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Log Files

Is there a way to create a Log File on Win98.  I'm having a problem with a system that seems to want to reboot itself while I'm in the middle of some important work. Any help is great appreciated.
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tha_incredible_boCommented:
there is a kind of diag program on windows 98. it's called msconfig.exe


this program allows you to start your system in an virtual and saved environment. you can switch nearly all settings for windows, autoexec and config.

try this and start your windows again.
so you can make a stepwise refinement where the critical error occurs.

hope that helps
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Bo
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reghakrCommented:
Well, Win98 comes with Dr. Watson, just type drwatson in the run box.
There's also System Information (msinfo32), type it in the box.
There's the DirectX Diagnostic Tool (dxdiag), type it in the run box.

All three of these will create a report to a file

You can try qfecheck in the run box to see what updates you have or don't have

Go to Windows Update, see if you need any critical updates.

reghakr

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emery800Commented:
For the frequent reboot issue, if you have more then one version of AOL on your machine remove the previous versions under add/remove programs. This has created frequent reboots. Your in good hands on your real question. :>) Dave
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GaurdianCommented:
I personally hate when that happens, and I've had it happen to me. My problem ended up being a memory hogging virus, it would replicate itself in memory until my system no choice but to shutdown/reboot. I wouldn't suggest this is your problem but it can never hurt to check it out. I'm in no way promoting anyone or anything here but my personal choice in AV protection is NAV from Norton, others believe in other AV programs but I've had my best results with Norton AV. Hope you find the right answer. Again i am not promoting anybody it is just my opion and choice of AV program

Good Luck
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