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DMI full event log

Posted on 2004-10-18
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Hello,

When I put on my computer there is a message that says DMI full event log and I have to press one key to continue.
How can I solve this matter?
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Check this for some ideas:
http://support.us.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/dkub/syssetup.htm#dmi_event_logging_submenu

It sounds like this is the type of DMI logging that is going on.  I do not know if your mother board has the same features, but what it is telling you as that the log that checks your DMI inforation when it stores info in the logs, and the space is used up, you will get that message, the only way to get rid of that is to clear the DMI log.  Go into the bios which may be similar to yours, as shown in my link and CLEAR the log....OR View the log first actually and then clear it if you no longer need that information.  Most of the time the reason why something goes in that log is because it has found an error of some sort.

Let me know if you need any further information.
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