Need help resolving Events in System Log: Event IDs 7036, 7035, 98, 128 -- many entries of repeated event in log

I have a series of Events that are showing up in my System Log that I'm not sure how to resolve.  These events are repeating over and over again:

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Source: Removable Storage Serv
Event ID: 128
Type: Warning
The device number of a(n) changer cannot be determined.  This device failed to configure. This event may be logged several times for the same device.
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Source: Service Control Manager
Event ID: 7036
Type: Information
The Removable Storage service entered the running state.
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Source: Service Control Manager
Event ID: 7035
Type: Information
The Removable Storage service was successfully sent a stop control.
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Source: Removable Storage Serv
Event ID: 98
Type: Information
RSM was stopped.
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Source: Service Control Manager
Event ID: 7036
Type: Information
The Removable Storage service entered the stopped state.
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Source: Service Control Manager
Event ID: 7035
Type: Information
The NAVEX15 service was successfully sent a start control.
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Source: Service Control Manager
Event ID: 7035
Type: Information
The NAVENG service was successfully sent a start control.
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Source: Service Control Manager
Event ID: 7035
Type: Information
The Logical Disk Manager Administrative Service service was successfully sent a start control.
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Source: Service Control Manager
Event ID: 7036
Type: Information
The Logical Disk Manager Administrative Service service entered the running state.
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Source: Service Control Manager
Event ID: 7036
Type: Information
The Logical Disk Manager Administrative Service service entered the stopped state.
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I have no idea what is cause all this events to occur.  No new hardware/software has been installed recently (other than the usual Windows updates).  If anyone has any ideas on what might be the cause & what I can do to track this down, I'd be very grateful.
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sah18Asked:
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gg234Commented:
Greetings sah18,

The below links provide the each event id you have menctioned above with the possible solutions and some may be directions to solve the problem

Event id 128

check if you have -- Device: CdRom drive - This warning comes when you plug out an USB CD/DVD burner.

Event id 7036

http://www.eventid.net/display.asp?eventid=7036&eventno=1529&source=Service%20Control%20Manager&phase=1

Event id 7035

Logical Disk Manager Administrative Service
This service is used to manage logical disks. It is recommended that you should set it to start manually. The service will start itself when needed by the operating system. The service can be set to manual startup by using the Services MMC Snap-in found under the Administrative Tools. By selecting a service and viewing its properties, an administrator can set the Startup type to Manual.

http://www.eventid.net/display.asp?eventid=7035&eventno=1530&source=Service%20Control%20Manager&phase=1

event id 98

http://www.eventid.net/display.asp?eventid=98&eventno=259&source=Removable%20Storage%20Service&phase=1


Hope this helps


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sah18Author Commented:
Also, here's another one:

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Source: Removable Storage Serv
Event ID: 128
Type: Warning
The device number of a(n) changer cannot be determined.  This device failed to configure. This event may be logged several times for the same device.
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tcgteamCommented:
I don't see how pointing to another pay-for-the-answer site is really helping out anyone.

Eventid.net is a great resource, but it's most useful in this situation if you can follow the links and see the MS KB solutions - which you can't unless you pay.  

Just saying!  :-)
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