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Anyone has an account/access to Event Id? MS doesn't have the EventId/patch

Posted on 2008-06-13
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Hi,

Just trying my luck to see if anyone has a subscription/account
to eventid.net

We found something there but can't see the patch, if anyone can
help.  It's for our Windows server crash
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I think the idea is that you purchase a subscription !!

Its a bit like giving your EE account details to someone so that they can lookup the answer to a problem they have without paying - that just not playing the game is it !!
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