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Failure Audit error message event viewer security log file on windows xp OS

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When ever i login to my account on  it showing  "security log file full" after that i am login into administrator account and view event viewer security log file it shows the error message "Failure audit". Please find the snap shot of it. Please provide me solution on it.  
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Failure Audit means somebody or some services has tried to do something that was not allowed. More information here: http://www.eventid.net/display.asp?eventid=577&eventno=2772&source=Security&phase=1

If the events are expected behavior, you can prevent the Security log file full" -error by increasing the size of the security log (preferred fix) or by allowing the security log to overwrite events as needed. See the attached snapshots for the settings.

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