Question Windows\System32\Logfiles\Srt\SrtTrail.txt Error after doing restore to earlier date

Tommy Sawyer

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I had an issue with my fans constantly running ::: https://forums.tomshardware.com/thr...ntel-graphics-settings.3765575/#post-22715408
I did a sytem restore earlier date to fix the issue,,, and now I get the Windows\System32\Logfiles\Srt\SrtTrail.txt Error on blue screen :eek:
I'm not sure if I can fix it with chkdsk /r c: but I'm trying that... then i will do
1. sfc /scannow 2. DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth

I'm thinking I will have to do a reinstall from my macrium backup.
 
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Tommy Sawyer

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I had an issue with my fans constantly running ::: https://forums.tomshardware.com/thr...ntel-graphics-settings.3765575/#post-22715408
I did a sytem restore earlier date to fix the issue,,, and now I get the Windows\System32\Logfiles\Srt\SrtTrail.txt Error on blue screen :eek:
I'm not sure if I can fix it with chkdsk /r c: but I'm trying that... then i will do
1. sfc /scannow 2. DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth

I'm thinking I will have to do a reinstall from my macrium backup.
Also, Just wondering if I can do another restore from another date in the sytem, and try again?
 

Tommy Sawyer

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If you have a viable Macrium backup, why bother with System Restore?
true. that's what I asked myself after I did the restore.
I restored to a later date now, and it works again.
fan issue is still there, where it's constantly running, but can't find any real things tasking the system, (using task manager and task scheduler and Process Explorer)
now i wonder if my fan always ran like this, but I don't remember hearing it like this (loud).
thanks
 

Tommy Sawyer

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Make sure you set the fan curve properly in your bios

I have old computer. I just went into the BIOS and can't really control the fan. It's running Thermal and fan speed is 2900 rpm. That's high yeah?
Temps: CPU 45 c and GPU 39 c.

Motherboard: Hewlett-Packard 2B16
Intel® Core™ i7-4790S CPU @ 3.20GHz
16 GB RAM DDR3
NVIDIA GeForce GT 745A
Intel® HD Graphics 4600
SSD WDC WDBNCE0010PNC


Edition Microsoft Windows 10 Home (64-bit)
Version (Build) 21H2 (10.0.19044)
 

Tommy Sawyer

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I have old computer. I just went into the BIOS and can't really control the fan. It's running Thermal and fan speed is 2900 rpm. That's high yeah?
Temps: CPU 45 c and GPU 39 c.

Motherboard: Hewlett-Packard 2B16
Intel® Core™ i7-4790S CPU @ 3.20GHz
16 GB RAM DDR3
NVIDIA GeForce GT 745A
Intel® HD Graphics 4600
SSD WDC WDBNCE0010PNC


Edition Microsoft Windows 10 Home (64-bit)
Version (Build) 21H2 (10.0.19044)
If you have a viable Macrium backup, why bother with System Restore?

I restored to a later date now, and it works again. I changed power plan to Balanced and it's back to slower fan speed.
thanks.
 

Tommy Sawyer

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You beat me to it I was going to suggest that setting it balance power plan 😀

Yeah, I forgot what I changed a couple of weeks ago. I was going for more performance with the Intel Graphics Control Panel settings (performance) and the power settings... performance. Didn't realize it would boost the fan so much.