FIX: Event ID 351 Windows Diagnostic Performance

Over the past few days, some readers have come across the event ID 351 Windows Diagnostic Performance error message. This issue can occur due to several factors. Let’s discuss some of them below.

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    Have you ever seen your computer boot up? slow Or it wakes up slowly from sleep. Maybe look at performance when hibernation or glitches sometimes turn off? In this article, I’ll show you how you can use the Event Log Explorer to resolve performance issues related to these startup/shutdown/hibernation/resume processes.

    Starting with Windows Vista, Microsoft maintains a number of event logs for other system purposes. In the summary viewer, these event logs are located in a special branch: Service and Application Logs. Windows logs performance diagnostic events in the log at microsoft-windows-diagnostics-performance/operational-event. To expand this log in the Windows Event Viewer, logs open open applications and services, then open Microsoft, then open Windows, then select “Diagnostic Performance” and click “Run”. Explorer in the event log, can someone make it easy for you: open your trusted computer in the tree, then the honest Microsoft-Windows folder, then click Microsoft-Windows-Diagnostics-Performance/Operational .can

    Now you see lists with various diagnostic events. As you can see, events can have different classes with the same activity ID – Warning, Error and Critical. Achievements such as event types depend on the length of the start/stop progress. One more conclusion. These events provide many important internal options, but no one can see them in the meeting description (they are also not reflected in the Windows Event Viewer). The only way to view these options is to allow them to double click event – view property events and toggle the XML tab.

    Unfortunately, I couldn’t find a huge amount of detailed documentation about all the events, so I did a little research. First I understood the importance of Microsoft Windows diagnostic performance related events:

    Event ID Event Description Monitoring startup performance 100 Windows is running 101 Launching this application took much longer than usual, resulting in a decrease inMonitor the performance of your current startup process 102 This driver took longer to initialize, resulting in poor system boot results 103 This startup service has been running longer than expected, resulting in poor system startup performance 104 Center system took longer to initialize, impacting performance during system boot 105 Foreground optimization (prefetching) took longer resulting in performance degradation affecting loading process 106 Background optimization (prefetching) took longer and resulted in performance degradation in the actual loading process 107 Applying the tool policy slowed down the loading process 108 The user policy associated with the application slowed down the startup process 109 This device took longer to initialize, resulting in a slower performance Performance during the actual loading process 110 Session manager initialization was slowing down each of our startup processes Monitor the performance of the completion that is running 200 windows has been closed 201 This application delayed system shutdown 202 This device has delayed system shutdown 203 This service caused a system shutdown delay Idle performance monitor 300 Windows has resumed from hibernation 301 This package caused a sleep delay 302 This user caused a sleep delay instead of servicing the device 303 This service caused significant latency during hybrid sleep 304 Hiber main file generation was slower than expected 305 Persistent disk cache was slower than expected 306 Preparing the video subsystem to sleep was slower than expectedmoose 307 Winlogon’s sleep readiness was less than expected 308 Preparing system memory for sex was slower than expected 309 Preparing the main hibernation solution was slower than expected 310 Preparing system worker threads for sleep is always slower than expected 350 BIOS initialization time may exceed 250ms (logo prompt) during system recovery 351 Suddenly, this driver was slower in responding to a work, resume request even though this device was repaired 352 Reading hiber file is slower than expected Monitoring system performance 400 System performance monitoring event information 401 This process consumes CPU points and impacts Windows performance 402 This process causes excessive disk activity and affects overall Windows performance 403 This driver iswastes a lot of resources and slows down Windows performance 404 This driver is definitely waiting longer than expected for an important event 405 This device file is fragmented and should affect Windows performance 406 Disk I/O for this file is taking longer than expected 407 This process is using a lot of memory 408 Many processes tend to use too much memory Monitoring desktop window manager 500 Desktop Window Manager has severe resource conflicts 501 Desktop window manager has serious power supply conflicts

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  • When considering start/stop/suspend/resume performance, many of us need to look at the 1xx, 2xx, and therefore 3xx events. We can go to 100, and 200 150 events which are the main events followed by 1xx, 2xx and 3xx which provide additional informationabout the problem.

    $100 event:Windows started:Start time: 34857 msDegradation: 0 0Event time 18:11/2015 (utc) 23:58:10
    Event 102:This caused the driver to take longer to initialize resulting in slower performance. Each process at startup:Filename: mssmbiosDisplay Name: BIOS System Management DriverVersion: 6.1.7600.16385 (win7_rtm.090713-1255)Total time: 1027msDisassembly time: ms(UTC) 1026 event time: 23:58:10 18/11/2015
    event id 351 windows diagnostics performance

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    Id Zdarzenia 351 Wydajnosc Diagnostyki Systemu Windows
    Ereignis Id 351 Windows Diagnoseleistung
    Id De Evento 351 Rendimiento De Diagnostico De Windows
    Identifikator Sobytiya 351 Proizvoditelnost Diagnostiki Windows
    Id D Evenement 351 Performances De Diagnostic Windows
    Gebeurtenis Id 351 Windows Diagnoseprestaties
    Handelse Id 351 Windows Diagnostikprestanda
    Id Evento 351 Prestazioni Di Diagnostica Di Windows
    이벤트 Id 351 Windows 진단 성능
    Id De Evento 351 Desempenho De Diagnostico Do Windows