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    Event View Warning (Event ID 219)

    This hasn't caused any real issues just bothers me that it shows up in event viewer.

    Event ID 219 is:
    "The driver \Driver\WUDFRd failed to load for the device ACPI\PNP0A0A\2&daba3ff&2"

    Now it appears their are two different issues with event id 219.
    #1)
    The first (which I resolved sometime ago) is that in "CP > Device Manager" you get a yellow warning for a missing driver.
    If the "AMDA00 Interface" exists and "no" yellow warning and message stating: "driver is functioning", I'm assuming the driver is working.
    #2)
    The OS doesn't like something. My guess is it is looking for something and can't find it. What that something is ????
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    Computer is:
    MODO: Asus H97 Plus
    CPU: Intel 4690k

    Have run Intel diagnostics and everything comes up OK from their end.

    Look at ACPI Microsoft Driver info at:
    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/win...el/acpi-driver

    BUT can't correlate any info the event viewer provides to that link.

    Here's the REG entry:


    All suggestions appreciated, but looking for hard evidence as to cause and possible fix, if exists.
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    Re: Event View Warning (Event ID 219)

    Tried this?
    https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/...7-f217a68d3886
    From what I read it might be a usb issue. Something happend when you pluged a usb device, but haven't encountered this over.
    Slow as hell.

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    Re: Event View Warning (Event ID 219)

    sapator thanks for responding.

    I believe I read that post or one similar.
    I agree it appears the issue may be a device that was plugged in USB and no longer on-line. If so, the questions become:
    1) Is there anyway to identify what that device was?
    2) If I clear the USB drivers and install will that clear the driver for that device, or
    just the Intel / ASUS ones?
    3) Clearing drivers and re-installing seems a long way around the block if
    something is Not getting cleared. Is there any registry setting that will resolve this?

    Don't know if you have the answers but would be great if you did.

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    Re: Event View Warning (Event ID 219)

    1)Not sure.
    2)It will clear whatever you clear.I would try to uninstall any usb device from device manager first. Is there any yellow warning perhaps over there?
    3)Maybe but you must know where to search. I do not know of a registry setting that will clear the drivers by default and personally I wouldn't touch the registry if I wasn't 100% sure on what I am doing.

    Anyhow for starters look at the device manager, if there is any warning let us know. Try to uninstall any usb devices over there (Method 3: on the link I posted)
    Slow as hell.

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    Re: Event View Warning (Event ID 219)

    Is there any yellow warning perhaps over there?
    No, just shows in event viewer.

    Try to uninstall any usb devices over there (Method 3: on the link I posted)
    Will have to wait to tonight. But will get back with results.

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    Re: Event View Warning (Event ID 219)

    There is another thought that solve another issue of mine a while ago.
    I got an event with something similar. Turns out I just needed to create a blank html file in the "complaining" directory. So I thought if you know the path (\Driver\WUDFRd), check if the path exists(if not , create it) and if it exists, try to put relevant dll or sys or anything driver related in there.
    It's worth the try but it does not mean it will work.
    Slow as hell.

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    Re: Event View Warning (Event ID 219)

    USBDeview might be useful if is indeed a USB device issue:

    https://www.nirsoft.net/utils/usb_devices_view.html

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    Re: Event View Warning (Event ID 219)

    sapator:
    Will check but the fact the driver is "properly working" indicates to me the driver is OK at path can be found.

    jdc2000
    Thanks: Overlooked or forgot about this one at Nirsoft.
    Never used it so will try and figure it out.

    FWIW:
    The image with devicedesc listed in post #1 shows "oem12.inf".
    Can read it (similar to reg file) so also hoping it may give me some clues.

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    Re: Event View Warning (Event ID 219)

    Quote Originally Posted by vb6forever View Post
    sapator:
    Will check but the fact the driver is "properly working" indicates to me the driver is OK at path can be found.
    No that is not the case. My problem had a similar working software but an event warning was thrown as a file was missing.It was not that important to make the software non working(probably took a default value if that file was not there) but nevertheless I had a warning.
    Slow as hell.

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    Re: Event View Warning (Event ID 219)

    jdc2000:
    Went over USB with Nirsoft. No linkages to OEM12.inf.
    Thanks for suggestion.

    Further examination of registry shows tied to sysclass.dll and setupapi.dll.

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    Re: Event View Warning (Event ID 219)

    Have you copied OEM12.inf to \Driver\WUDFRd ?
    Slow as hell.

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    Re: Event View Warning (Event ID 219)

    sapator:

    No.
    Windows just stores "most if Not all ???" drivers is \System32\Drivers with no subdirectories.

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    Re: Event View Warning (Event ID 219)

    Then you have a syntactic mistake on the firs post?
    \Driver\WUDFRd , you mean \Drivers\WUDFRd ?

    The drivers might be there (i have WUDFRd in drivers directory also) but not all files are copied over to drivers directory. So if "driver" is "drivers" that I thought at first that there is a custom directory then
    you might find inf files to C:\Windows\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository . is OEM12.inf present over there? In general, try to search if the inf file is somewhere.
    Again this might NOT be your problem but I had encountered something similar . Also check that all the driver package files are where they supposed to be.
    Also Try re -installing any driver if you know what the driver is.
    Slow as hell.

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    Re: Event View Warning (Event ID 219)

    sapator:

    Will try and put something together this weekend that shows how, what, and where I'm doing to try and track this.

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    Have omitted images, but if needed will post.
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    Re: Event View Warning (Event ID 219)

    Used ProcMon and got basically the same thing as notepad file above.

    Read This Link re Drivers: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/win...istry-routines

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