Event ID 300 Windows Diagnostics Performance

Event ID 300 Windows Diagnostics Performance



Applies To

Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows 7

Details

Product

Windows Operating System

ID

300

Source

Windows-Diagnostics-Performance

Version

6.1

Message

Windows has resumed from standby.

 

Cause

Standby mode is primarily intended to reduce power consumption on computers
which support the ACPI standard for power management. Because of the large
power savings, most laptops automatically enter this mode when the computer
is running on batteries and the lid is closed. 
 

User action

This event is by design. For related information, see the following resources below.
 

Additional Resources

Troubleshoot problems waking computer from sleep mode

Windows 7 Power Plans: Frequently Asked Questions

Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI)

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  • If it's by design...why do you list it as Error!?

  • If it's by design...why do you list it as Error!?

  • Log Name:      Windows PowerShell

    Source:        PowerShell

    Date:          11/20/2013 9:11:07 PM

    Event ID:      300

    Task Category: Provider Health

    Level:         Warning

    Keywords:      Classic

    User:          N/A

    Computer:      YOUR-22CA86D5C4

    Description:

    Provider Health: Could not find the drive 'D:\'. The drive might not be ready or might not be mapped..

    Details:

    ProviderName=Microsoft.PowerShell.Core\FileSystem

    ExceptionClass=DriveNotFoundException

    ErrorCategory=

    ErrorId=

    ErrorMessage=Could not find the drive 'D:\'. The drive might not be ready or might not be mapped.

    Severity=Warning

    SequenceNumber=11

    HostName=ConsoleHost

    HostVersion=2.0

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    EngineVersion=2.0

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    PipelineId=6

    CommandName=

    CommandType=

    ScriptName=

    CommandPath=

    CommandLine=

    Event Xml:

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     <System>

       <Provider Name="PowerShell" />

       <EventID Qualifiers="0">300</EventID>

       <Level>3</Level>

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       <EventRecordID>539</EventRecordID>

       <Channel>Windows PowerShell</Channel>

       <Computer>YOUR-22CA86D5C4</Computer>

       <Security />

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     <EventData>

       <Data>Could not find the drive 'D:\'. The drive might not be ready or might not be mapped.</Data>

       <Data> ProviderName=Microsoft.PowerShell.Core\FileSystem

    ExceptionClass=DriveNotFoundException

    ErrorCategory=

    ErrorId=

    ErrorMessage=Could not find the drive 'D:\'. The drive might not be ready or might not be mapped.

    Severity=Warning

    SequenceNumber=11

    HostName=ConsoleHost

    HostVersion=2.0

    HostId=f843badc-55aa-4ee0-b0f2-f42f44e5dd18

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    PipelineId=6

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    CommandLine=</Data>

     </EventData>

    </Event>

  • Log Name:      Windows PowerShell

    Source:        PowerShell

    Date:          11/20/2013 9:11:07 PM

    Event ID:      300

    Task Category: Provider Health

    Level:         Warning

    Keywords:      Classic

    User:          N/A

    Computer:      YOUR-22CA86D5C4

    Description:

    Provider Health: Could not find the drive 'D:\'. The drive might not be ready or might not be mapped..

    Details:

    ProviderName=Microsoft.PowerShell.Core\FileSystem

    ExceptionClass=DriveNotFoundException

    ErrorCategory=

    ErrorId=

    ErrorMessage=Could not find the drive 'D:\'. The drive might not be ready or might not be mapped.

    Severity=Warning

    SequenceNumber=11

    HostName=ConsoleHost

    HostVersion=2.0

    HostId=f843badc-55aa-4ee0-b0f2-f42f44e5dd18

    EngineVersion=2.0

    RunspaceId=83951ebd-26ff-4131-8789-c79e3ce4bdb9

    PipelineId=6

    CommandName=

    CommandType=

    ScriptName=

    CommandPath=

    CommandLine=

    Event Xml:

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     <System>

       <Provider Name="PowerShell" />

       <EventID Qualifiers="0">300</EventID>

       <Level>3</Level>

       <Task>3</Task>

       <Keywords>0x80000000000000</Keywords>

       <TimeCreated SystemTime="2013-11-21T05:11:07.000000000Z" />

       <EventRecordID>539</EventRecordID>

       <Channel>Windows PowerShell</Channel>

       <Computer>YOUR-22CA86D5C4</Computer>

       <Security />

     </System>

     <EventData><