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Event ID: 37
Event Source: Microsoft-Windows-Kernel-Processor-Power
Event Type: -
Event Description: -
Comment: I have seen this caused by overheating of the cpu (e.g. when the cpu is being used intensively), and also when a laptop was powered with insufficiently strong power supply. e.g. some Dell business laptops can need high wattage power supplies but will work on a lower wattage power adaptor. In a corporate environment one might borrow someone else's power supply - especially if it is lighter and more compact. The BIOS is likely to warn the user when booting but I think the user can tell the BIOS not to show the warning again. Index: 10756

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