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I'm no computer guru but can anyone tell me in layman terms what's all of the errors and warnings about?

MS identifies some of these but explanations mean nothing to me.

 

I have a Netgear Modem/Router Mo 7550 issued by AT&T and in light of Netgear's security issues with their routers

I'm kinda of gun-shy when I see reports like this.

 

Thanks,

Royg

 

 

 

 

 

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Hello@Roymg,

Welcome to the HP Support Forums!  It is a great place to find the help you need, from other users, HP experts, and other support personnel.

 

Need assistance in understanding the errors. Did I get it, right?

 

The screenshot you shared is an Event viewer which is like a register for the PC to maintain any errors that occur during the operation of the PC.

It is a reference point for any solution to any issues. No need to worry about.

 

Hope this answers the question. Please let me know more.

 

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You included a snapshot from the Windows "Event Viewer".

 

If you double-click on any of the entries, you will get the details for that specific event.

 

Which of those events is worrying you?

 

It's unusual for the 'DHCP-client' to report an error, unless you have failed to connect to some WiFi access-point.

 

More details, please, about each specific event.

 

> I have a Netgear Modem/Router Mo 7550 issued by AT&T and in light of Netgear's security issues with their routers,

I'm kinda of gun-shy when I see reports like this.

 

None of these "events" were caused by the NetGear -- all of the events arose while running Windows.

The only exception: if you were trying to make a wireless connection from your computer to the WiFi inside the NetGear, and it failed to connect.

 

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@mdklassen wrote:

You included a snapshot from the Windows "Event Viewer".

 

If you double-click on any of the entries, you will get the details for that specific event.

 

Which of those events is worrying you?

 

It's unusual for the 'DHCP-client' to report an error, unless you have failed to connect to some WiFi access-point.

 

More details, please, about each specific event.

 

> I have a Netgear Modem/Router Mo 7550 issued by AT&T and in light of Netgear's security issues with their routers,

I'm kinda of gun-shy when I see reports like this.

 

None of these "events" were caused by the NetGear -- all of the events arose while running Windows.

The only exception: if you were trying to make a wireless connection from your computer to the WiFi inside the NetGear, and it failed to connect.

 

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Thanks guys for the answers.....much apreciated.

 


 

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