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Event ID: 140

The system failed to flush data to the transaction log. Corruption may occur in VolumeId: \\?\Volume{1f83538c-f82a-11e2-9428-000c291415a5}, DeviceName: \Device\HarddiskVolume129.
({Device Offline}
The printer has been taken offline.)
This may indicate that a device has been taken offline or powered off ungracefully, without having a chance to flush the data in its cache. ME938940 (about a different event but with a similar description) recommends that each device be ejected using the Safely Remove Hardware as this will cause the device to save all the data in its cache.

See also the comments for event id 57 from Ftdisk.
If this is recorded when using VMware Tools in ESXi/ESX 4.1, see EV100450 (VMware KB: 2006849). According to VMware, this is an issue that is currently (August 5, 2014) reviewed by Microsoft.

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