Translating windows error messages from the event viewer. What does that hex mean?

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Dell PowerEdge
Event log errors
Event logs
Event Viewer
Microsoft Windows
Microsoft Windows Server 2003
Windows Server 2003 error messages
Windows Server 2003 Event Log
Is there a way to translate the characters in the hex of Windows errors in the event viewer into meaningful text? What does this represent?

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Windows Server 2003, Dell Power Edge 2105

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  • carlosdl
    Well, this is what the contextual help says: "Displays binary data generated by the event. An experienced programmer or a support technician familiar with the source application can interpret this information" So, I guess that binary data could only be meaningful to the originating application support people or the app developers.
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