Actually, before doing the first thing (below), I'd suggest backing up your data in case this is a sign of an impending hardware failure.
Then the first thing to do is to double check for viruses and malware. Try these free online scans:http://safety.live.comhttp://housecall.trendmicro.com
After being assured that you're clean - then it's time to start looking at the errors. I'd be particularly concerned about the one's that reference:
disk 7 error
Right click on them and select "Properties" then let us know what the text says about the errors. In particular, the info that we're looking for is described in this link: http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/40108/how-to-use-event-viewer/
The W32Time errors are usually "normal" - they generally refer to the system being unable to update the time (usually because the time server is down). You should be able to find an Information message after the error that says it successfully got the time.
The mrtRate driver issue is a bit more complex. Most references show it being related to Quicken, but I get it on my system and have never had Quicken (or any other Intuit software) installed on it. Others refer to it as a Rate Sensing Driver by Marimba. It doesn't seem to affect things much - so I'd watch it for now. If you've got Quicken, you can try uninstalling it - then reinstalling the latest version with all the updates.
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