Help Request: Bootlog.TXT Fixing Errors.

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  1. rvijay07

    rvijay07 Registered Member

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    Hi:

    I found a program yesterday that performs an analysis of Bootlog.txt and displays the results. From the results, it is evident that several devices are not loading in my PC during Bootup and this is causing delay. if anyone can help me either here or suggest any special help forum for this, I would very much appreciate it. Thanks in advance.

    Vijay o_O o_O o_O
     
  2. Phant0m

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    rvijay07

    You using Microsoft Windows 9x/ME correct.....?



    ....or NT/2K/XP?
     
  3. rvijay07

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    I am using Windows 98. Please help. Here is the Analysis of Bootlog.txt as provided by the software:

    7:42:58 0.33 (Logo disabled) (time estimated)
    7:42:58 0.89 LoadSuccess = C:\WINDOWS\IFSHLP.SYS
    7:42:59 19.39 C:\PROGRA~1\GRISOFT\AVG6\BOOTUP.EXE[0007A11B] starting
    7:43:19 12.22 c:\windows\cwcdata\CWCDOS.EXE[0007A279] starting
    7:43:31 0.06 LoadFailed = ndis2sup.vxd
    7:43:34 0.28 Loading Vxd = C:\PROGRA~1\GRISOFT\AVG6\AvgCore.vxd
    7:43:45 0.06 DEVICEINITFAILED = MTRR
    7:43:45 0.61 DEVICEINITSUCCESS = VTD
    7:43:46 0.33 DEVICEINIT = CONFIGMG
    7:43:48 0.28 Dynamic load success isapnp.vxd
    7:43:51 0.33 Dynamic load device C:\WINDOWS\system\IOSUBSYS\cdfs.vxd
    7:43:56 0.17 Dynamic load failed C:\WINDOWS\system\MRCI.VXD : [0007A523] File not found
    7:43:59 0.33 DEVICEINITSUCCESS = VMOUSE
    7:44:01 0.39 DEVICEINIT = NDIS
    7:44:07 0.28 Initing hsflop.pdr
    7:44:07 1.78 Initing esdi_506.pdr
    7:44:09 0.39 Initing esdi_506.pdr
    7:44:10 1.50 Initing drvwq117.vxd
    7:44:11 0.67 Init Success drvwq117.vxd
    7:44:13 0.28 INITCOMPLETE = IOS
    7:44:14 0.00 INITCOMPLETEFAILED = SIS597M
    7:44:14 0.00 INITCOMPLETEFAILED = SDVXD
    7:44:15 0.39 Dynamic load success C:\WINDOWS\system\serial.vxd
    7:44:15 1.22 INITCOMPLETE = AVGCORE
    7:44:18 0.00 Dynamic load failed cwhalmgr.vxd : [0007A6AD] File not found
    7:44:18 0.06 Dynamic load failed A3D.vxd : [0007A6AD] File not found
    7:44:20 0.33 Dynamic load success cwcenum.vxd
    7:44:20 0.50 Dynamic load success cwcsbpro.vxd
    7:44:22 0.00 LoadFail = typeo___.ttf Failure code is 0002 (time estimated)
    7:44:22 0.00 LoadFail = Thickhea.ttf Failure code is 0002 (time estimated)
    7:44:22 0.00 LoadFail = Computerfont.ttf Failure code is 0002 (time estimated)
    7:44:22 0.00 LoadFail = Alfredo.ttf Failure code is 0002 (time estimated)
    7:44:22 0.00 LoadFail = Signatur.ttf Failure code is 0002 (time estimated)
     
  4. Phant0m

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    Hey rvijay07

    Yea I figured you was on Win9x/ME, since you mentioned Bootlog.txt.

    A lot of those Dynamic load failures because of missing .vxd files should be easily cleaned using System Mechanics http://www.iolo.com/ :D
     
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    Using "Clean system Registry" Feature, try that and draw up another bootlog and paste and we’ll continue further…
     
  6. rvijay07

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    Is there any equivalent freeware that would help in this regard ? Thanks.

    Vijay o_O
     
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    Yea; just nothing that rings the bell right off hand…
    Doesn’t System Mechanic offer cleaning in the 30-Day Trail-ware? o_O
     
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    I have used other registry cleaners, temp/unwanted file cleaners like jv16 etc., all detected errors were corrected. So, if system mechanic does the same thing, then I wonder if it can help. Looks like this problem may have to be solved manually.

    Vijay
     
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    LOL; i'm telling you System Mechanic will cover this....!
     
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    "Virtual Device Drivers: Find invalid references to .vxd and .386 startup files" :D
     
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    Wow ! That is amazing. Is it from system mechanic ?

    Vijay
     
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    Yes....
     
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    Hi Phant0m ;)

    Nice sig, it just confirm I am untraceable, I am not the Spanish Television and not running IE6 ;)

    did you mention elsewhere for the newbies their IP is for their eyes only or they will be scared to death :D

    Best regards,
     
  15. Phant0m

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    LOL!

    Claire reported me to yea! LOL
     
  16. rvijay07

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    Problem Solved. Thanks for the suggestion Phantom.

    Here is an article I found in this regard:

    Click Here

    After reading the article, I went to win.ini in msconfig. There I had still choosen several devices like old printers etc., that were no longer in use. Windows was checking for all these at startup and probably causing a lot of delay. I unselected them all. Then I tried to boot several times. Here are the results: To start windows and get to the password screen it takes 90 seconds from when I turn the PC on. This is not bad at all !!!

    Now, I have 4 other programs setup to load at startup. To load these, it takes another 60 seconds. So, it takes 2.5 minutes in all to bootup !! (I can't complain about the extra 1 minute due to startup porgrams. If I had more programs, it will probably take a lot longer.

    Anyways, this is a far cry from the 8 or minutes total time before. :) :) :)

    Vijay
     
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    Hey Phantom,

    LMAO.
    I just noticed that in your signature too. ;)

    I figured it was specific to each poster.
     
  19. rvijay07

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    Is it wrong for others to know our ISP ? How can this be avoided ? (I use a Proxy sometimes, but it doesn't seem to work always)

    Vijay
     
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