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Anonymous
April 2, 2005 6:47:03 PM

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Ron

The thread from E. Barry Bruyea dated March 30/05 regarding "Boot
question" where you asked "Get the free Bootlog Analyzer utility from
http://dspace.dial.pipex.com/town/terrace/pk29/" stood up in the air.
Too bad, I was hoping to get at last a hint how to fix this long lasting
frustation: my computor takes an inordinate long time in booting up; tried
all the clean-up tool ever mentioned in this group; the proper maintenance,
etc., but to no avail. Once the 'puter has booted, all is fine and runs like
a charm. Maybe my machine is just not fast enough (celeron ~700 and 64
MBRAM).

Anyway, I ran the utility, but afraid its beyond my level of
interpretation...can you sugggest somewhere I can send the results for
analysis?? Tks in advance. Regards.






--
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Anonymous
April 3, 2005 4:58:30 AM

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Paul,

If you use BLA check the box to just show delays and perhaps also
failures. This should reduce the list considerably after which either cut
and paste to a posting in the newsgroup or alternatively list the items
concerned.
--
Mike Maltby MS-MVP
mike.maltby@gmail.com


PAT (Paul) <PATPaul@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:

> Ron
>
> The thread from E. Barry Bruyea dated March 30/05 regarding "Boot
> question" where you asked "Get the free Bootlog Analyzer utility from
> http://dspace.dial.pipex.com/town/terrace/pk29/" stood up in the air.
> Too bad, I was hoping to get at last a hint how to fix this long
> lasting frustation: my computor takes an inordinate long time in
> booting up; tried all the clean-up tool ever mentioned in this group;
> the proper maintenance, etc., but to no avail. Once the 'puter has
> booted, all is fine and runs like a charm. Maybe my machine is just
> not fast enough (celeron ~700 and 64 MBRAM).
>
> Anyway, I ran the utility, but afraid its beyond my level of
> interpretation...can you sugggest somewhere I can send the results for
> analysis?? Tks in advance. Regards.
April 3, 2005 4:58:31 AM

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Mike,
Any chance you could look at my post regarding SlooowBoot
BootLogAnalyzer which contains some BLA snips?

Sorry to but in but I haven't heard back from anyone.

Let me know what you'd like to see from the BLA file.

Thanks for your help!
>-----Original Message-----
>Paul,
>
>If you use BLA check the box to just show delays and
perhaps also
>failures. This should reduce the list considerably after
which either cut
>and paste to a posting in the newsgroup or alternatively
list the items
>concerned.
>--
>Mike Maltby MS-MVP
>mike.maltby@gmail.com
>
>
>PAT (Paul) <PATPaul@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
>
>> Ron
>>
>> The thread from E. Barry Bruyea dated March 30/05
regarding "Boot
>> question" where you asked "Get the free Bootlog
Analyzer utility from
>> http://dspace.dial.pipex.com/town/terrace/pk29/" stood
up in the air.
>> Too bad, I was hoping to get at last a hint how to fix
this long
>> lasting frustation: my computor takes an inordinate
long time in
>> booting up; tried all the clean-up tool ever mentioned
in this group;
>> the proper maintenance, etc., but to no avail. Once
the 'puter has
>> booted, all is fine and runs like a charm. Maybe my
machine is just
>> not fast enough (celeron ~700 and 64 MBRAM).
>>
>> Anyway, I ran the utility, but afraid its beyond my
level of
>> interpretation...can you sugggest somewhere I can send
the results for
>> analysis?? Tks in advance. Regards.
>
>.
>
Anonymous
April 3, 2005 4:58:31 AM

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Ron
Reading of Boot log Analyzer for failures: Time: 02.22.50; Duration - -
Event: Dynamic load failed: [000C3D95] file not found.

Ron
The Bootlog Analyser is not very printing friendly, I hope what I'm
sending you is ok. Regards. Paul.

12:22:43 1.00 Loading Vxd = vserver.vxd
12:22:44 1.00 Dynamic init device SYMREDRV
12:22:45 1.00 Dynamic init device SYMIDSCO
12:22:46 1.00 Loading PNP drivers of Composite Power Source
(ACPI\COMPBATT\ROOT&*PNP0C08&0000)
12:22:47 1.00 Loading PNP drivers of SoundMAX Integrated Digital Audio
(PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_2415&SUBSYS_01DE1014&REV_02\BUS_00&DEV_1F&
12:22:48 1.00 Starting USB Root Hub
(USB\ROOT_HUB\PCI&VEN_8086&DEV_2412&SUBSYS_24128086&REV_02&BUS_00&DEV_1F&FUNC_02)
12:22:50 0.33 Enumerating USB Root Hub
(USB\ROOT_HUB\PCI&VEN_8086&DEV_2412&SUBSYS_24128086&REV_02&BUS_00&DEV_1F&FUNC_02)
12:22:50 0.50 Starting Generic USB Hub (USB\VID_05E3&PID_0604\INST_0)
12:22:50 0.33 Enumerating Generic USB Hub (USB\VID_05E3&PID_0604\INST_0)
12:22:51 5.33 Starting Alcatel Speed Touch ADSL Modem
(USB\VID_06B9&PID_4061\0090D047527D)
12:22:56 0.67 DEVICEINIT = IOS
12:22:57 1.06 Dynamic load device C:\WINDOWS\system\IOSUBSYS\drvwcdb.vxd
12:22:58 0.67 DEVICEINIT = VDD
12:23:00 1.39 Initing esdi_506.pdr
12:23:01 0.28 Initing esdi_506.pdr
12:23:02 1.44 Initing drvwq117.vxd
12:23:03 0.33 Init Success drvwq117.vxd
12:23:04 1.56 INITCOMPLETE = VXDMON
12:23:06 1.78 INITCOMPLETE = SAVRT
12:23:08 1.72 Dynamic load success
C:\PROGRA~1\COMMON~1\SYMANT~1\VIRUSD~1\20050401.025\NAVENG.VXD
12:23:10 0.33 Loading PNP drivers of SoundMAX Integrated Digital Audio
(PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_2415&SUBSYS_01DE1014&REV_02\BUS_00&DEV_1F&
12:23:10 10.33 InitDone = TSRQuery (time estimated)
12:23:21 0.33 Enumerating Standard Floppy Disk Controller
(ACPI\*PNP0700\0)
12:23:21 4.50 Enumerating TapeDetection
(TAPECONTROLLER\TAPEDETECTION\0000)
12:23:26 9.28 Enumerated TapeDetection (TAPECONTROLLER\TAPEDETECTION\0000)
12:23:35 5.61 Enumerated Microsoft Kernel System Audio Renderer
(SW\{A7C7A5B0-5AF3-11D1-9CED-00A024BF0407}\{9B365890-165F-11D0-A195
12:23:41 0.28 Loading PNP drivers of Microsoft Kernel Audio Mixer
(SW\{B7EAFDC0-A680-11D0-96D8-00AA0051E51D}\{9B365890-165F-11D0-A1
12:23:41 0.39 Starting Microsoft Kernel Audio Mixer
(SW\{B7EAFDC0-A680-11D0-96D8-00AA0051E51D}\{9B365890-165F-11D0-A195-0020AFD156E
12:23:42 21.33 Enumerated Microsoft Kernel Audio Mixer
(SW\{B7EAFDC0-A680-11D0-96D8-00AA0051E51D}\{9B365890-165F-11D0-A195-0020AFD15
12:24:03 0.78 Removing Client for Microsoft Networks (NETWORK\VREDIR\0002)
12:24:04 0.89 Removed Client for Microsoft Networks (NETWORK\VREDIR\0002)
12:24:05 2.67 Enumerated TCP/IP (NETWORK\MSTCP\0004)
12:24:08 0.56 Loading PNP drivers of Client for Microsoft Networks
(NETWORK\VREDIR\0002)
12:24:08 1.22 Started Client for Microsoft Networks (NETWORK\VREDIR\0002)
12:24:10 3.17 Started Client for Microsoft Networks (NETWORK\VREDIR\0002)
12:24:13 1.28 Loaded PNP drivers of Client for Microsoft Networks
(NETWORK\VREDIR\0002)
12:24:14 27.50 Enumerated Client for Microsoft Networks
(NETWORK\VREDIR\0002)
12:24:42 84.61 Removing Client for Microsoft Networks (NETWORK\VREDIR\0002)
12:26:06 2.11 Removed Client for Microsoft Networks (NETWORK\VREDIR\0002)
12:26:08 0.28 Removing Microsoft Family Logon (NETWORK\FAMILY\0003)
12:26:09 0.83 Removed Microsoft Family Logon (NETWORK\FAMILY\0003)
12:26:10 0.72 Started Client for Microsoft Networks (NETWORK\VREDIR\0002)
12:26:10 0.67 Started Client for Microsoft Networks (NETWORK\VREDIR\0002)
12:26:11 3676.44 Enumerated Client for Microsoft Networks
(NETWORK\VREDIR\0002)
13:27:28 0.28 Enumerating Plug and Play Software Device Enumerator
(ROOT\SWENUM\0000)
13:27:28 0.28 Loading PNP drivers of Microsoft Kernel Audio Mixer
(SW\{B7EAFDC0-A680-11D0-96D8-00AA0051E51D}\{9B365890-165F-11D0-A1
13:27:28 0.33 Enumerating Microsoft Kernel System Audio Renderer
(SW\{A7C7A5B0-5AF3-11D1-9CED-00A024BF0407}\{9B365890-165F-11D0-A19
13:27:29 16.33 Enumerated Microsoft Kernel Audio Mixer
(SW\{B7EAFDC0-A680-11D0-96D8-00AA0051E51D}\{9B365890-165F-11D0-A195-0020AFD15
13:27:45 97.50 Enumerated Microsoft Kernel System Audio Renderer
(SW\{A7C7A5B0-5AF3-11D1-9CED-00A024BF0407}\{9B365890-165F-11D0-A195
13:29:23 0.72 Removing Microsoft Family Logon (NETWORK\FAMILY\0001)
13:29:23 7.72 Removed Microsoft Family Logon (NETWORK\FAMILY\0001)
13:29:31 0.39 Removing Client for Microsoft Networks (NETWORK\VREDIR\0003)
13:29:32 0.61 Enumerating TCP/IP (NETWORK\MSTCP\0002)
13:29:32 0.50 Started Microsoft Family Logon (NETWORK\FAMILY\0001)
13:29:33 2.89 Started Client for Microsoft Networks (NETWORK\VREDIR\0003)
13:29:36 564.39 Enumerated Client for Microsoft Networks
(NETWORK\VREDIR\0003)
13:39:00 0.39 Enumerating Plug and Play Software Device Enumerator
(ROOT\SWENUM\0000)
13:39:01 0.33 Started Microsoft Kernel Audio Mixer
(SW\{B7EAFDC0-A680-11D0-96D8-00AA0051E51D}\{9B365890-165F-11D0-A195-0020AFD156E4
13:39:01 995.00 Enumerated Microsoft Kernel Audio Mixer
(SW\{B7EAFDC0-A680-11D0-96D8-00AA0051E51D}\{9B365890-165F-11D0-A195-0020AFD15
13:55:36 0.89 Enumerating Plug and Play Software Device Enumerator
(ROOT\SWENUM\0000)
13:55:37 2292.61 Enumerated Microsoft Kernel System Audio Renderer
(SW\{A7C7A5B0-5AF3-11D1-9CED-00A024BF0407}\{9B365890-165F-11D0-A195
14:33:50 1.00 Enumerating USB Root Hub
(USB\ROOT_HUB\PCI&VEN_8086&DEV_2412&SUBSYS_24128086&REV_02&BUS_00&DEV_1F&FUNC_02)
14:33:52 2539.11 Enumerated Alcatel Speed Touch ADSL Modem
(USB\VID_06B9&PID_4061\0090D047527D)
15:16:11 0.50 Enumerating Microsoft Kernel System Audio Renderer
(SW\{A7C7A5B0-5AF3-11D1-9CED-00A024BF0407}\{9B365890-165F-11D0-A19
15:16:12 413.11 Enumerated Microsoft Kernel Audio Mixer
(SW\{B7EAFDC0-A680-11D0-96D8-00AA0051E51D}\{9B365890-165F-11D0-A195-0020AFD15
15:23:05 0.28 Enumerating Plug and Play Software Device Enumerator
(ROOT\SWENUM\0000)
Paul




"Mike M" wrote:

> Paul,
>
> If you use BLA check the box to just show delays and perhaps also
> failures. This should reduce the list considerably after which either cut
> and paste to a posting in the newsgroup or alternatively list the items
> concerned.
> --
> Mike Maltby MS-MVP
> mike.maltby@gmail.com
>
>
> PAT (Paul) <PATPaul@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
>
> > Ron
> >
> > The thread from E. Barry Bruyea dated March 30/05 regarding "Boot
> > question" where you asked "Get the free Bootlog Analyzer utility from
> > http://dspace.dial.pipex.com/town/terrace/pk29/" stood up in the air.
> > Too bad, I was hoping to get at last a hint how to fix this long
> > lasting frustation: my computor takes an inordinate long time in
> > booting up; tried all the clean-up tool ever mentioned in this group;
> > the proper maintenance, etc., but to no avail. Once the 'puter has
> > booted, all is fine and runs like a charm. Maybe my machine is just
> > not fast enough (celeron ~700 and 64 MBRAM).
> >
> > Anyway, I ran the utility, but afraid its beyond my level of
> > interpretation...can you sugggest somewhere I can send the results for
> > analysis?? Tks in advance. Regards.
>
>
Anonymous
April 3, 2005 11:38:36 AM

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"PAT (Paul)" <PATPaul@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:

>
>Ron
>
> The thread from E. Barry Bruyea dated March 30/05 regarding "Boot
>question" where you asked "Get the free Bootlog Analyzer utility from
>http://dspace.dial.pipex.com/town/terrace/pk29/" stood up in the air.
>Too bad, I was hoping to get at last a hint how to fix this long lasting
>frustation: my computor takes an inordinate long time in booting up; tried
>all the clean-up tool ever mentioned in this group; the proper maintenance,
>etc., but to no avail. Once the 'puter has booted, all is fine and runs like
>a charm. Maybe my machine is just not fast enough (celeron ~700 and 64
>MBRAM).
>
>Anyway, I ran the utility, but afraid its beyond my level of
>interpretation...can you sugggest somewhere I can send the results for
>analysis?? Tks in advance. Regards.

I would say the 64 mb of RAM is a big part of your problems,
especially with Windows Me.

Use the System Monitor utility that comes with Windows and use Edit -
Add to set it to track "Memory manager: Swap file in use" for several
days of normal to heavy usage. If "Swap file in use" regularly shows
as 20 mb or more then the swap file is being used extensively and more
memory would result in improved performance. Otherwise it is not
likely to make any noticeable difference.

This applies regardless of how much or how little RAM is currently
installed in the computer.

There is a configuration setting that needs to be entered if you are
going above 512 mb of RAM with Windows 95/98/Me and there are possible
hardware related problems that can occur with more than 1 gb of RAM
with these Windows versions.

Good luck



Ron Martell Duncan B.C. Canada
--
Microsoft MVP
On-Line Help Computer Service
http://onlinehelp.bc.ca

In memory of a dear friend Alex Nichol MVP
http://aumha.org/alex.htm
Anonymous
April 3, 2005 1:01:13 PM

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Paul,

To be going on with, look at the 'Duration' column and look for an event (or
events) taking 'hundreds' of seconds, instead of fractions or several
seconds. (5 mins = 300 seconds) N.B to sort your list in 'Duration' - just
click the Duration bar.

You've got issues with those values typically in the high
hundreds/thousands.
e.g. > 14:33:52 2539.11 Enumerated Alcatel Speed Touch ADSL Modem...
where 2539.11 is 253 seconds or some 4 minutes

Also see "Load Failures Listed in the Bootlog.txt File"
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;127970

HTH

Mart


"PAT (Paul)" <PATPaul@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:E47CEC84-BD4D-4644-BF30-7F67610DA7DE@microsoft.com...
> Ron
> Reading of Boot log Analyzer for failures: Time: 02.22.50; Duration - -
> Event: Dynamic load failed: [000C3D95] file not found.
>
> Ron
> The Bootlog Analyser is not very printing friendly, I hope what I'm
> sending you is ok. Regards. Paul.
>
> 12:22:43 1.00 Loading Vxd = vserver.vxd
> 12:22:44 1.00 Dynamic init device SYMREDRV
> 12:22:45 1.00 Dynamic init device SYMIDSCO
> 12:22:46 1.00 Loading PNP drivers of Composite Power Source
> (ACPI\COMPBATT\ROOT&*PNP0C08&0000)
> 12:22:47 1.00 Loading PNP drivers of SoundMAX Integrated Digital Audio
> (PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_2415&SUBSYS_01DE1014&REV_02\BUS_00&DEV_1F&
> 12:22:48 1.00 Starting USB Root Hub
> (USB\ROOT_HUB\PCI&VEN_8086&DEV_2412&SUBSYS_24128086&REV_02&BUS_00&DEV_1F&FUNC_02)
> 12:22:50 0.33 Enumerating USB Root Hub
> (USB\ROOT_HUB\PCI&VEN_8086&DEV_2412&SUBSYS_24128086&REV_02&BUS_00&DEV_1F&FUNC_02)
> 12:22:50 0.50 Starting Generic USB Hub (USB\VID_05E3&PID_0604\INST_0)
> 12:22:50 0.33 Enumerating Generic USB Hub
> (USB\VID_05E3&PID_0604\INST_0)
> 12:22:51 5.33 Starting Alcatel Speed Touch ADSL Modem
> (USB\VID_06B9&PID_4061\0090D047527D)
> 12:22:56 0.67 DEVICEINIT = IOS
> 12:22:57 1.06 Dynamic load device
> C:\WINDOWS\system\IOSUBSYS\drvwcdb.vxd
> 12:22:58 0.67 DEVICEINIT = VDD
> 12:23:00 1.39 Initing esdi_506.pdr
> 12:23:01 0.28 Initing esdi_506.pdr
> 12:23:02 1.44 Initing drvwq117.vxd
> 12:23:03 0.33 Init Success drvwq117.vxd
> 12:23:04 1.56 INITCOMPLETE = VXDMON
> 12:23:06 1.78 INITCOMPLETE = SAVRT
> 12:23:08 1.72 Dynamic load success
> C:\PROGRA~1\COMMON~1\SYMANT~1\VIRUSD~1\20050401.025\NAVENG.VXD
> 12:23:10 0.33 Loading PNP drivers of SoundMAX Integrated Digital Audio
> (PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_2415&SUBSYS_01DE1014&REV_02\BUS_00&DEV_1F&
> 12:23:10 10.33 InitDone = TSRQuery (time estimated)
> 12:23:21 0.33 Enumerating Standard Floppy Disk Controller
> (ACPI\*PNP0700\0)
> 12:23:21 4.50 Enumerating TapeDetection
> (TAPECONTROLLER\TAPEDETECTION\0000)
> 12:23:26 9.28 Enumerated TapeDetection
> (TAPECONTROLLER\TAPEDETECTION\0000)
> 12:23:35 5.61 Enumerated Microsoft Kernel System Audio Renderer
> (SW\{A7C7A5B0-5AF3-11D1-9CED-00A024BF0407}\{9B365890-165F-11D0-A195
> 12:23:41 0.28 Loading PNP drivers of Microsoft Kernel Audio Mixer
> (SW\{B7EAFDC0-A680-11D0-96D8-00AA0051E51D}\{9B365890-165F-11D0-A1
> 12:23:41 0.39 Starting Microsoft Kernel Audio Mixer
> (SW\{B7EAFDC0-A680-11D0-96D8-00AA0051E51D}\{9B365890-165F-11D0-A195-0020AFD156E
> 12:23:42 21.33 Enumerated Microsoft Kernel Audio Mixer
> (SW\{B7EAFDC0-A680-11D0-96D8-00AA0051E51D}\{9B365890-165F-11D0-A195-0020AFD15
> 12:24:03 0.78 Removing Client for Microsoft Networks
> (NETWORK\VREDIR\0002)
> 12:24:04 0.89 Removed Client for Microsoft Networks
> (NETWORK\VREDIR\0002)
> 12:24:05 2.67 Enumerated TCP/IP (NETWORK\MSTCP\0004)
> 12:24:08 0.56 Loading PNP drivers of Client for Microsoft Networks
> (NETWORK\VREDIR\0002)
> 12:24:08 1.22 Started Client for Microsoft Networks
> (NETWORK\VREDIR\0002)
> 12:24:10 3.17 Started Client for Microsoft Networks
> (NETWORK\VREDIR\0002)
> 12:24:13 1.28 Loaded PNP drivers of Client for Microsoft Networks
> (NETWORK\VREDIR\0002)
> 12:24:14 27.50 Enumerated Client for Microsoft Networks
> (NETWORK\VREDIR\0002)
> 12:24:42 84.61 Removing Client for Microsoft Networks
> (NETWORK\VREDIR\0002)
> 12:26:06 2.11 Removed Client for Microsoft Networks
> (NETWORK\VREDIR\0002)
> 12:26:08 0.28 Removing Microsoft Family Logon (NETWORK\FAMILY\0003)
> 12:26:09 0.83 Removed Microsoft Family Logon (NETWORK\FAMILY\0003)
> 12:26:10 0.72 Started Client for Microsoft Networks
> (NETWORK\VREDIR\0002)
> 12:26:10 0.67 Started Client for Microsoft Networks
> (NETWORK\VREDIR\0002)
> 12:26:11 3676.44 Enumerated Client for Microsoft Networks
> (NETWORK\VREDIR\0002)
> 13:27:28 0.28 Enumerating Plug and Play Software Device Enumerator
> (ROOT\SWENUM\0000)
> 13:27:28 0.28 Loading PNP drivers of Microsoft Kernel Audio Mixer
> (SW\{B7EAFDC0-A680-11D0-96D8-00AA0051E51D}\{9B365890-165F-11D0-A1
> 13:27:28 0.33 Enumerating Microsoft Kernel System Audio Renderer
> (SW\{A7C7A5B0-5AF3-11D1-9CED-00A024BF0407}\{9B365890-165F-11D0-A19
> 13:27:29 16.33 Enumerated Microsoft Kernel Audio Mixer
> (SW\{B7EAFDC0-A680-11D0-96D8-00AA0051E51D}\{9B365890-165F-11D0-A195-0020AFD15
> 13:27:45 97.50 Enumerated Microsoft Kernel System Audio Renderer
> (SW\{A7C7A5B0-5AF3-11D1-9CED-00A024BF0407}\{9B365890-165F-11D0-A195
> 13:29:23 0.72 Removing Microsoft Family Logon (NETWORK\FAMILY\0001)
> 13:29:23 7.72 Removed Microsoft Family Logon (NETWORK\FAMILY\0001)
> 13:29:31 0.39 Removing Client for Microsoft Networks
> (NETWORK\VREDIR\0003)
> 13:29:32 0.61 Enumerating TCP/IP (NETWORK\MSTCP\0002)
> 13:29:32 0.50 Started Microsoft Family Logon (NETWORK\FAMILY\0001)
> 13:29:33 2.89 Started Client for Microsoft Networks
> (NETWORK\VREDIR\0003)
> 13:29:36 564.39 Enumerated Client for Microsoft Networks
> (NETWORK\VREDIR\0003)
> 13:39:00 0.39 Enumerating Plug and Play Software Device Enumerator
> (ROOT\SWENUM\0000)
> 13:39:01 0.33 Started Microsoft Kernel Audio Mixer
> (SW\{B7EAFDC0-A680-11D0-96D8-00AA0051E51D}\{9B365890-165F-11D0-A195-0020AFD156E4
> 13:39:01 995.00 Enumerated Microsoft Kernel Audio Mixer
> (SW\{B7EAFDC0-A680-11D0-96D8-00AA0051E51D}\{9B365890-165F-11D0-A195-0020AFD15
> 13:55:36 0.89 Enumerating Plug and Play Software Device Enumerator
> (ROOT\SWENUM\0000)
> 13:55:37 2292.61 Enumerated Microsoft Kernel System Audio Renderer
> (SW\{A7C7A5B0-5AF3-11D1-9CED-00A024BF0407}\{9B365890-165F-11D0-A195
> 14:33:50 1.00 Enumerating USB Root Hub
> (USB\ROOT_HUB\PCI&VEN_8086&DEV_2412&SUBSYS_24128086&REV_02&BUS_00&DEV_1F&FUNC_02)
> 14:33:52 2539.11 Enumerated Alcatel Speed Touch ADSL Modem
> (USB\VID_06B9&PID_4061\0090D047527D)
> 15:16:11 0.50 Enumerating Microsoft Kernel System Audio Renderer
> (SW\{A7C7A5B0-5AF3-11D1-9CED-00A024BF0407}\{9B365890-165F-11D0-A19
> 15:16:12 413.11 Enumerated Microsoft Kernel Audio Mixer
> (SW\{B7EAFDC0-A680-11D0-96D8-00AA0051E51D}\{9B365890-165F-11D0-A195-0020AFD15
> 15:23:05 0.28 Enumerating Plug and Play Software Device Enumerator
> (ROOT\SWENUM\0000)
> Paul
>
>
>
>
> "Mike M" wrote:
>
>> Paul,
>>
>> If you use BLA check the box to just show delays and perhaps also
>> failures. This should reduce the list considerably after which either
>> cut
>> and paste to a posting in the newsgroup or alternatively list the items
>> concerned.
>> --
>> Mike Maltby MS-MVP
>> mike.maltby@gmail.com
>>
>>
>> PAT (Paul) <PATPaul@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
>>
>> > Ron
>> >
>> > The thread from E. Barry Bruyea dated March 30/05 regarding "Boot
>> > question" where you asked "Get the free Bootlog Analyzer utility from
>> > http://dspace.dial.pipex.com/town/terrace/pk29/" stood up in the air.
>> > Too bad, I was hoping to get at last a hint how to fix this long
>> > lasting frustation: my computor takes an inordinate long time in
>> > booting up; tried all the clean-up tool ever mentioned in this group;
>> > the proper maintenance, etc., but to no avail. Once the 'puter has
>> > booted, all is fine and runs like a charm. Maybe my machine is just
>> > not fast enough (celeron ~700 and 64 MBRAM).
>> >
>> > Anyway, I ran the utility, but afraid its beyond my level of
>> > interpretation...can you sugggest somewhere I can send the results for
>> > analysis?? Tks in advance. Regards.
>>
>>
Anonymous
April 3, 2005 1:11:06 PM

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BTW - I would agree with Ron's latest advice re 64MB RAM

My reply was to help interpret BLA

Mart


"Mart" <mart(NoSpam)@nospam.com> wrote in message
news:umsfPNCOFHA.3716@TK2MSFTNGP14.phx.gbl...
> Paul,
>
> To be going on with, look at the 'Duration' column and look for an event
> (or events) taking 'hundreds' of seconds, instead of fractions or several
> seconds. (5 mins = 300 seconds) N.B to sort your list in 'Duration' -
> just click the Duration bar.
>
> You've got issues with those values typically in the high
> hundreds/thousands.
> e.g. > 14:33:52 2539.11 Enumerated Alcatel Speed Touch ADSL Modem...
> where 2539.11 is 253 seconds or some 4 minutes
>
> Also see "Load Failures Listed in the Bootlog.txt File"
> http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;127970
>
> HTH
>
> Mart
>
>
> "PAT (Paul)" <PATPaul@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:E47CEC84-BD4D-4644-BF30-7F67610DA7DE@microsoft.com...
>> Ron
>> Reading of Boot log Analyzer for failures: Time: 02.22.50; Duration - -
>> Event: Dynamic load failed: [000C3D95] file not found.
>>
>> Ron
>> The Bootlog Analyser is not very printing friendly, I hope what I'm
>> sending you is ok. Regards. Paul.
>>
>> 12:22:43 1.00 Loading Vxd = vserver.vxd
>> 12:22:44 1.00 Dynamic init device SYMREDRV
>> 12:22:45 1.00 Dynamic init device SYMIDSCO
>> 12:22:46 1.00 Loading PNP drivers of Composite Power Source
>> (ACPI\COMPBATT\ROOT&*PNP0C08&0000)
>> 12:22:47 1.00 Loading PNP drivers of SoundMAX Integrated Digital
>> Audio
>> (PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_2415&SUBSYS_01DE1014&REV_02\BUS_00&DEV_1F&
>> 12:22:48 1.00 Starting USB Root Hub
>> (USB\ROOT_HUB\PCI&VEN_8086&DEV_2412&SUBSYS_24128086&REV_02&BUS_00&DEV_1F&FUNC_02)
>> 12:22:50 0.33 Enumerating USB Root Hub
>> (USB\ROOT_HUB\PCI&VEN_8086&DEV_2412&SUBSYS_24128086&REV_02&BUS_00&DEV_1F&FUNC_02)
>> 12:22:50 0.50 Starting Generic USB Hub (USB\VID_05E3&PID_0604\INST_0)
>> 12:22:50 0.33 Enumerating Generic USB Hub
>> (USB\VID_05E3&PID_0604\INST_0)
>> 12:22:51 5.33 Starting Alcatel Speed Touch ADSL Modem
>> (USB\VID_06B9&PID_4061\0090D047527D)
>> 12:22:56 0.67 DEVICEINIT = IOS
>> 12:22:57 1.06 Dynamic load device
>> C:\WINDOWS\system\IOSUBSYS\drvwcdb.vxd
>> 12:22:58 0.67 DEVICEINIT = VDD
>> 12:23:00 1.39 Initing esdi_506.pdr
>> 12:23:01 0.28 Initing esdi_506.pdr
>> 12:23:02 1.44 Initing drvwq117.vxd
>> 12:23:03 0.33 Init Success drvwq117.vxd
>> 12:23:04 1.56 INITCOMPLETE = VXDMON
>> 12:23:06 1.78 INITCOMPLETE = SAVRT
>> 12:23:08 1.72 Dynamic load success
>> C:\PROGRA~1\COMMON~1\SYMANT~1\VIRUSD~1\20050401.025\NAVENG.VXD
>> 12:23:10 0.33 Loading PNP drivers of SoundMAX Integrated Digital
>> Audio
>> (PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_2415&SUBSYS_01DE1014&REV_02\BUS_00&DEV_1F&
>> 12:23:10 10.33 InitDone = TSRQuery (time estimated)
>> 12:23:21 0.33 Enumerating Standard Floppy Disk Controller
>> (ACPI\*PNP0700\0)
>> 12:23:21 4.50 Enumerating TapeDetection
>> (TAPECONTROLLER\TAPEDETECTION\0000)
>> 12:23:26 9.28 Enumerated TapeDetection
>> (TAPECONTROLLER\TAPEDETECTION\0000)
>> 12:23:35 5.61 Enumerated Microsoft Kernel System Audio Renderer
>> (SW\{A7C7A5B0-5AF3-11D1-9CED-00A024BF0407}\{9B365890-165F-11D0-A195
>> 12:23:41 0.28 Loading PNP drivers of Microsoft Kernel Audio Mixer
>> (SW\{B7EAFDC0-A680-11D0-96D8-00AA0051E51D}\{9B365890-165F-11D0-A1
>> 12:23:41 0.39 Starting Microsoft Kernel Audio Mixer
>> (SW\{B7EAFDC0-A680-11D0-96D8-00AA0051E51D}\{9B365890-165F-11D0-A195-0020AFD156E
>> 12:23:42 21.33 Enumerated Microsoft Kernel Audio Mixer
>> (SW\{B7EAFDC0-A680-11D0-96D8-00AA0051E51D}\{9B365890-165F-11D0-A195-0020AFD15
>> 12:24:03 0.78 Removing Client for Microsoft Networks
>> (NETWORK\VREDIR\0002)
>> 12:24:04 0.89 Removed Client for Microsoft Networks
>> (NETWORK\VREDIR\0002)
>> 12:24:05 2.67 Enumerated TCP/IP (NETWORK\MSTCP\0004)
>> 12:24:08 0.56 Loading PNP drivers of Client for Microsoft Networks
>> (NETWORK\VREDIR\0002)
>> 12:24:08 1.22 Started Client for Microsoft Networks
>> (NETWORK\VREDIR\0002)
>> 12:24:10 3.17 Started Client for Microsoft Networks
>> (NETWORK\VREDIR\0002)
>> 12:24:13 1.28 Loaded PNP drivers of Client for Microsoft Networks
>> (NETWORK\VREDIR\0002)
>> 12:24:14 27.50 Enumerated Client for Microsoft Networks
>> (NETWORK\VREDIR\0002)
>> 12:24:42 84.61 Removing Client for Microsoft Networks
>> (NETWORK\VREDIR\0002)
>> 12:26:06 2.11 Removed Client for Microsoft Networks
>> (NETWORK\VREDIR\0002)
>> 12:26:08 0.28 Removing Microsoft Family Logon (NETWORK\FAMILY\0003)
>> 12:26:09 0.83 Removed Microsoft Family Logon (NETWORK\FAMILY\0003)
>> 12:26:10 0.72 Started Client for Microsoft Networks
>> (NETWORK\VREDIR\0002)
>> 12:26:10 0.67 Started Client for Microsoft Networks
>> (NETWORK\VREDIR\0002)
>> 12:26:11 3676.44 Enumerated Client for Microsoft Networks
>> (NETWORK\VREDIR\0002)
>> 13:27:28 0.28 Enumerating Plug and Play Software Device Enumerator
>> (ROOT\SWENUM\0000)
>> 13:27:28 0.28 Loading PNP drivers of Microsoft Kernel Audio Mixer
>> (SW\{B7EAFDC0-A680-11D0-96D8-00AA0051E51D}\{9B365890-165F-11D0-A1
>> 13:27:28 0.33 Enumerating Microsoft Kernel System Audio Renderer
>> (SW\{A7C7A5B0-5AF3-11D1-9CED-00A024BF0407}\{9B365890-165F-11D0-A19
>> 13:27:29 16.33 Enumerated Microsoft Kernel Audio Mixer
>> (SW\{B7EAFDC0-A680-11D0-96D8-00AA0051E51D}\{9B365890-165F-11D0-A195-0020AFD15
>> 13:27:45 97.50 Enumerated Microsoft Kernel System Audio Renderer
>> (SW\{A7C7A5B0-5AF3-11D1-9CED-00A024BF0407}\{9B365890-165F-11D0-A195
>> 13:29:23 0.72 Removing Microsoft Family Logon (NETWORK\FAMILY\0001)
>> 13:29:23 7.72 Removed Microsoft Family Logon (NETWORK\FAMILY\0001)
>> 13:29:31 0.39 Removing Client for Microsoft Networks
>> (NETWORK\VREDIR\0003)
>> 13:29:32 0.61 Enumerating TCP/IP (NETWORK\MSTCP\0002)
>> 13:29:32 0.50 Started Microsoft Family Logon (NETWORK\FAMILY\0001)
>> 13:29:33 2.89 Started Client for Microsoft Networks
>> (NETWORK\VREDIR\0003)
>> 13:29:36 564.39 Enumerated Client for Microsoft Networks
>> (NETWORK\VREDIR\0003)
>> 13:39:00 0.39 Enumerating Plug and Play Software Device Enumerator
>> (ROOT\SWENUM\0000)
>> 13:39:01 0.33 Started Microsoft Kernel Audio Mixer
>> (SW\{B7EAFDC0-A680-11D0-96D8-00AA0051E51D}\{9B365890-165F-11D0-A195-0020AFD156E4
>> 13:39:01 995.00 Enumerated Microsoft Kernel Audio Mixer
>> (SW\{B7EAFDC0-A680-11D0-96D8-00AA0051E51D}\{9B365890-165F-11D0-A195-0020AFD15
>> 13:55:36 0.89 Enumerating Plug and Play Software Device Enumerator
>> (ROOT\SWENUM\0000)
>> 13:55:37 2292.61 Enumerated Microsoft Kernel System Audio Renderer
>> (SW\{A7C7A5B0-5AF3-11D1-9CED-00A024BF0407}\{9B365890-165F-11D0-A195
>> 14:33:50 1.00 Enumerating USB Root Hub
>> (USB\ROOT_HUB\PCI&VEN_8086&DEV_2412&SUBSYS_24128086&REV_02&BUS_00&DEV_1F&FUNC_02)
>> 14:33:52 2539.11 Enumerated Alcatel Speed Touch ADSL Modem
>> (USB\VID_06B9&PID_4061\0090D047527D)
>> 15:16:11 0.50 Enumerating Microsoft Kernel System Audio Renderer
>> (SW\{A7C7A5B0-5AF3-11D1-9CED-00A024BF0407}\{9B365890-165F-11D0-A19
>> 15:16:12 413.11 Enumerated Microsoft Kernel Audio Mixer
>> (SW\{B7EAFDC0-A680-11D0-96D8-00AA0051E51D}\{9B365890-165F-11D0-A195-0020AFD15
>> 15:23:05 0.28 Enumerating Plug and Play Software Device Enumerator
>> (ROOT\SWENUM\0000)
>> Paul
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> "Mike M" wrote:
>>
>>> Paul,
>>>
>>> If you use BLA check the box to just show delays and perhaps also
>>> failures. This should reduce the list considerably after which either
>>> cut
>>> and paste to a posting in the newsgroup or alternatively list the items
>>> concerned.
>>> --
>>> Mike Maltby MS-MVP
>>> mike.maltby@gmail.com
>>>
>>>
>>> PAT (Paul) <PATPaul@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
>>>
>>> > Ron
>>> >
>>> > The thread from E. Barry Bruyea dated March 30/05 regarding "Boot
>>> > question" where you asked "Get the free Bootlog Analyzer utility from
>>> > http://dspace.dial.pipex.com/town/terrace/pk29/" stood up in the air.
>>> > Too bad, I was hoping to get at last a hint how to fix this long
>>> > lasting frustation: my computor takes an inordinate long time in
>>> > booting up; tried all the clean-up tool ever mentioned in this group;
>>> > the proper maintenance, etc., but to no avail. Once the 'puter has
>>> > booted, all is fine and runs like a charm. Maybe my machine is just
>>> > not fast enough (celeron ~700 and 64 MBRAM).
>>> >
>>> > Anyway, I ran the utility, but afraid its beyond my level of
>>> > interpretation...can you sugggest somewhere I can send the results for
>>> > analysis?? Tks in advance. Regards.
>>>
>>>
>
>
Anonymous
April 3, 2005 6:16:58 PM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsme.general (More info?)

PAT (Paul) wrote:
> Ron
>
> The thread from E. Barry Bruyea dated March 30/05 regarding "Boot
> question" where you asked "Get the free Bootlog Analyzer utility from
> http://dspace.dial.pipex.com/town/terrace/pk29/" stood up in the air.
> Too bad, I was hoping to get at last a hint how to fix this long lasting
> frustation: my computor takes an inordinate long time in booting up; tried
> all the clean-up tool ever mentioned in this group; the proper maintenance,
> etc., but to no avail. Once the 'puter has booted, all is fine and runs like
> a charm. Maybe my machine is just not fast enough (celeron ~700 and 64
> MBRAM).
>
> Anyway, I ran the utility, but afraid its beyond my level of
> interpretation...can you sugggest somewhere I can send the results for
> analysis?? Tks in advance. Regards.

What you're looking for in the BLA is indications that some things are
taking a long time to load... eg: both my graphics and network card take
between 5-10 seconds.

Secondly, if you have "only" 64MB, the I'd suggest not running to many
things at startup. 64MB should be OK for WinME without any extra stuff
though.


rpl
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