I am having an issue booting my Windows 7 image on some custom built hardware. The issue is, we'll say 1/10 times booting, the boot freezes when Windows says "Starting Windows, and the first red pixel of the animation comes into view.
After this, as per forums here, I enabled boot logging. The boot log does not seem to log anything when the freeze occurs. This makes me think there is an issue with the BIOS. This is a custom BIOS, and I am working with the manufacturer to try and see if they will send me an update, or at least do more research on this.
Here are my ntbtlog.txt file results. They seem to be consistent. Should I be concerned with any of the drivers that did not load?
whats your specs. its a desktop id say since its custom. i would try going into the bios and checking your memory settings and only over clock settings and possibly going to default optimized settings and see if it still freezes if that is the issue. I know when i try to overclock super high by upping the fsb past 230 it will freeze at the same screen, so it could be voltage issues there. as far as the drivers loading i see no problems there, if you arent blue screening it has to be something simple pushed to far