Need FREE Vista Boot Analyzer

December 8, 2010 at 18:54:42
Specs: Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate, 2.401 GHz / 2045 MB
Log ago I used to have for 95/XP a free bootlog.txt analyzer that gave me the file, process, whatever and the time it was taking to load for every single thing from power on to entering Windows. The file I had is long gone. Not sure why I no longer have it, not even on backups. Now all the ones I find are costly. I need FREE. Do you have recommendations of a freebie boot log analyzer for VISTA? I need to see the load times of everything going on from power on to Windows, and further if it does it. I have a Vista that takes 5-6m to boot into Windows, then Windows takes 3-4m on its own. I need to know what is going on before it finally gets to loading Windows.

Thank you. Jesus bless.

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#1
December 9, 2010 at 04:24:43
... take a look in "Event Viewer" (click >>) #1

... also this "app" may help!


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#2
December 9, 2010 at 12:21:55
These are for use in Windows. My old program logged everything from power on into Windows. I am looking for everything from power-on to at least up to Windows. Know what I mean?

Thanks for trying.

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#3
December 9, 2010 at 13:07:56
"...Vista that takes 5-6m to boot into Windows..."

... look again @ the second link under: "Related Links" The case of the Unexplained...

... dam good "trouble shooting video" ... (recommended)

... vista has a much different bootloader than win95 - XP (type) @ command prompt:

BCDEDIT /enum [press enter]


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#4
August 1, 2011 at 14:16:57
Maybe that is the case then why it is so hard to find a boot logger from POST to Windows, that it boots differently. I will keep trying though.
Thanks.

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