|Are you sure about that...I've read that you set the boot to log just because you want to see what's going on, I haven't seen that it only occurs when there is a problem.|
My boot is slow, occasionally chkdsk runs but doesn't fix any files. Other than that there is nothing wrong with the boot, no BSODs. And no recent hardware changes.
I deleted the ntbtlog.txt and the next boot it had about 132 lines. Ten boots later it have ten times that. So I think I've been interpreting this all wrong, the ntbtlog.txt is just appending what it sees each time instead of overwriting the original file. The slow boot must be coming from something else..
The Event Viewer shows an error after boot that "WinMgmt could not open the repository file". I've been trying to get help on that in another thread, but no luck so far. Do you know anything about this?