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bootvis problem

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by inuyasha320, Jul 24, 2006.

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  1. inuyasha320

    inuyasha320 Thread Starter

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    on my old 900MHz pc running windows xp pro, i am having problems getting bootvis to work it works 100% fine on my new gaming pc set up the same way and it used to work on the 900MHz pc also

    that pc is bearly used but today when i tried to run it, bootvis would not get the driver delays status

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    i have tried everything i could think of i made sure all services were set to their windows default settings so the bootvis would get a good scan of the boot and remove un needed delays)

    but it still woudlnt get the driver delays

    but if go into safe mode, it gets the driver delays just fine.

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    has anyone else had this problem, (need to increase the boot speed on that pc as i have family comming over in 3 days)

    how can i get it to show the driver delays, it cant start the optimize with out it and it cant optimive in safe mode and it can tuse that bootvis file from safe mode, in normal mode to optimize
     
  2. Rollin' Rog

    Rollin' Rog

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    I've seen this problem occur with others as well, perhaps it's a bug in the newer version. Sometimes trying repeatedly will get it.

    Also absent when this happens is the "Boot Activity" graph -- which is probably the most important in diagnosing the area of any abnormal delays.

    Try a "clean boot" and see if you get it:

    http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;310353
     
  3. inuyasha320

    inuyasha320 Thread Starter

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    clean boot still doesnt work, i found the problem, it was the creative x-fi drivers removed them an deverything worked fine i reinstalled the soud drivers after it i mostly keep my boot clean
     
  4. Rollin' Rog

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    Interesting -- though those drivers should not have loaded in a clean boot -- only essential Microsoft services.
     
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