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paulske

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ok heres the results

0:59:44 2.83 LoadSuccess = C:\WINDOWS\IFSHLP.SYS
0:59:50 0.78 Enumerating SiS 630/730 (PCI\VEN_1039&DEV_6300&SUBSYS_63001039&REV_31\001000)
0:59:51 0.72 Enumerating USB Root Hub (USB\ROOT_HUB\PCI&VEN_1039&DEV_7001&SUBSYS_70011039&REV_07&BUS_00&DEV_01&FUNC_02)
0:59:52 1.28 Starting Philips Composite A/V Device; VGA Digital Camera (USB\VID_0471&PID_0307\021302116010322D)
0:59:54 1.33 Starting Philips VGA Digital Camera; Video (USB\VID_0471&PID_0307&MI_00\0USB&VID_0471&PID_0307&021302116010322D)
0:59:56 0.78 Starting Microsoft PS/2 Port Mouse (ACPI\*PNP0F03\0)
0:59:58 25.28 Starting TCP/IP (NETWORK\MSTCP\0001)
1:00:24 0.44 Initing esdi_506.pdr
1:00:24 0.67 Initing esdi_506.pdr
1:00:25 0.28 Init Success esdi_506.pdr
1:00:26 0.28 Dynamic load success C:\WINDOWS\system\serial.vxd
1:00:26 2.33 Starting SiS 7018 Audio Driver (PCI\VEN_1039&DEV_7018&SUBSYS_70181039&REV_02\BUS_00&DEV_01&FUNC_04)
1:00:29 0.50 Dynamic load success SND801.vxd


1:00:30 1.67 Starting SiS 7018 Audio Driver (PCI\VEN_1039&DEV_7018&SUBSYS_70181039&REV_02\BUS_00&DEV_01&FUNC_04)
1:00:31 61.72 Starting TCP/IP (NETWORK\MSTCP\0001)
1:01:33 1.00 Starting Philips Composite A/V Device; VGA Digital Camera (USB\VID_0471&PID_0307\021302116010322D)
1:01:34 1.39 Starting Philips VGA Digital Camera; Video (USB\VID_0471&PID_0307&MI_00\0USB&VID_0471&PID_0307&021302116010322D)
1:01:36 0.33 Enumerated HSP56 MR (PCI\VEN_1039&DEV_7013&SUBSYS_70131039&REV_A0\BUS_00&DEV_01&FUNC_06)
1:01:37 0.44 INITCOMPLETE = AVGCORE
1:01:37 10.28 InitDone = TSRQuery (time estimated)
1:01:48 100.11 Enumerated Standard Floppy Disk Controller (ACPI\*PNP0700\0)
1:03:28 8.67 Enumerated Microsoft Kernel Audio Mixer (SW\{B7EAFDC0-A680-11D0-96D8-00AA0051E51D}\{9B365890-165F-11D0-A195-0020AFD15
 
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Well the biggest single delay seems to be with your floppy disk controller.

1:01:48 100.11 Enumerated Standard Floppy Disk Controller (ACPI\*PNP0700\0)

>> over a minute and a half (100sec)

I don't know what's causing it, I haven't seen delays associated with it before.

>> but we could try removing and letting Windows redetect and reinstall the drivers for it. If you go to the Device Manager, click the + beside Floppy Disk controller and highlight the "standard floppy controller", then click "remove", you will be prompted to restart and windows should redetect and rebuild the driver base as the desktop loads.


The other delays are with TCP/IP Network drivers. When people don't think they are Networking, these may be required for cable or DSL access. So I assume you must have broadband. I don't really know a fix for this. You just may have to live with it.

There is another possible tweak that sometime trims load time. This involves renaming vxds associated with the Tapedetection and tapebackup drivers that nobody uses any more. If you see these entries on your FULL Bootlog.txt, do a Find Files search for them and rename them as indicated by right clicking and selecting Rename:

drvwq117.vxd >>>drvw117.old

drvwppqt.vxd >>>drvwppqt.old
 

paulske

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I would just like to thank Rolling Rog for his help over the last few days. The system is starting up a little faster but more important than that , with the changes we've made there's a lot less conflict and things seem to be running a lot better. But most of all i've gained a greater understanding of how things work and have gained confidence in doing things i've always been frightened of.

thanks Rolling Rog , you will see me again, there are other things i want to improve, so until then, asta la vista baby, I'll be back
 
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