Thank you for that information.
Please boot with Puppy and do the following ...
Open the partition with the Windows system on it (what would be C:\ drive in Windows) and view the contents:
- Navigate to C:\Windows <<< folder
- Inside the Windows folder locate the boot log, a text file named ntbtlog.txt.
I want to get a look at that file.
Again, inside the Windows
Inside the Windows folder
- Locate the file named memory.dmp
Note: The memory.dmp file will be quite large, and hopefully I will not need you to provide this file for me.
- Report the date that the file was created/modified.
, you will likely find a folder named Minidump
- C:\Windows\Minidump <<< folder
- Inside the Minidump folder, you will find the minidump files (crash dumps).
- What dates are on the most recent files?
- Do you see recent minidump files in there?
- If so, I would like to get hold of those files.
[/list]For your next post:
Please zip up the file ntbtlog.txt
and attach the zipped file to a reply.
Please zip up a few (3 or 4 should do) of the most recent minidump files and attach the zipped file to a reply.
Report the date of the file memory.dmpNote:
The BC forums have a limit on the total
size of attachments you are allowed (512kb
), and restriction on the type of files that may be attached.
- Files with a .txt extension, or a .zip extension can be attached, but most other file types may NOT be attached.
- Files compressed with a .rar extension can not be attached.
Files can be compressed in zip format using Puppy if you wish to do it that way.
- Let me know if you need instruction.
- Otherwise, transfer the files to a working Windows system, zip there and attach the zipped files to a post that way.
Edited by AustrAlien, 29 December 2012 - 05:57 AM.