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Boot Log (ntbtlog) and OS Boot Information W 10 Pro 64


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#1 Clade

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Posted 02 October 2017 - 11:14 AM

HI everyone!
 
From msconfig - system boot, have, in addition to other options, boot log and OS boot information.
 
Questions:
 
1. How to analyze the log corresponding to the boot log (ntbtlog) and
 
2. Where to find it, and how to parse the log corresponding to "OS boot information".
 
Thanks for your attention!
 
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Posted 02 October 2017 - 11:36 AM

If the computer fails to startup properly, on the next restart, Windows containing several startup troubleshooting options. When starting Windows in safe mode, only essential drivers and system services are loaded, including the mouse, keyboard, CD-ROM and standard VGA device drivers, and the Event Log, Plug and Play, Remote Procedure Call (RPC), and the Logical Disk Manager system services. This makes safe mode useful for isolating and resolving error conditions that are caused by faulty applications, system services, and device drivers that are started automatically. When you enable boot logging Ntbtlog.txt log file is created, during startup where the names and status of all drivers loaded into memory are recorded. The log file is stored in the Windows folder.

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Posted 02 October 2017 - 12:43 PM

Clade, please explain what the problem is with this computer.  With this knowledge we will know the best way to assist you.


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Posted 02 October 2017 - 12:57 PM

If the computer fails to startup properly, on the next restart, Windows containing several startup troubleshooting options. When starting Windows in safe mode, only essential drivers and system services are loaded, including the mouse, keyboard, CD-ROM and standard VGA device drivers, and the Event Log, Plug and Play, Remote Procedure Call (RPC), and the Logical Disk Manager system services. This makes safe mode useful for isolating and resolving error conditions that are caused by faulty applications, system services, and device drivers that are started automatically. When you enable boot logging Ntbtlog.txt log file is created, during startup where the names and status of all drivers loaded into memory are recorded. The log file is stored in the Windows folder.

 

Clade, please explain what the problem is with this computer.  With this knowledge we will know the best way to assist you.

 

 

Sorry for that, but I did not explain. . . this information is not related to a specific machine, but rather the purpose of expanding knowledge.



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Posted 02 October 2017 - 01:40 PM

Google is your friend! :thumbup2:


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Posted 16 October 2017 - 11:41 AM

Google is your friend! :thumbup2:

 

Yep! Google, always before any. .
 
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Some posts about the topic started in Microsoft - Brazil. Is in Brazilian Portuguese and not fully answered.
 
 





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