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Windows 7: Got this when booting, "remove boot execute record unsuccessfully"...

10 Nov 2012   #31
Layback Bear

Windows 7 Pro. 64/SP-1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by gmsmagic1 View Post
There may be better packages out there, but AVG serves its purpose for my needs.

How can the 2013 edition that retailers sell on their shelves today, and which updates daily, be long past its sell by date as you state?

Regardless, you're missing my point. Walking away from a problem doesn't solve the problem if someone is seeking a solution and wishes to avoid dropping another $40 on new software. I'm betting that there is an easier fix. And if not, I believe AVG offers a 30 day money back guarantee. So they deserve the chance to fix their own issue.
Please let us know when you get this problem figured out and how you did it. The reason I ask is many people using Windows 7 and AVG have been having problems for a long time and could use help and a fix.


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10 Nov 2012   #32
kitsune0

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by tonydw96 View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by kitsune0 View Post
I found the way to fix this problem


How to fix "remove boot execute record unsuccessfully"

First of all, you dont need to either unninstall TuneUp or AVG. That error message is harmless and only shows the actual state after you programmed/executed the registry defrag tool from TuneUp.

Why this happen?

TuneUp Registry Defrag runs on boot while AVG just try to protect our PC. This makes TuneUp impossible to do its defragmentation task, but aside of that, there arent any problem. You just cant use TuneUp Registry Defrag till AVG works in a fix to allow this application to work which isnt something really necessary (I rather like to have both software installed and get the best benefits of them missing a single feature that will be patched more soon or later...).


So, how to fix this problem?

This is really easy to fix. First we need Autoruns software, a really powerfull application that give us complete control over what will be loaded when Windows start.

You can download Autoruns from microsfot website here.

After you downloaded the application, extract the files in a folder of your choice and run the application with administrator rights.

Wait some seconds till everything loads and then go to the Logon tab and uncheck the entry RegistryDefrag Success Message as shown in the following screenshot.






Now click on the Boot Execute tab and uncheck the entries autocheck turegopt and autocheck turegopt /AM as shown in the following screenshot.






Now close the application and restart. You will see that the error message is gone forever.

Take in account that those entries may vary depending of your OS, if you already unninstalled TuneUp or AVG or if you have done any other change. Also remember, that if you execute TuneUp Registry Defrag (even if you just only scan) you will probably get the same error message on logon screen so I recommend you to wait for an AVG update where you can know clearly that this problem have been fixed.

I made this small guide by myself and tested on my own PC. Working perfectly on Windows 7 Ultimate x64 with the latest updates at time of writing this message.


I hope you find this useful, regards, Kitsune Shan.-
Hey kitsune, thanks for reply my post
I didn't uninstall the avg 2013 or the tuneup. I just try to do the tuneup disk check doctor and now can boot normally

Maybe not everyone can solve the problem with my method, they can try your method too.

Once again, thanks for the reply

Regards,
Tony
My method removes what is wrong fromt he logon process at Windows start. So surely it does fix the error message. There just should show something like "TuneUp Registry Defrag finished sucessfully" but since AVG doesnt let it to even start, the message returned is just wrong.

Repairing the disk may be an option, but that shouldnt be really a reasson to fix the problem. Scandisk just scan for corrupted files and tries to repair them, nothing to do at all with executing an app at Windows startup. Also, you dont need TuneUp Disk Doctor for that. Just go tou your computer, right click in your HDD, select tools and there select the scan option. Actually TuneUp doesnt have any dedicated tool to check the disks. TuneUp just uses the own Windows scandisk.

So usin scandisk may "fix" temporary the error message, but those invalid entries will still in the registry and in the worst of cases you can end being unable to start Windows for trying to acces to invalid files. So I recommend 100% my method because is really safe and harmless. I DO NOT recommend to unnistall either AVG and even less TuneUp till you have already fixed this problems and deleted the entries I wrote on my post.
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10 Nov 2012   #33
kitsune0

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Layback Bear View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by gmsmagic1 View Post
There may be better packages out there, but AVG serves its purpose for my needs.

How can the 2013 edition that retailers sell on their shelves today, and which updates daily, be long past its sell by date as you state?

Regardless, you're missing my point. Walking away from a problem doesn't solve the problem if someone is seeking a solution and wishes to avoid dropping another $40 on new software. I'm betting that there is an easier fix. And if not, I believe AVG offers a 30 day money back guarantee. So they deserve the chance to fix their own issue.
Please let us know when you get this problem figured out and how you did it. The reason I ask is many people using Windows 7 and AVG have been having problems for a long time and could use help and a fix.

The problem have been fixed already (I posted the solution above). I use AVG since 4 or 5 years ago. Installed in all Windows 7 computers of my home and my customers. Never had a problem before with it fortunately. Working perfectly and smooth in Windows 7 32 and 64 bits, Home Premium and Ultimate.
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10 Nov 2012   #34
Layback Bear

Windows 7 Pro. 64/SP-1
 
 

I was wondering if gmsmagic1 has got his computer fixed. I hope that is not bothersome to anyone. I might of missed gmsmagic1 post that everything is okay.
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10 Nov 2012   #35
tonydw96

Windows 7 Ultimate x32
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by kitsune0 View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by tonydw96 View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by kitsune0 View Post
I found the way to fix this problem


How to fix "remove boot execute record unsuccessfully"

First of all, you dont need to either unninstall TuneUp or AVG. That error message is harmless and only shows the actual state after you programmed/executed the registry defrag tool from TuneUp.

Why this happen?

TuneUp Registry Defrag runs on boot while AVG just try to protect our PC. This makes TuneUp impossible to do its defragmentation task, but aside of that, there arent any problem. You just cant use TuneUp Registry Defrag till AVG works in a fix to allow this application to work which isnt something really necessary (I rather like to have both software installed and get the best benefits of them missing a single feature that will be patched more soon or later...).


So, how to fix this problem?

This is really easy to fix. First we need Autoruns software, a really powerfull application that give us complete control over what will be loaded when Windows start.

You can download Autoruns from microsfot website here.

After you downloaded the application, extract the files in a folder of your choice and run the application with administrator rights.

Wait some seconds till everything loads and then go to the Logon tab and uncheck the entry RegistryDefrag Success Message as shown in the following screenshot.






Now click on the Boot Execute tab and uncheck the entries autocheck turegopt and autocheck turegopt /AM as shown in the following screenshot.






Now close the application and restart. You will see that the error message is gone forever.

Take in account that those entries may vary depending of your OS, if you already unninstalled TuneUp or AVG or if you have done any other change. Also remember, that if you execute TuneUp Registry Defrag (even if you just only scan) you will probably get the same error message on logon screen so I recommend you to wait for an AVG update where you can know clearly that this problem have been fixed.

I made this small guide by myself and tested on my own PC. Working perfectly on Windows 7 Ultimate x64 with the latest updates at time of writing this message.


I hope you find this useful, regards, Kitsune Shan.-
Hey kitsune, thanks for reply my post
I didn't uninstall the avg 2013 or the tuneup. I just try to do the tuneup disk check doctor and now can boot normally

Maybe not everyone can solve the problem with my method, they can try your method too.

Once again, thanks for the reply

Regards,
Tony
My method removes what is wrong fromt he logon process at Windows start. So surely it does fix the error message. There just should show something like "TuneUp Registry Defrag finished sucessfully" but since AVG doesnt let it to even start, the message returned is just wrong.

Repairing the disk may be an option, but that shouldnt be really a reasson to fix the problem. Scandisk just scan for corrupted files and tries to repair them, nothing to do at all with executing an app at Windows startup. Also, you dont need TuneUp Disk Doctor for that. Just go tou your computer, right click in your HDD, select tools and there select the scan option. Actually TuneUp doesnt have any dedicated tool to check the disks. TuneUp just uses the own Windows scandisk.

So usin scandisk may "fix" temporary the error message, but those invalid entries will still in the registry and in the worst of cases you can end being unable to start Windows for trying to acces to invalid files. So I recommend 100% my method because is really safe and harmless. I DO NOT recommend to unnistall either AVG and even less TuneUp till you have already fixed this problems and deleted the entries I wrote on my post.
I know your method is safe and definitely right

Before I got that message i tried to do the tuneup registry defrag. If the defrag success, there will be the notification. but in my occasion there isn't.

After I do the tuneup disk doctor, the registry defrag success notification shown up.

I tried to use the Autoruns software and in the logon tab there is no RegistryDefrag Success Message entry. And also in the boot execute tab. Maybe because the registry defrag process already finished. And I think now the problem already fixed.

Thanks for sharing your method too, its better to have more than one method to fix this problem right?
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