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Windows 7: Boot Performance Monitoring take 60000 ms- Slow start Up

03 Sep 2012   #1
thepankajnegi

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 
Boot Performance Monitoring take 60000 ms- Slow start Up

Hi All

By generating my event log, I found that something takes around 1 min during start up, I dunno what it is but collectively it increase the size up to 4 mins, please help me to solve this issue.



regards
Pankaj




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File Type: txt boot log.txt (1.0 KB, 24 views)
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03 Sep 2012   #2
centaur78

Windows 7 ultimate x64
 
 

hi

Please do the below and i will have a look
  1. Download Process Monitor. Unzip the file and open Procmon.exe with administrative privileges:
  2. Stop Process Monitor from logging all the current events by clicking on “File/Capture Events.” Now go to “Options,” where you will find the crucial entry: “Enable Boot Logging.” Enable it, click on “Generate profiling events” and click “OK.”
  3. Now reboot your PC. After the startup process is done, launch Process Monitor again and click on “Yes” once you see the following message:
  4. Save the boot log wherever you want (on your desktop, for example). Process Monitor now generates a huge list of basically each and every boot event.
  5. Upload the bootlog.pml file here

Also along with the bootlog.pml do upload the operational logs
Go to Eventviewer >Applications and Service Logs > Microsoft > Windows > Diagnostics-Performance > Operational .... Right click and "Save all Events As" .... save it in .evtx format..
My System SpecsSystem Spec
03 Sep 2012   #3
thepankajnegi

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by centaur78 View Post
hi

Please do the below and i will have a look
  1. Download Process Monitor. Unzip the file and open Procmon.exe with administrative privileges:
  2. Stop Process Monitor from logging all the current events by clicking on “File/Capture Events.” Now go to “Options,” where you will find the crucial entry: “Enable Boot Logging.” Enable it, click on “Generate profiling events” and click “OK.”
  3. Now reboot your PC. After the startup process is done, launch Process Monitor again and click on “Yes” once you see the following message:
  4. Save the boot log wherever you want (on your desktop, for example). Process Monitor now generates a huge list of basically each and every boot event.
  5. Upload the bootlog.pml file here

Also along with the bootlog.pml do upload the operational logs
Go to Eventviewer >Applications and Service Logs > Microsoft > Windows > Diagnostics-Performance > Operational .... Right click and "Save all Events As" .... save it in .evtx format..
Hi

bootlog.pml file is more than 300 MB, how to upload it ?
My System SpecsSystem Spec
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03 Sep 2012   #4
centaur78

Windows 7 ultimate x64
 
 

put it in dropbox or skydrive and then post a link here
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03 Sep 2012   #5
OldMX

Microsoft Windows 8.1 Professional
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by thepankajnegi View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by centaur78 View Post
hi

Please do the below and i will have a look
  1. Download Process Monitor. Unzip the file and open Procmon.exe with administrative privileges:
  2. Stop Process Monitor from logging all the current events by clicking on “File/Capture Events.” Now go to “Options,” where you will find the crucial entry: “Enable Boot Logging.” Enable it, click on “Generate profiling events” and click “OK.”
  3. Now reboot your PC. After the startup process is done, launch Process Monitor again and click on “Yes” once you see the following message:
  4. Save the boot log wherever you want (on your desktop, for example). Process Monitor now generates a huge list of basically each and every boot event.
  5. Upload the bootlog.pml file here

Also along with the bootlog.pml do upload the operational logs
Go to Eventviewer >Applications and Service Logs > Microsoft > Windows > Diagnostics-Performance > Operational .... Right click and "Save all Events As" .... save it in .evtx format..
Hi

bootlog.pml file is more than 300 MB, how to upload it ?
You can compress it with 7-Zip, i did the test and the 300mb went down to 19mb, way easier to handle.
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03 Sep 2012   #6
centaur78

Windows 7 ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by OldMX View Post
You can compress it with 7-Zip, i did the test and the 300mb went down to 19mb, way easier to handle.
yes please do this Pankaj
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03 Sep 2012   #7
thepankajnegi

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by centaur78 View Post
put it in dropbox or skydrive and then post a link here
Hi

Please check the link

Both file included.

Thanks friends , yes I compressed it, now it is 30+ Mb only.

regards
Pankaj
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03 Sep 2012   #8
centaur78

Windows 7 ultimate x64
 
 

Pankaj

the bootlog is corrupt....

once you do step 2..... Exit the process monitor properly and then reboot your system

you had kept it open while rebooting....thats why it got corrupt
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03 Sep 2012   #9
thepankajnegi

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by centaur78 View Post
Pankaj

the bootlog is corrupt....

once you do step 2..... Exit the process monitor properly and then reboot your system

you had kept it open while rebooting....thats why it got corrupt

oh, shall I follow the same process again to generate it, in addition to close it before restart ? ?
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03 Sep 2012   #10
centaur78

Windows 7 ultimate x64
 
 

Yes please do
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