|30 Aug 2013||#1|
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Interesting problem with xbootmgr itself (WPT)
For some reason, about 5 minutes after a great Windows 7 boot-up (2.10 mins total), xbootmgr starts running a trace. The countdown trace screen comes up, counts down 130 seconds then comes up with active logger, user, and registry error notifications. This happens every time I reboot.
If I rename xbootmgSleep.exe to .old, it doesn't happen. No other problems, really. Any ideas? Why is xbootmgr "running" in the background? How do I stop it?
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