|19 Mar 2012||#21|
Boot trace Failure
I was following your tutorial to start a boot trace with xbootmgr and i ran into a pit fall. xbootmgr did not even get to the stage of restarting my system to create the trace. Instead i got a pop up saying "Could not register for callback at next boot."
I checked to see if a log file was created and on my root directory i found the xbootmgr log file
[2012/03/17-21:53:39.716] The file 'C:\Windows\system32\cmd' is not a valid callback command.
[2012/03/19-19:23:05.102] Detected Win7RTM physical (ReadyBoot) prefetcher; the SysMain service is auto-started.
[2012/03/19-19:23:05.104] Registering for auto-run with a 120000 msec delay...
[2012/03/19-19:23:05.104] Failed to open auto-run reg key with 0x00000002.
[2012/03/19-19:23:05.104] Could not register for callback at next boot.
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|27 Mar 2012||#25|
Yet again, having followed the tutorial to the letter, I just end up with an error message at the end of the process (after the reboot and the 5' wait for the trace). Am I ever going to get this to work? Any ideas what is wrong this time? The error message is below. Thanks again for any help.
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