Very Intermitant Boot Stalls.

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    We solve half of installation problems by wiping the HD of boot code which can interfere with many different things.

    If you provided drivers for a driver-complete OS from some 3rd party source then that's another red flag. Windows 8 doesn't even have user participation with drivers following advancements developed in Windows 7. Are you going to force XP methods onto that OS too? Good luck with that.

    You can refine your boot trace by Gathering a Startup, Shutdown, Sleep, Hibernate, or Reboot Trace - Windows 7 Forums.

    I'm not sure why you posted here since you seem to know so much more than we do. That attitude won't get you much help here, and exactly zero from the top experts in their field who are in residence here and might otherwise be called upon.

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       #12

    gregrocker said:
    We solve half of installation problems by wiping the HD of boot code which can interfere with many different things.

    If you provided drivers for a driver-complete OS from some 3rd party source then that's another red flag. Windows 8 doesn't even have user participation with drivers following advancements developed in Windows 7. Are you going to force XP methods onto that OS too? Good luck with that.

    You can refine your boot trace by Gathering a Startup, Shutdown, Sleep, Hibernate, or Reboot Trace - Windows 7 Forums.

    I'm not sure why you posted here since you seem to know so much more than we do. That attitude won't get you much help here, and exactly zero from the top experts in their field who are in residence here and might otherwise be called upon.

    Unsubscribed.

    May be but I am, I am Retired Computer/Electronic Eng and never had a boot problem like this before, and being so intermittent its hard to trace, Plus I do object in being treated as a NewBie. as I have been in the game some 30+ years.


    But thanks for the link to the Windows 7 SDK thing.
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       #13

    Boot Stalling FIXED


    Big Ben said:
    Boot Problems

    Was running XP/W7 as a dual boot system, Windows 7 Pro all ways booted OK, but it was not really loaded with software, in the last few months XP is halting on loading hard drive at about 90% of the boot process it stalls, Hard Drive Led active though.

    Removed XP and did a clean install of W7, this is doing the same thing get Widows starting screen lots of hard drive activity then halts at about 90%, then some times the Hard Drive Led flashes ever few seconds, windows dose not run just shows stating screen.

    Part off ntbtlog.txt boot log shoes were is stops after loading USBSTOR.SYS

    Here when its working it carries on with these next drivers.

    Loaded driver \SystemRoot\system32\drivers\hidusb.sys
    Loaded driver \SystemRoot\system32\DRIVERS\LHidFilt.Sys
    Loaded driver \SystemRoot\system32\DRIVERS\mouhid.sys
    Loaded driver \SystemRoot\system32\DRIVERS\LMouFilt.Sys


    NOTE: the Boot stall happens may be once a day or once in 3 or 4 days allway boots the second try, its not just the first boot of the Day, have since replaced the hard drive and the PSU, memtest86 OK..


    Asrock Z68 Pro3-M mobo Intel i5 2500K 4Gb G-skill, not over clock yet, need to get a better fan Lots of USB devices connected all but one self powered, 1Tb USB3 Imation portable drive.

    Virua app Kespersky 2013 and Free Comodo


    Any thing I can do to track this bug down

    Thanks

    Turned out it due to a Very Buggy USB3 Driver.
    The Etron EJ168a drivers seem to have problems from lots of Web reports, I must have updated the driver to 1.0.118 or 1.0.119 this is what is causing the Intermittent boot problem, backed out to 1.0.114 or 1.0.115 the problem is gone.


    I have noticed that the Etron EJ168A Windows 10 driver is now made by Microsoft.?

    The Driver was failing under XP and WIN 7
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