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Windows 7: How to make scan results display longer on screen?

01 Mar 2014   #1
pappi

 
How to make scan results display longer on screen?

After checkdisk and other diagnostic scans (and I remember with my old Vista PC, after BSOD), screen shows the result...in nanoseconds, not long enough for even fast reader that I am to read the whole thing. Is there a way to slow down such super evanescent display? Or freeze it?


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01 Mar 2014   #2
MilesAhead

Windows 7 32 bit
 
 

Wintee Free Download

You pipe the output of your command into WinTee. WinTee shows it on the console while also saving to file. See the write-up on the download site.
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01 Mar 2014   #3
Brink

64-bit Windows 10 Pro
 
 

Hello Pappi,

If you like, you could use PowerShell or read the event viewer log for chkdsk to see the results.

Check Disk (chkdsk) - Read Event Viewer Log
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01 Mar 2014   #4
pappi

 

Thanks, Shawn. for the tutorial on chkdsk and Event Viewer/ Power shell. But does it also apply to BSOD display?
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01 Mar 2014   #5
Ztruker

Windows 10 Pro X64
 
 

Are you talking about running chkdsk on reboot? If so I don't think any of the above will work.
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01 Mar 2014   #6
pappi

 

Blue Screen Of Death(BSOD) occurs after crashing usually from Viruses or misconfigured/incompatible drivers or programs or malfunctioning HD and other hardware.

BSOD display is in frightening scary annoying print that cascades through the whole screen and then disappears quickly before anyone can read entirely what the whole debacle is about.

And I think it is logged in Dump file folder which users cannot open, unless user is Brink...or God.
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01 Mar 2014   #7
Golden
Microsoft MVP

Windows 7 Ult. x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by pappi View Post
But does it also apply to BSOD display?
No. The details of the BSOD are contained in a .dmp file that is located in C:\Windows\MiniDump. These files are opened & read using WinDBG, where the contents can be analysed to determine the cause of the BSOD.
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01 Mar 2014   #8
pappi

 

Thanks Golden.

But I just realized my C:\Windows\MiniDump is missing(not listed). With the old Vista I had two dump files. one mini and another not mini(bigger). Are they missing because I have, so far(knock on wood), not experienced BSOD?
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02 Mar 2014   #9
Ztruker

Windows 10 Pro X64
 
 

Yes, the minidump folder is created on the first BSOD.
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02 Mar 2014   #10
pappi

 

Another folder I am denied access even with administrator account is C:\Windows\Logs\CBS which contains the result of sfc /scannow...which I am not so concerned much as I have no clue what to do with and how to read it.

Accidentally, I found out access to it is not denied in Safe Mode with administrator account.. Strange.
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