What about disabling these drivers? I can remember that there were times of how long the drivers take to load, but that could be from something else. What is the make and model of the computer? You can then reboot in to Safe Mode and review the log file named ntbootlog. I've done scans with antivirus, hijack this, malware bytes, and all the other required programs. I have gone through extensive search for error with multiple reinstalls, same result always. This error is usually due to system version incompatibility. Service Pack 1 7 12 2015 18:55:28. Here is the most recent boot log with normal startup settings selected in mscongif: Service Pack 2 6 4 2009 20:11:18.
Can you help me resolving this, please? If you need more help, please reply and we will be glad to help you. At first everything was fine, but now the boot is very slow with the icons taking ages to appear on the desktop and the taskbar. I am able to open task manager. The other times it boots just fine and very fast. The driver is part of the core of DirectX Video. When I saw your post and noticed your location I realized that this was a late-night cry for help. But again, I understand that the error you shared, is pointing towards the graphics card.
Sometimes it will hang for several attempts in a row; sometimes not at all for a while. But yes, I do have norton as my current anti virus and I did have a problem with it. It will not log during the next reboot unless you enable it again from Safe Mode. I have file sharing turned off though and I don't have any of the computers setup to share files, I do sync via bluetooth with my phone though. That can explain drivers not loading for programs that are not compatible with the new O. The issue is with the nvstreamsvc which makes windows hang on boot I hope nvidia fixes the issues asap for people that want a fix until nvidia fix this issue themselves look below. Never the less, I will preform these hardwarre tests.
My normal startup takes about 20 seconds to get the Start screen. Sometimes they never git it right from the get. I don't know how to manually update my drivers, as I don't even know what I own. Boot log below with the above-mentioned drivers in bold, for reference. Ya weren't born with it and ya won't die with it, in all probability. If you are unable to fix the problem, you may need to have a Computer shop troubleshoot the problem for you. I can't seem to figure out how to update DirectX.
Are the deep scans coming back clean? Sorry, forgot to answer your questions. Hi Jack, I have gone through the logs you posted and dxgkrnl. What could be potential issues and fixes? I don't even use direct X, no games, just internet and movies. More than likely the problem will be toward the end of the file since that was the last item logged before crashing. If so, this driver is either not up to date, or corrupted.
Also seeing as windows install from boot carry the same error, its not software related. The startup app also taking lot of time to appear first time. I can still access the disk, by booting into Linux. Found nothing which could delay startup. Eventually you will be able to isolate the item s causing slow boot time and know what you need to fix. Explorer is already running and the black screen remains. That's why I say it appears to be pretty random.
More software capability takes better hardware to use. This does has influence on the boot time, because it takes more time to find the drivers. So my computer says that BootLogging is enabled. I can get in to safe mode and have switched on boot enabling but still cant find ntbootlog. I used safe mode to restore to the previous back up about 2 - 3 weeks ago. If you dont have, you kaked, try borrowing an xp pocket xp from someone, it will only allow you to access your admin user control for you to backup your work.
My computer startup is running very very slow. Screen looks nice now, but shurely I don't have the full power now of the build-in graphic card. I guess the solution is disabling features in bios, but which ones? What might be causing the sytem just to get here and no further? Then I read about turning off. Unfortunately I didn't found solution that works for me so I'm asking here. Moreover, during the windows logo bootup, I still notice that the screen blinks and the loading becomes slower and of a lower resolution, and it starts to stutter, as if its lagging or something. The ndproxy driver is displayed under non plug and play though but under the startup type it is selected as demand, not boot. But surprisingly it didn't help.
So, i have a problem while booting windows vista home professional. You can untick and tick checkboxes to debug what the problem is. Choose the package corresponding to your Windows version. I've removed almost all the automatic start up items, defragged and. Check if you can uninstall the Crimson Edition from the control panel. Startup time always took about 2-3 seconds. I noticed that the boot phase has slowed down in these months.