Bootvis

  Vimal 20:48 07 Apr 2005
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From the forum I have download Bootvis because my bootup is very slow!

What do I do now?

Does anyone have a step by step guide of what I need to do?

Or is there anything better that will do the jod for me?

Thank

  VoG II 20:55 07 Apr 2005

In the menu go to "Trace", select "Next Boot and Driver trace". A "Trace Repetitions" screen will appear, select "Ok" and Reboot.

Upon reboot, BootVis will automatically start, analyze and log your system's boot process. When it's done, in the menu go to "Trace" and select "Optimize System" and Reboot. This time when your system comes up, wait until you see the "Optimizing System" box appear, continue to wait until the process is complete.

  Mr Mistoffelees 21:17 07 Apr 2005

When I run Bootvis I just run optimise system. Will your method produce a better result?

  VoG II 21:31 07 Apr 2005

Um, I confess that I do not know. The above was more or less what I learned (from this site) a long time ago and that's the method that I have used.

  Belatucadrus 00:06 08 Apr 2005

I've never understood the Microsoft disclaimer on bootvis as in my experience, the optomise does improve boot times as measured with a bog standard digital watch. Eliminating the thought that any differences were subjective not objective.

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