MagicAndre1981

Trace Windows 7 boot/shutdown/hibernate/standby/resume issues

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I have no idea about the sleep issue.

disable the hybrid sleep and use hibernation.

Run RAMMap after Windows is booted, save the data and upload the zipped data. I can't see this from the trace.

My RAMMap file is saved in the same spot as the other files.

Hybrid sleep is disabled and hibernation is just as slow.

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upload a hibernation trace, too.

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upload a hibernation trace, too.

Same spot and password as my other files.

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I can't figure out what is causing the hibernation/sleep issue. Suspending and resuming the devices/apps is fine :unsure:

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I can't figure out what is causing the hibernation/sleep issue. Suspending and resuming the devices/apps is fine :unsure:

Any idea how I can troubleshoot this more?

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ask cluberti, maybe he has an idea.

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Hey, I am back again but this time it's a problem with my Dad's laptop. It starts up rather quick but then if you click anything say firefox for example it will take like 2-5 minutes to actually launch it. I did a boot trace with drivers and got a blue screen so I did one without instead and uploaded it.

http://www.mediafire.com/?bul08d06q4gk2gd

My Dad has had this problem for a long time and we would really love to know if there is something in this trace that show's what is causing it. Thanks

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to see why the programs start slowly run those commands:

xperf -start perf!GeneralProfiles.InSequentialFile

do the slow actions and run

xperf -stop perf!GeneralProfiles.InSequentialFile Perftrace.etl

zip and upload the Perftrace.etl

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Hello i have problem With my fresh Windows 7 x64.

For few days i have problem with starting after hibernate.

I takes about 1 minutes (blank screen) disk do nothing... and after about this 1 minute it cames logon screen with user - i put passwords and its ok.

But this 1 minute blank grrrr.

Can you help? (because i cant do the raport on my notebook - some error with reader) "Boot action failed: Could not locate ExplorerReady event or mark."

This is my files (zip) https://rapidshare.com/files/3792572158/hibernate.zip

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the wlanext.exe causes the delay. Do you use the latest driver for your Karta DW1520 Wireless-N WLAN card? Is your WLAN connect fine?

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I dont have problems with this card.. wifi connect always and stable.

But i dont like this card...

I use this type drivers:

5.60.350.6

2010-05-07

I cant find the newest

I found the broadcom "universal" for this chipset 5.100.57.8

I installed it - we will see.

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what happens if you disconnect the WLAN connection before going to hibernation and disable the automatic connection? Is the resume still slow?

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In new drivers - the same.

When I disconnect the WLAN before hibernation (and disable autoconnect) its the same ;/

Black screen for ~60 sec and then.. logon screen.

Few times logon screen shows immediatelly but FREEZE for about this ~60 sec and then i can logon.

P.S. Even if i hibernate with switch off wifi (right side of my notebook) - its the same!

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can you make a new trace with WLAN disabled/disconnected?

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