MagicAndre1981

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

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How large is your System restore used space for drive C:? 1 hotfix should fix issues when the there are too many system restore points. Maybe you still use too many points.

I personally haven't used System Restore ever on this computer, and I did install that hotfix. And I don't know if it is coincidental or not, but my System Restore is not working right now.

Here is what I get:

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Like I said, I don't know if it is a coincidence or not, but I thought that I would post it.

Thanks,

SonofNun

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How large is your System restore used space for drive C:? 1 hotfix should fix issues when the there are too many system restore points. Maybe you still use too many points.

Hi MagicAndre,

I'm not sure whether if you are referring to me on your last post, but as you can see in the attached image I only have a restore point

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also checking by checking "shore more restore points" and my hard dis has 15 gigabytes free space.

kind regards,

Allan

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I personally haven't used System Restore ever on this computer, and I did install that hotfix. And I don't know if it is coincidental or not, but my System Restore is not working right now.

Here is what I get:

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I've never seen this, but google a bit:

https://encrypted.google.com/#sclient=psy-ab&hl=en&source=hp&q=System+restore+0x80042302&pbx=1&oq=System+restore+0x80042302&aq=f&aqi=&aql=1&gs_sm=e&gs_upl=223603l226356l3l226596l15l15l0l0l0l12l427l4133l0.3.4.6.1l14l0&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_cp.,cf.osb&fp=a5a28ec1f8a9e30a&biw=1673&bih=903

@Allan

I mean the space assigned by the computer protection. What is the size?

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@both of you

what are your pagefile setting? Do you let Windows configure the size?

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Thanks, I fixed my System restore problem.

I told it to use a GB for that stuff.

And Windows does manage my page file. It currently has it set to almost 4GB

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try to set the pagefile size your own. Set a value of RAM size + 300MB for start and end size so that the size never changes.

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@Allan

I mean the space assigned by the computer protection. What is the size?

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@both of you

what are your pagefile setting? Do you let Windows configure the size?

Hi MagicAndre,

here it is a screen capture of my pagefile and my system restore size

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have to mentioned that the drive E: which it set to Windows Vista, it is not installed anymore, since I decided to keep windows 7

as my default operating system.

By the way, I have windows 7 x64 bits and 3 gigas of ram, since in the near future I'm gonna increase the ram, so that is why I've x64 bits operating system

kind regards,

Allan

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Do the same like I advised to SonofNun. Set thepagefile size manually (to a fixed size) and try again.

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Do the same like I advised to SonofNun. Set thepagefile size manually (to a fixed size) and try again.

Same error as always MagicAndre, I don't know what is going wrong with my system

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kind regards,

Allan

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After doing that, mine works . . . Sort of.

Now it completes the trace without any errors, but when I try to analyze the trace, I get the following error:

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Any ideas?

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@allan

set the pagefile on C:, not D:

@SonofNun

xperf lost some data. This happens if the HDD is very busy. Click ok and look at the disk graph. It should be near to 100% most of the time.

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It didn't appear to be at full the whole time. Just for a little at the beginning 1/5th. then it was around normal. Either way, what do I do to fix it?

Thanks,

SonofNun

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ignore it.

With xperf 4.8 you have a graph "boot phase" When is the boot finished? Is it better compared to the old trace at the beginning?

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I am not sure that I am following you. There is no graph in the etl labeled Boot Phase.

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zip and upload the latest ETL.

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@allan

set the pagefile on C:, not D:

I'm almost to give up, not understand what's going on with my system, but I also attached a screen capture

of my internal hard disk, maybe it would help in the analyze of this problem.

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hope this info would help you out trying to understand that

kind regards,

Allan

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