MagicAndre1981

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

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Windows needs a pagefile to generate dumps when the PC crashes. Play with the size settings until you find a value which is ok. Is the boot now ok if you move the pagefile to C: ?

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Nope, I tried 8gb on C, 4, none and 500mb, but nothing changed at all.

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Post a picture of the key: HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\SESSION MANAGER\MEMORY MANAGEMENT

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Have you disabled the pagefile?

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Please make a new ProcMon boot log when you use a pagefile which is on drive C.

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I had that Idee before I wrote here, so I wrote already in the registry that C and D shoudln't be checked at all.

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Run fsutil dirty query C: and fsutil dirty query D: ad check if one is dirty. This would trigger the chkdsk run.

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I currently have no other idea why autochk runs each time.

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