Slow Win98 Startup

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by DC, Jan 27, 2004.

  1. DC

    DC Guest

    Hi folks. I need a bit of help in troubleshooting this slow startup on
    an old Win98 box (00:01:14). Here is the list of delays as output from
    Boot Log Analyser:

    (Watch the wrap...)

    [...]

    16:08:05 2.22 LoadSuccess = C:\WINDOWS\IFSHLP.SYS
    16:08:08 0.28 Loading Vxd = C:\WINDOWS\system\VMM32\IFSMGR.VXD
    16:08:15 0.44 DEVICEINITSUCCESS = VTD
    16:08:15 0.33 DEVICEINIT = NTKERN
    16:08:16 0.28 Loading PNP drivers of Processor support (ROOT\PROCESSOR_UPDATE\0000)
    16:08:21 0.28 Loaded PNP drivers of Standard 101/102-Key or Microsoft Natural Keyboard (ACPI\*PNP0303\0)
    16:08:24 0.44 Loading PNP drivers of VIA Tech 3038 PCI to USB Universal Host Controller (PCI\VEN_1106&DEV_3038&SUBSYS_12340925&REV_
    16:08:26 0.50 Loading PNP drivers of USB Root Hub (USB\ROOT_HUB\PCI&VEN_1106&DEV_3038&SUBSYS_12340925&REV_08&BUS_00&DEV_07&FUNC_02)
    16:08:26 1.06 Starting USB Root Hub (USB\ROOT_HUB\PCI&VEN_1095&DEV_0673&SUBSYS_06731095&REV_06&BUS_00&DEV_08&FUNC_00)
    16:08:27 0.50 DEVICEINIT = IOS
    16:08:32 0.61 Started D-Link AirPlus DWL-520+ Wireless PCI Adapter (PCI\VEN_104C&DEV_8400&SUBSYS_3B011186&REV_00\BUS_00&DEV_0A&FUNC
    16:08:34 14.17 Starting TCP/IP (NETWORK\MSTCP\0002)
    16:08:49 0.28 DEVICEINITSUCCESS = VDEF
    16:08:49 0.50 Initing esdi_506.pdr
    16:08:50 0.33 Initing esdi_506.pdr
    16:08:50 0.50 Init Success esdi_506.pdr
    16:08:53 0.28 Dynamic load success C:\WINDOWS\system\serial.vxd
    16:08:54 6.06 INITCOMPLETE = AVGCORE
    16:09:00 0.28 Dynamic load device vjoyd.vxd
    16:09:00 0.39 Dynamic load device sb16.vxd
    16:09:01 0.67 Dynamic load failed naapi.vxd : [000FF7BE] File not found
    16:09:04 14.28 InitDone = TSRQuery (time estimated)

    [...]

    The main culprits appear to be

    16:08:34 14.17 Starting TCP/IP (NETWORK\MSTCP\0002)
    16:09:04 14.28 InitDone = TSRQuery (time estimated)

    The system is a p133 on a (wireless) LAN set up to use DHCP from a Netgear
    router.

    Ideas?

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  2. DC

    °Mike° Guest

    On 27 Jan 2004 16:51:55 GMT, in
    <>
    DC scrawled:

    >Hi folks. I need a bit of help in troubleshooting this slow startup on
    >an old Win98 box (00:01:14). Here is the list of delays as output from
    >Boot Log Analyser:
    >
    >(Watch the wrap...)
    >
    >[...]


    <snip>

    >16:08:34 14.17 Starting TCP/IP (NETWORK\MSTCP\0002)

    <snip>
    >16:09:04 14.28 InitDone = TSRQuery (time estimated)
    >
    >[...]
    >
    >The main culprits appear to be
    >
    >16:08:34 14.17 Starting TCP/IP (NETWORK\MSTCP\0002)
    >16:09:04 14.28 InitDone = TSRQuery (time estimated)
    >
    >The system is a p133 on a (wireless) LAN set up to use DHCP from a Netgear
    >router.
    >
    >Ideas?


    See if this helps, DC.

    XCLN: Troubleshooting Startup of Windows Client Using TCP/IP
    http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=155048

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  3. DC

    DC Guest

    °Mike° wrote in <>:
    > On 27 Jan 2004 16:51:55 GMT, in
    > <>
    > DC scrawled:


    >>Hi folks. I need a bit of help in troubleshooting this slow startup on
    >>an old Win98 box (00:01:14). Here is the list of delays as output from
    >>Boot Log Analyser:


    [...]

    >>The main culprits appear to be


    >>16:08:34 14.17 Starting TCP/IP (NETWORK\MSTCP\0002)
    >>16:09:04 14.28 InitDone = TSRQuery (time estimated)


    >>The system is a p133 on a (wireless) LAN set up to use DHCP from a Netgear
    >>router.


    >>Ideas?


    > See if this helps, DC.


    > XCLN: Troubleshooting Startup of Windows Client Using TCP/IP
    > http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=155048


    Hmmm. No, it didn't, but this might:
    http://www.unex.com.tw/Support/FAQ/NICs/answer2.html

    I'm gonna try it and will report back the results.

    Thanks anyway, Mike. }:O)

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  4. DC

    °Mike° Guest

    On 27 Jan 2004 17:52:38 GMT, in
    <>
    DC scrawled:

    >°Mike° wrote in <>:
    >> On 27 Jan 2004 16:51:55 GMT, in
    >> <>
    >> DC scrawled:

    >
    >>>Hi folks. I need a bit of help in troubleshooting this slow startup on
    >>>an old Win98 box (00:01:14). Here is the list of delays as output from
    >>>Boot Log Analyser:

    >
    >[...]
    >
    >>>The main culprits appear to be

    >
    >>>16:08:34 14.17 Starting TCP/IP (NETWORK\MSTCP\0002)
    >>>16:09:04 14.28 InitDone = TSRQuery (time estimated)

    >
    >>>The system is a p133 on a (wireless) LAN set up to use DHCP from a Netgear
    >>>router.

    >
    >>>Ideas?

    >
    >> See if this helps, DC.

    >
    >> XCLN: Troubleshooting Startup of Windows Client Using TCP/IP
    >> http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=155048

    >
    >Hmmm. No, it didn't, but this might:
    >http://www.unex.com.tw/Support/FAQ/NICs/answer2.html
    >
    >I'm gonna try it and will report back the results.
    >
    >Thanks anyway, Mike. }:O)


    Ok, good luck.

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  5. DC

    DC Guest

    °Mike° wrote in <>:
    > DC scrawled:
    >>°Mike° wrote in <>:
    >>> DC scrawled:


    >>>>Hi folks. I need a bit of help in troubleshooting this slow startup on
    >>>>an old Win98 box (00:01:14). Here is the list of delays as output from
    >>>>Boot Log Analyser:


    >>>>The main culprits appear to be


    >>>>16:08:34 14.17 Starting TCP/IP (NETWORK\MSTCP\0002)
    >>>>16:09:04 14.28 InitDone = TSRQuery (time estimated)


    >>>>The system is a p133 on a (wireless) LAN set up to use DHCP from a Netgear
    >>>>router.


    >>> See if this helps, DC.


    >>> XCLN: Troubleshooting Startup of Windows Client Using TCP/IP
    >>> http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=155048


    >>Hmmm. No, it didn't, but this might:
    >>http://www.unex.com.tw/Support/FAQ/NICs/answer2.html


    >>I'm gonna try it and will report back the results.


    >>Thanks anyway, Mike. }:O)


    > Ok, good luck.


    My link sorta worked.

    It cut the boot time significantly -- but I lost connectivity. }:O)

    I set a dedicated IP and subnet for the wireless box
    (192.168.0.2/255.255.255.0) in TCP/IP prefs and reserved this IP for
    this specific box in the router config. No dice.

    It *should* have worked. Dammit.

    Back to the drawing board[1], I guess.

    [1] Or "drawring", depending on your side of the pond. };O)

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