vista reboot transcript - what does it mean?

Posted: 01-14-2009, 03:59 AM

ok, well, i installed the version i got from a friend (from anothe
topic) and when vista boots, it flashes through some errors. i retrieve
this by repeatedly pressing pause and enter. this is vista ultimate x6
and has been edited by vlite

everything in brackets are comment

Code
-------------------

[bios loading

intel(R) Boot Agent GE v1.2.4
Copyright (c) 1997-2006, intel cor

PXE-e67: media test failure, check cabl
PXE-M0F: Exiting intel boot agen

...

booting grldr..
resetting the boot drive... suces
turning on gate a20... suces
hard drives: 1, int13: e5ca1b63, int 15: f000f85
get_diskinfo(80), int13/41(80),version=aa300005, int13/48(80),err=0, c/h/s=1
383/1663, sector count/size=156301488/0, int13/08(80),version=0, c/h/s=1023/
55/63, int13/02(80),err=0, lba, c/h/s=16383/255/63, sector count/size=263192
95/51
boot drive=80, int13/4b01(80),err=4b,drive=80, Not C
get_cdinfo(fe), int13/4b01(fe),err=4b,drive=f9, cdrom_drive == ff. [it accualy scrolls through hex values until fe
starting cmain() ... open /default ... int13/41(80),version=aa300005, int13/
8(80),err=0, c/h/s=16383/16/63, sector count/size=156301488/0, int13/08(80),v
rsion=0, c/h/s=1023/255/63, int13/02(80),err=0, failure


.... [flash of a box, too fast to pause

booting 'windows vista

acp
vista loader 2.1.

done
fallback
find --set-root /bootmg
(hd0,0
filesystem type is ntfs, partition type 0x
chainloader /bootmg
will boot ntldr from drive=0x80, partition=0x0(hidden sectors=0x800

...

[vista loads

-------------------
it boots up fine, but i am worried about where it says "resetting boo
drive", "failure", and "fallback".

i like this version as it doesn't contain any bloatware from my restor
cd; and as i have a real vista license, the legality doesnt bother m
either

--
silverhawk184

vista reboot transcript - what does it mean?


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Richard G. Harper [MVP]
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Re: vista reboot transcript - what does it mean?
Posted: 01-14-2009, 10:57 AM
That's not a valid Vista boot sequence, undoubtedly whatever was done to
"produce" the "version" you're running has replaced the boot loader
sequence. The cure is to run a proper and valid copy of Windows.

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"silverhawk184" <guest@unknown-email.com> wrote in message
news:0293cdf9347e829f934782caba8e8df8@nntp-gateway.com...
>
> ok, well, i installed the version i got from a friend (from another
> topic) and when vista boots, it flashes through some errors. i retrieved
> this by repeatedly pressing pause and enter. this is vista ultimate x64
> and has been edited by vlite.
>
> everything in brackets are comments
>
> Code:
> --------------------
>
> [bios loading]
>
> intel(R) Boot Agent GE v1.2.40
> Copyright (c) 1997-2006, intel corp
>
> PXE-e67: media test failure, check cable
> PXE-M0F: Exiting intel boot agent
>
> ....
>
> booting grldr...
> resetting the boot drive... sucess
> turning on gate a20... sucess
> hard drives: 1, int13: e5ca1b63, int 15: f000f859
> get_diskinfo(80), int13/41(80),version=aa300005, int13/48(80),err=0,
> c/h/s=16
> 383/1663, sector count/size=156301488/0, int13/08(80),version=0,
> c/h/s=1023/2
> 55/63, int13/02(80),err=0, lba, c/h/s=16383/255/63, sector
> count/size=2631928
> 95/512
> boot drive=80, int13/4b01(80),err=4b,drive=80, Not CD
> get_cdinfo(fe), int13/4b01(fe),err=4b,drive=f9, cdrom_drive == ff.
> [it accualy scrolls through hex values until fe]
> starting cmain() ... open /default ... int13/41(80),version=aa300005,
> int13/4
> 8(80),err=0, c/h/s=16383/16/63, sector count/size=156301488/0,
> int13/08(80),ve
> rsion=0, c/h/s=1023/255/63, int13/02(80),err=0, failure.
>
>
> .... [flash of a box, too fast to pause]
>
> booting 'windows vista'
>
> acpi
> vista loader 2.1.2
>
> done!
> fallback 1
> find --set-root /bootmgr
> (hd0,0)
> filesystem type is ntfs, partition type 0x7
> chainloader /bootmgr
> will boot ntldr from drive=0x80, partition=0x0(hidden sectors=0x800)
>
> ....
>
> [vista loads]
>
> --------------------
> it boots up fine, but i am worried about where it says "resetting boot
> drive", "failure", and "fallback".
>
> i like this version as it doesn't contain any bloatware from my restore
> cd; and as i have a real vista license, the legality doesnt bother me
> either.
>
>
> --
> silverhawk184
Phillips
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Re: vista reboot transcript - what does it mean?
Posted: 01-15-2009, 03:42 AM
just fix the vista boot sequence... google for 'vista boot repair' or 'vista
fixboot /mbr' or some such
also, your friend might have preinstalled Intel chipset drivers for his
machine and yours are different... update drivers according to your specs
Michael

"silverhawk184" <guest@unknown-email.com> wrote in message
news:0293cdf9347e829f934782caba8e8df8@nntp-gateway.com...
>
> ok, well, i installed the version i got from a friend (from another
> topic) and when vista boots, it flashes through some errors. i retrieved
> this by repeatedly pressing pause and enter. this is vista ultimate x64
> and has been edited by vlite.
>
> everything in brackets are comments
>
> Code:
> --------------------
>
> [bios loading]
>
> intel(R) Boot Agent GE v1.2.40
> Copyright (c) 1997-2006, intel corp
>
> PXE-e67: media test failure, check cable
> PXE-M0F: Exiting intel boot agent
>
> ....
>
> booting grldr...
> resetting the boot drive... sucess
> turning on gate a20... sucess
> hard drives: 1, int13: e5ca1b63, int 15: f000f859
> get_diskinfo(80), int13/41(80),version=aa300005, int13/48(80),err=0,
> c/h/s=16
> 383/1663, sector count/size=156301488/0, int13/08(80),version=0,
> c/h/s=1023/2
> 55/63, int13/02(80),err=0, lba, c/h/s=16383/255/63, sector
> count/size=2631928
> 95/512
> boot drive=80, int13/4b01(80),err=4b,drive=80, Not CD
> get_cdinfo(fe), int13/4b01(fe),err=4b,drive=f9, cdrom_drive == ff.
> [it accualy scrolls through hex values until fe]
> starting cmain() ... open /default ... int13/41(80),version=aa300005,
> int13/4
> 8(80),err=0, c/h/s=16383/16/63, sector count/size=156301488/0,
> int13/08(80),ve
> rsion=0, c/h/s=1023/255/63, int13/02(80),err=0, failure.
>
>
> .... [flash of a box, too fast to pause]
>
> booting 'windows vista'
>
> acpi
> vista loader 2.1.2
>
> done!
> fallback 1
> find --set-root /bootmgr
> (hd0,0)
> filesystem type is ntfs, partition type 0x7
> chainloader /bootmgr
> will boot ntldr from drive=0x80, partition=0x0(hidden sectors=0x800)
>
> ....
>
> [vista loads]
>
> --------------------
> it boots up fine, but i am worried about where it says "resetting boot
> drive", "failure", and "fallback".
>
> i like this version as it doesn't contain any bloatware from my restore
> cd; and as i have a real vista license, the legality doesnt bother me
> either.
>
>
> --
> silverhawk184
 
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