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Shows the start time of each step. - Shows the duration of the different events. - Shows the drive path of BOOTLOG.TXT. - Shows the boot drive. -



 

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- Boot Log Analyzer Crack Keygen scans the BOOTLOG.TXT file and displays the log information. - Shows start times of the individual services. - Shows the start time of each step. - Shows the duration of the different events. - Shows the drive path of BOOTLOG.TXT. - Shows the boot drive. - Shows if BOOTLOG.TXT was created by Windows or manually. - Shows the boot mode. - Shows the booting order. - Shows if the boot failed. - Shows the time of failure. - Shows the cause of the failure. - Shows the last line of BOOTLOG.TXT. - Shows the date of last modification of BOOTLOG.TXT. - Shows the file version. - Shows the file size. - Shows the creation date. - Shows the application that created BOOTLOG.TXT. - Allows you to open the BOOTLOG.TXT file for manual viewing. - Shows the file attributes (read, write, execute). - Allows you to print information. - Shows if you have the latest driver. - Shows the location of the driver on the system. - Shows whether the driver is in use. - Shows the drive number for the disk. - Shows if a driver is loaded after a reboot. - Shows the driver version. - Shows the boot mode. - Shows whether a driver was loaded. - Shows if the driver is loaded with a service. - Shows which driver loads first. - Shows which driver loads last. - Shows the duration of driver loading. - Shows if a driver starts with a hot-plug. - Shows the error messages of the driver. - Shows which driver causes the longest delay. - Shows if a driver failed to load. - Shows if a driver caused an error. - Shows the number of times a driver has failed to load. - Shows the percentage of failed drivers. - Shows the failed driver. - Shows the reason why a driver failed to load. - Shows the number of times a driver was loaded. - Shows the number of times a driver was stopped. - Shows whether a driver was stopped. - Shows which driver failed last. - Shows the file where the drivers are stored. - Allows you to sort by date. - Shows the drivers that were loaded.




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