progress bar) I recieve a message on a blue screen that says "Aborted." and nothing
else. The screen is not the BSOD. It resembles the screen you get when you run chkdsk
at next boot. After this the screen goes black for a second. Then the Welcome screen
comes on and windows finishes loading normally. No other performance issues or problems
I would like to know what is being aborted and how I can stop this message from appearing.
So far I havn't been able to find any help online even from microsoft's Knowledge
Base. I have used my "System Mechanic 6" to check the start up programs. I looked
in the Startup Folder, all the "run" keys in the registry as mentioned in the article,
scheduled tasks, msconfig, and all my other programs that can be set to run at startup.
(maybe i missed something?) I can't find anything.
I suspect that somewhere in the system a process, program, or system utility may
have been enabled at every boot with a blank or corrupt entry, or had been set to
run only if certain parameters are met (sort of like some defrag programs can be
set to only defrag at a certain amount of framentation).
I recently tried starting in safe mode and the problem wasn't duplicated. In another forum (annoyances.org) someone suggested I check the RAID or SCSI Hardware or Software. There aren't any installed that I am aware of.
The attached file is my bootlog from my previous restart.