Did not load driver... Did not load driver.... Did not load driver.... I'M SICK OF IT!!! Here's the story: I'm running XP/Service Pack 3 - Things were running mildly quirky, so I decided to re-install Windows... No big deal, I booted up from the Windows Disk and ran the 'repair windows' program... OK, so far so good... BUT, after completing the install, it took over 90 seconds to boot! - So, I booted again... same thing. And again... same thing... and again. It was predictable. Over a minute-and-a-half staring at a silent, black screen waiting for the little cursor arrow to finally appear? -That's rediculous, right? - Never did that before. So I began tweaking this and that... checked for viruses, defragged, removed registry errors, ran msconfig, tweaked the timing....nothing helped.... So, I generated a bootlog and found 693 lines that started with the 4 words: "Did not load driver" !!! - That's right... SIX HUNDRED AND NINETY THREE TIMES!!! I'm sick of it. - BUT, (now get this) Device Manager tells me that all my drivers are properly installed and working correctly. SO WHAT THE f IS GOING ON HERE?? - I found an on-line hint telling me to defrag my boot sector by typing "Rundll32.exe advapi32.dll,ProcessIdleTasks" in START/RUN... so I did. Well... it sped things up quite nicely; reduced my start up speed to about 18 seconds... that's tolerable; in fact I thought I had the problem licked... but when I ran another BOOTLOG, I found hundreds and hundreds of the same driver load errors! - So, now all I have is a machine that processes the same number of errors in a faster amount of time.
My question is... "HOW CAN I GENERATE A CLEAN BOOT LOG, FREE OF THESE ERRORS?"
Oh, and please don't tell me to reinstall every driver manually... I have tried that several times... It doesn't change the information being sent to boot.ini... AND, like I said before... All the devices work perfectly and show no errors in Device Manager.