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I know you can somehow print Windows booting sequence messages, you know, such as loading ntoskrnl.exe, hal.dll and so when Windows is booting withoug GUI into file, but I can´t find how. Please, help. Thank.

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Press F8 before Windows starts and select Enable Boot Logging.

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Open run and type: 'msconfig' In the boot tab there is a 'No Gui Boot' and a 'Boot Log' option. Ensure that both are checked. Hit apply then reboot. If that doesn't work, or for further information refer to: - ntw1103

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