How to collect a boot trace on Windows 10 using xbootmgr

Sometimes in support you’ll be asked to collect a boot trace to help troubleshoot slow boot or slow logon scenarios. The symptoms are a long time passes from startup to the CTRL+ALT+DEL or  from CTRL+ALT+DEL to a usable desktop experience. This blog will walk you through the steps needed to do this. While you can …

How to boot trace Windows 10 using the in-box wpr.exe (no install needed) [edited 12/26]

Applies to: Windows 10+, Windows Server 2016+ Target audience: People I support primarily. Anyone who wants to perf like a pro? Starting the trace Simply open an administrative command prompt. Then make a directory (if required) to save your recording in. Enter the command, as you would for a normal WPR trace, but using the …

Exit mobile version