1.    11 Sep 2016 #1


    I am seeing 5 entries in Windows Boot Log with this:
    BOOTLOG_NOT_LOADED \Systemroot\system32\drivers\dxgkrnl.sys
    Seems Windows is trying 5 times to load the file, but if fails.

    I have been looking around and this file is Direct X related.

    How to correct this or how to delete the entry ?
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  2.    11 Sep 2016 #2

    This seems to be aligned with Nvidia graphics drivers. Are you running the latest version of those drivers? According to monitoring tool, that is 372.70 for GeForce cards at this moment (other versions apply to different Nvidia GPUs and devices). Hopefully, a driver update will fix your problems...
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  3.    12 Sep 2016 #3

    Hi EdTitel,
    I do not think it is NVidia Related.
    I have installed very recent Drivers 372.70.
    I did run the DxDiag and it says there are no problems.
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  4.    14 Sep 2016 #4

    OK, that eliminates the most obvious cause. There's an interesting discussion over at that you should probably check out. Let me know if any of this helps.
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  5.    15 Sep 2016 #5

    Hi EdTitel,
    Thank you.
    It is a "old" issue and I am not alone.
    I am getting tired of this, doing the job that MS should do before they deliver something.
    I will give up on all researches aiming to solve performance issues. solving Event Viewer regarding Permissions for DCOM and Imersive shell. I had solved these Event errors, a tedious and time consuming work, and next did a in-place upgrade to the AU update and see there, these Permission errors were back again, that means, MS is not even checking the Event Viewer.
    I will just roll-back to 1511 and see if the problem is also present.
    I if it is still there and performance is also poor, I will roll-back to 8.1.
    I will not be a "slave" of the OS. I need it to Work, not to prevent me from Working.
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  6.    15 Sep 2016 #6

    Well said, Adalwar! Well said! words to live by. Best of luck with getting things sorted out.
      My ComputersSystem Spec


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