File Name: BootConfigComperator
File Submitter: ReTokener
File Submitted: 09 Oct 2020
File Updated: 10 Oct 2020
File Category: Boot tools
You have two different Operating Systems (Windows).
One of them is booting well - the other does not (maybe BlueScreen).
You suspect a missing or incorrect configured boot driver service.
Use BootConfigComperator to compare these startup configurations.
- Make shure you can access the non-booting Windows system.
- Start BootConfigComperator as Administrator. (Win8 and beyond)
Reference 'CurrentControlSet' of your booting system is set to first Input.
- Select [Edit]-[Offline Windows]
- Navigate and select 'Offline Windows' directory.
Active 'ControlSet000n' of remote Windows system is set to second Input.
- Click [Read/Compare/Edit] to see values-table. Look for 'Diverse=1'.
- Select mis-configured boot driver (if any) from the table and press [Run User Func].
- Set new valuename (REG-DWORD) to match correct one.
- Click [OK] to write to Registry.
- Click [Cancel] to open Registry and edit manually.
If any mis-configured driver was the reason for non booting system your problem might be fixed.
- to filter the 'usual suspects' e.g. disk drivers, provide a file with a list,
name it BootConfigComperator.ini to be auto-recognized by the program at start.
- there is a chance to install a sample file [Help]-[Install Config Sample].
- use any config-file of this kind as parameter, e.g. 'BootConfigComperator.exe B:\myConfig.ini'.
- if filter is loaded, it is indicated in the GUI.
- use [Help]-[Debug Mode] to display error messages when loading offline Registry fails.
- to edit 'CurrentControlSet' leave empty second Input.
Hope this helps to get some non booting system started.
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