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cant find bootlog.txt in NT4

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i cant find the bootlog.txt file in nt workstation 4,in peter norton book
on nt4 he say's it should be on your root drive but it is not and i tried
to find it on another two m/c's with nt 4 but no luck.
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I have checked my NT workstation.  The only bootlog.txt file is in my windows 3.11 directory.  I would assume that NT does not create this file.
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i think mr peter may have got this wrong ,he has written another book
on win 95 which does create a bootlog.txt.and this book appears to be
the same as nt with some additional pages added for nt,so there you have it, some much for it experts.
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