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Windows 8 DLL File Information - bootux.dll

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General Information

File Description: bootux  
File Version: 6.2.9200.16384 (win8_rtm.120725-1247)  
Company: Microsoft Corporation  
Product Name: Microsoft® Windows® Operating System  
DLL popularity Very Low - 1 other DLL files in system32 directory are statically linked to this file.
File Size: 3,192 KB
Total Number of Exported Functions: 11
Total Number of Exported Functions With Names: 0

Section Headers

Name Virtual Address Raw Data Size % of File Characteristics Section Contains...
.text 0x00001000 102,400 Bytes 3.1% Read, Execute Code
.data 0x0001a000 1,536 Bytes 0.0% Write, Read Initialized Data
.idata 0x0001b000 23,040 Bytes 0.7% Read Initialized Data
.rsrc 0x00021000 3,117,568 Bytes 95.4% Read Initialized Data
.reloc 0x0031b000 23,040 Bytes 0.7% Read, Discardable Initialized Data

Static Linking

bootux.dll is statically linked to the following files:


This means that when bootux.dll is loaded, the above files are automatically loaded too. If one of these files is corrupted or missing, bootux.dll won't be loaded.


List of files that are statically linked to bootux.dll


This means that when one of the above files is loaded, bootux.dll will be loaded too. (The opposite of the previous 'Static Linking' section)


General Resources Information

Resource Type Number of Items Total Size % of File
Icons 33 3,050,634 Bytes 93.3%
Animated Icons 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Cursors 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Animated Cursors 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Bitmaps 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
AVI Files 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Dialog-Boxes 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
HTML Related Files 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Menus 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Strings 226 19,722 Bytes 0.6%
Type Libraries 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Manifest 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
All Others 7 57,650 Bytes 1.8%
Total 266 3,128,006 Bytes 95.7%

Icons in this file

There are 33 icons stored in this DLL file. You can view all these icons in the following small thumbnail:

Cursors in this file

No cursors found in this file


Dialog-boxes list (up to 200 dialogs)

No dialog resources in this file.


String resources in this dll (up to 200 strings)

String ID String Text
201 Back
300 42;Light;none;Segoe UI
301 11;semilight;none;Segoe UI
302 20;Light;none;Segoe UI
303 11;semilight;none;Segoe UI
304 11;semilight;none;Segoe UI
305 11;semilight;none;Segoe UI
306 11;semilight;none;Segoe UI
307 11;semilight;none;Segoe UI
308 20;Light;none;Segoe UI
309 20;Light;none;Segoe UI
310 11;semilight;none;Segoe UI
311 20;Light;none;Segoe UI
312 11;SemiBold;none;Segoe UI
313 20;Light;none;Segoe UI
501 Unexpected error
503 System Image Recovery
504 Recover Windows using a specific system image file
505 Command Prompt
506 Use the Command Prompt for advanced troubleshooting
507 Automatic Repair
508 Fix problems that keep Windows from loading
509 System Restore
510 Use a restore point recorded on your PC to restore Windows
511 Refresh your PC
512 If your PC isn't running well, you can refresh it without losing your files
513 Reset your PC
514 If you want to remove all of your files, you can reset your PC completely
515 Recovery Tool
516 Restore your computer with a tool provided by the OEM
517 Memory diagnostics
518 Check your PC's memory for problems
519 The password is incorrect. Try again.
520 Select an account and login to recover your computer using a system image:
521 Select an account and login to launch System Restore:
522 Select an account and login to refresh your PC:
523 Select an account and login to reset your PC:
524 Select an account and login to launch automatic repair:
525 Select an account and login to open a command prompt window:
526 Select an account and login to continue:
527 Copying boot logs...
528 Boot Logs
529 Boot Logs (%1)
530 The last six digits are incorrect.
531 More than one group of digits is incorrect.
532 The recovery key is incorrect.
533 There isn't a valid recovery key on this drive. Plug in the USB drive you used when you first turned on BitLocker.
534 %1 minute
535 %1 minutes
536 %2 second
537 %2 seconds
538 %1 minutes, %2 seconds
539 %1 minutes, %2 second
540 %1 minute, %2 second
541 %1 minute, %2 seconds
542 {CollectionDefault} will run automatically in %1.
543 Advanced options
544 Startup Settings
545 Change Windows startup behavior
546 UEFI Firmware Settings
547 Change settings in your PC's UEFI firmware
548 On volume %1
549 %1 (on volume %2)
550 Error code: %1!x!
551 On volume %1, from %2
552 %1 (on volume %2, from %3)
1600 Continue
1601 Choose an option
1602 Exit and continue to %1
1603 Use a device
1604 Use a USB drive, network connection, or Windows recovery DVD
1605 Use another operating system
1606 Continue with another installed version of Windows
1608 Troubleshoot
1609 Turn off your PC
1610 See more devices
1612 See more operating systems
1613 Change defaults
1615 Choose a target operating system.
1616 Choose a default operating system
1618 Restart to change UEFI firmware settings
1620 Continue
1621 Options
1622 Change the timer
1623 Choose a default operating system
1624 5 minutes
1625 30 seconds
1626 5 seconds
1632 Choose the language
1633 See more languages
1634 Choose your keyboard layout
1635 See more keyboard layouts
1636 Select account
1637 See more accounts
1638 Forgot your password or don’t see your account?
1639 Forgot your password or don’t see your account?
1640 This list only shows administrator accounts that have previously signed in to this PC, and does not include standard user or domain accounts. You need to be signed in as an administrator to use some repair and restore tools. If you don’t have a password for any of these accounts, you can restart to try signing in to Windows to manage your user accounts.
1641 Enter the password for this account.
1642 Change keyboard layout
1644 Please wait
1645 Troubleshoot
1648 Advanced options
1676 Your PC has more than one drive. Do you want to remove all files from all drives?
1677 Only the drive where Windows is installed
1678 All drives
1679 Insert your Windows installation or recovery media to continue
1681 Verifying
1684 Additional free space is needed on the drive where Windows is installed. Free up some space and try again.
1687 BitLocker
1688 Enter your recovery key
1689 Load your recovery key from a USB device
1690 Skip this drive
1691 Plug in the USB drive that contains the BitLocker recovery key
1693 Press continue to accept changes and boot normally.
1694 Enter the recovery key to get going again
1695 The recovery key is correct
1696 There was a problem
1697 It looks like something didn’t load correctly. Restarting might fix the problem. If this happens more than once, you might also be able to find help by searching online for the specific error code.
1698 Choose an operating system
1700 Refresh or reset your PC, or use advanced tools
1707 Refresh your PC
1709 Make sure your PC is plugged in. This will take a few minutes.
1710 Reset
1711 Cancel
1712 Reset your PC
1716 We cannot refresh your PC and keep your personal files. You can try Advanced Options for other ways to troubleshoot problems with your PC, or you can back up your personal files and completely reset your PC.
1719 Enter password
1721 Choose an account to continue.
1724 Change defaults or choose other options
1725 See more recovery options
1727 Searching
1729 The media inserted is not valid. Try again.
1731 Current setting: %1
1732 Current default: %1
1733 The current default is %1.
1735 Choose other options
1736 Use repair tools, run Windows from another device, or see more options
1742 Automatic Repair
1743 Windows couldn’t load correctly
1744 System Restore can try to restore your PC to an earlier point in time when it worked correctly. This repair will not change personal data, but it might remove some apps that were installed recently. You cannot undo this process.
1745 Restore
1746 Automatic Repair couldn’t repair your PC
1747 Press “Advanced options” to try other options to repair your PC or “Shut down” to turn off your PC.
1748 Restart your PC
1749 Advanced options
1751 Here’s what will happen:
1752 Your files and personalization settings won’t change.
1753 Your PC settings will be changed back to their defaults.
1754 Apps from Windows Store will be kept.
1757 Here’s what will happen:
1758 All of your personal files and apps will be removed.
1759 Your PC settings will be changed back to their defaults.
1763 Please wait
1765 This will remove your personal files and apps from your PC and restore all settings to their defaults. Make sure your PC is plugged in.
1766 Refresh
1767 There was a problem refreshing your PC. No changes were made.
1768 The drive where Windows is installed is locked. Unlock the drive and try again.
1769 There was a problem resetting your PC.
1770 Drive Label: %1
1773 Unlocking
1775 Enter your recovery key manually
1776 You can choose how long to wait before the default operating system runs automatically. The current setting is %1.
1777 Checking
1778 Restart
1779 Next
1780 Which settings will be affected?
1781 Your PC will go back to most of its original settings. However, this won’t affect any choices you made during Windows Welcome, such as computer name and user accounts. In addition, these things will stay the same:
1782 Personalization settings such as your Start Menu background color and Lock Screen picture
1783 Network settings such as your wireless network connections
1784 Libraries settings
1785 Windows Update settings
1786 Customer Experience Improvement Program settings
1787 Windows Error Reporting settings
1788 What will happen to my apps?
1789 Apps that came installed on your PC and apps from the Windows Store will have their settings reset. If you’ve installed apps from other places, such as installation discs or the Internet, you’ll need to install those again after refreshing your PC.
1790 Which files will be affected?
1791 When you reset your PC, the drive will be completely reset, and all your apps and files will be removed from it. Windows will be reinstalled, and you’ll need to change any settings and reinstall any apps that you want to get back after resetting. If you know of any files you don’t want to lose, you should back those files up before beginning.
1792 What if I have multiple drives?
1793 You can choose whether to reset all drives or just the one with Windows installed on it. Any drives that Windows doesn’t recognize, such as those with non-Windows operating systems, won’t be affected at all.
1794 Note: BitLocker drive encryption will be temporarily suspended until this process is done.
1795 Note: BitLocker drive encryption will be turned off.
1796 Shut down
1797 You’re locked out!
1798 Learn more about resetting your PC to factory defaults
1799 Success!
1800 Unlock my device
1802 To refresh your PC, the Users, Program Files, and Windows directories need to be on the same drive. You can choose to completely reset your PC instead, but you should back up your personal files first.
1804 Do you want to fully clean your drive? When you remove your files, you can also clean the drive so that the files can’t be recovered easily. This is more secure, but it takes much longer.
1805 Fully clean the drive
1806 Just remove my files
1808 System disk not found
1809 No hard disk can be detected on the PC, or the hard disk is malfunctioning.
1810 Recovery
1811 It looks like Windows didn’t load correctly
1812 If you’d like to restart and try again, choose “Restart my PC” below. Otherwise, choose “See advanced repair options” for troubleshooting tools and advanced options. If you don’t know which option is right for you, contact someone you trust to help with this.
1813 See advanced repair options
1814 Restart my PC
1817 Startup Settings
1818 Restart to change Windows options such as:
1819 Disable driver signature enforcement

COM Classes/Interfaces

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Exported Functions List

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Imported Functions List

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