What you are seeing is NORMAL, and it has to do with load times and your hard disk speed.
I say that because I have 2 computers here running W7 Home Prem. X64. Each had a mechanical hard drive replaced by an SSD.
Let me explain more,
System 1, a 2 1/2 year old computer. It has a WD 750GB 32MB Cache, and with all the stuff loading and starting, it took about 3 1/2 minuted to fully boot. System was usable at about 3 minutes. Normal sequence was the BIOS screen, the W7 dots becoming the flag, a period of black screen, then the Welcome and eventually the desktop populating, and finally programs starting and the Systray population.
This system is all SATA II and I put in a 115GB SSD and cloned over the OS partition to it.
It not boots in less than 40 seconds. Same display characteristics, BIOS, W7 dots to flag, very short black screen and W7 blue Welcome, and desktop and Systray populate almost immediately.
System 2, a 4 month old computer, SATA III drives. Original 1TB drive booted in 1 1/2 minutes. Same visual effects seen. System since it is newer really has not been loaded with a lot of 'junk' yet.
Put in a 128GB SSD and cloned over the OS partition. Less than 30 seconds to a fully usable system. This is so fast, that the visual display items are quite different. BIOS screen is up and gone in seconds. Very hard to hit F2 and get into the BIOS, it takes a few tries sometimes. The Dots to Flag screen never completed the flag, only starts it... Black screen, very briefly, unless there are system updates to be installed (Windows uses this time/screen to do that). Blue Welcome screen, RARELY seen, and if seen (I suspect during updates) only briefly. Desktop population is immediate, and the Systray fills very fast.
So what is the difference, the SPEED of the disk that the OS and apps are loaded from.
I suspect you've loaded some program that just takes time... although stopping everything from loading at start should help here. One other place to look IS SCHEDULED TASKS... many start at boot time... and it could be the DEFRAG running or something like that.
I'd run CHKDSK on all drives to be sure it isn't a drive error.
Other things to try, use READYBOOST and see if that helps...
Oh, the files not loading, could all be normal too. The VGA.SYS I know is. That is the video driver of last resort. If you do NOT load another, you are loading the NVIDIA drivers, it will load.
The NDProxy.sys, could be because you have more than one Network Device or re-installed sometime the drivers. Basically they found nothing to do and 'quit'.
Some links to look at though,
http://answers.microsoft.com/e.....526b958c73 (Get the AUTORUNS from here and see what that shows too).