I think this issue needs to be looked into. If problems occur you'll know which program is causing the issue. This process makes your computer run like it did when it was new. I am a little concerned about the user profile service errors or am I worrying over nothing there. I have tried most of the things you suggest here and still it persists. Your first choice in the list will be to update the driver software.
I also read that it may be a ram problem which I used memtest to check and I let it pass overnight 8-9 passes and still nothing please help as I'm completely confused as to why this could be happening. It was taking close to 20 mins to stop doing whatever it was doing to function without freezing, stalling and being down right frustrating. Step 3: What operating system is your computer running? After that all is fine again. Microsoft is calling for users to share feedback about any bugs that they experience with this patch. I'll update if the problem comes back. You may also have unnecessary programs that boot up during Windows boot. The truth is that there are a few programs that make this process extremely easy for you and do a much better job if you are willing to spend a little bit of money for them.
If you have a slower drive, the process takes longer than it would if you had a faster one. A response from someone at Microsoft would be good here, if just to say why the startup boot screen color is green now instead of the usual blue screen like it used to be. Dylan April 27, 2010 at 11:42 pm Wow, I am so happy I found this web page! I am not sure about raid as not very experienced with this so I wouldn't know where to look. Go into Control Panel and click on Uninstall A Program to open the list of currently installed applications. Set the value to 2 and reboot. I unchecked the printer share box, plus I turn off my printer at start up, and as of this morning I no longer want to throw my computer out the window. My boot up times are a bit random sometimes so the issue might come back.
Restart and notice the amazing change in boot up speed. Turn on your computer and follow the steps in the tutorial 3. September 2, 2011 at 12:27 am Ive read all the information and have tried all of them except the cache thing hoping to do it soon. Disconnected network drives I am using networked drives all the time. To do this, right click on My Computer, Properties, Tools, Defragment. Go into the prefetch folder and delete all the files Careful! Re: suggestions from simrick I am the only user and so have Administrator rights. Now click on the tools tab.
But will update windows now to see if it improves as I got a few actions to sort out with updates will keep you posted on my progress. That being said; they are some of the most effective ways to increase performance and decrease boot times. I run windows xp and have had tons of issues mostly that when I click on any of the icons on my home page of my computer it takes forever for anything to open up. This will bring up the Run menu: Type in Eventvwr. Step 4: Untick Turn on fast startup recommended. Adding random access memory Installing additional memory to the computer helps increase the overall speed of the computer and in some cases can decrease the boot up times.
It should be noted that this page only covers a slow computer boot time; not what to do if your. My pc always boots up just taking a long time to do so plus my Avg updates as soon as desktop appears. Usually, when you have a problem, it's a good idea to start your own thread, so as not to confuse things. Step 2: Had at least once run the antivirus software and removed the suspicious software on your computer. I tried disabling all non essential applications from the Task manager. Something that Redmond has known for a few weeks now, and has been trying to track down and fix. I see a mouse pointer and the mouse is active and can be moved.
Install them one at a time. Read the reviews and see what can work for you. Anyway, just my thought here. Works like it should now, swift and easy. The 2nd time you boot it should boot much faster.
It works in a similar manner as Hibernation. To check and clean your system of spyware there are three free programs that I highly recommend: 1. As I said, after I am able to log in, I do not have any such problem. I tried disabling all non essential applications from the Task manager. This is because this feature is also used to speed up the loading of boot files. My pc is a laptop with switchable graphics.
After I disabled fast startup and tried cold booting my laptop again, there was no considerable difference. You can double-click on the specific device topic and then right click on the specific device with the problem. Subsequent boots will run much faster since the sludge of programs has been removed, and only new ones are in the cache. Then, I click to show the password and it takes some more time to load. My hp takes forever to start up, I keep getting that annoying little rotating circle forever, I cannot disable hp support, it crashes at will. Hardware upgrades We saved these options for last because they have a cost to the user associated with them.
Here, we picked up the most efficient way to from receiving and installing any new update for you. Usually 4 to 5 minutes It used to boot under 30 seconds before so I don't know what went wrong here. My system starts up showing dummy icons on the desktop. I posted a question yesterday and havent got an answer yet. Depending on how many updates need to be reinstalled, I'd do just a few at a time. Can it be an update, as I never had this issue before neither with Windows 8? The error you describe has to do with permissions, and a reset will not fix that I don't think. I would love for Meg Whitman to see this comment and respond.