thanks…. On opening any application, the delay is getting worse (now 15-20secs) I have defragged, Deleted Various old/unused programs and even threated the size 10. Now it takes over a hour to do the same thing. Anyway, thanks. his comment is here
I found this when I went to task manager and found "iexplorer" running 4 or 5 times and eating up all the resources. i uncheck A: which was causing the delay in showing up my computer items.. I found if I disabled the Windows Search service, the problem would go away for most folders. By bad luck, we had downloaded ‘Uniblue Registry Booster 2009′. http://windowssecrets.com/forums/showthread.php/155786-Long-delay-when-opening-programs
Eay says March 19, 2008 at 10:57 pm When I double click the ‘My Computer' icon, it opens up pretty fast but takes some time to display the info in My Here are the reasons: 1. Who and on what basis determines how much US pays for UN? Now Stop the service if it is already running by clicking the stop button and select the startup type for the service as disabled. (as shown in the image below)
We donot have financial resources to purchase. This is on windows XP, SP2. But if you unplugged the cable, the program/files works so fast.Hopefully it solves others problem too Adam says November 22, 2008 at 3:44 pm This truly saved me. Sfc /scannow However, any time Windows Search went to touch the mis-directed My Documents directory, it hung for a period of time.
For anyone following this I have corrected the problem. Even though its a few years old its always been quick enough.Recently installed Norton. If boot up time is improved and in my opinion, it should be, get rid of all the registry cleaners and just use Ccleaner. http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/forum/helproom-1/start-ok-very-slow-open-programs-4229022/ reply awesome tip.
Speed test link: http://www.speedtest.net/ Cheers, and Happy computing. Malwarebytes RSS ALL ARTICLES FEATURES ONLY Search The How-To Geek Forums Have Migrated to Discourse How-To Geek Forums / Windows XP (Solved) - Windows XP Home - Slow boot-up and slow applications Whats up, or is it time to get the pros around? Windows Defender is rubbish at what it does.
Her fix got me back to normal. http://serverfault.com/questions/99302/long-delay-when-browsing-directories-in-windows-xp fanaudi says September 25, 2012 at 1:08 pm Zamora525's tip was the solution for me . Programs Taking A Long Time To Open Windows 10 I don't think that there is a way to do SFC with SP3 installed. Chkdsk cls @ECHO ********************************************** @ECHO *** Deleting files in C:\WINDOWS\PREFETCH *** del C:\WINDOWS\Prefetch\*.* /q @ECHO ********************************************** @ECHO *** Deleting TEMP files from user's folder *** del C:\Docume~1\%username%\LocalS~1\Temp\*.* /q /s /f @ECHO **********************************************
I assume you have run Malware and virus sweepers and know you are clean as well. this content blues_harp28, Feb 8, 2006 #2 8dalejr.fan Joined: Nov 20, 2005 Messages: 1,895 Welcome to TSG! How to Speed up My Computer Opening 1. Just as I thought, it was the Windows XP Home OS causing the problem of very slow booting and slow application running, etc. Ccleaner
Not a bit, but then I went to some other forums and saw ppl connecting the delay from my computer with a delay from internet. I'm suspecting spyware as you said buzznet.com pops up by itself from time to time. I've seen systems slow way down when memory is low (lots of page swapping). http://midsolutions.org/windows-10/computer-takes-a-long-time-to-shut-down-windows-10.html crazyace2009 replied Mar 18, 2017 at 3:40 AM Dual Boot XP & 7 mopargary19355 replied Mar 18, 2017 at 3:17 AM Email address change etaf replied Mar 18, 2017 at 3:00
Navigate to Windows Image Acquisition (WIA) service, Right-click it and select Stop. Avg Free This concludes the steps you need to follow to help improve system performance, some suggestions where already made by experts and possible steps but just in case here they are. I saw that internet took a lot of RAM so i closed it from task manager.
Look at the Task Manager Performance tab for that info. Look in the antivirus program settings (and the other program settings they may be checking for/running updates in the background - you wouldn't see these in your Start-up list of programs) Wandap Jan 11 '08 #14 reply P: 1 lockmartsux I found that I could eliminate these delays for Microsoft applications by doing the following: Start button -> Control Panel Click on Malwarebytes Free What I did to correct this is do a REPAIR from the XP CD; not the Recovery Console.
Thank you. I did change the WIA Service Access Modde to MANUAL. Thanks for the insight on this issue. check over here The Googled-Consensus indicates that Explorer is either looking for something and timing out or looking for something and finding it, albeit 10 seconds later.
Whats up, or is it time to get the pros around? I think something is causing this extreme slow down within the Windows OS and I just don't know where or what it is. Then, attempt to create a customized Windows XP Home CD with SP3, IE8, DirectX (if possible), all the up-to-date patches/updates/fixes; all integrated together on a bootable CD using nLite. I would echo the previous comment about using the sysinternals tools, including process monitor, process explorer and tcpview to diagnose the issue, since during a 15sec pause you have a long
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