There was no SD card in it. how old is the laptop & is it still under warranty? It wasn't slowing down the PC, it was just not powering on properly for some time. I plan on trying to connect the laptop to my TV via mini-HDMI to see if anything occurs before the "Lenovo" screen splashes. http://midsolutions.org/windows-7/windows-7-won-39-t-boot-black-screen.html
I'd recommend that you back up your data (now) as a precaution. Say you bought a new graphics card because the game was running like garbage, Denuvo would have a hard time firing up the game the next time you launch it because If you are willing, try that now.
I have also run CCleaner and that hasn't changed anything either. Preview post Submit post Cancel post You are reporting the following post: Windows 7 SLOW Boot - >5 min This post has been flagged and will be reviewed by our staff. It's not the BIOS, as I get the Windows blue logo quite quickly after booting and then the screen moves on to a full plain light blue screen with the circular Autoruns Any help?
Computer Type: PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number: Custom Build OS: W10Prox64 CPU: Core i7-6700 Motherboard: ASUS Maximus VIII Hero Memory: 16GB DDR4-2400 Graphics Card: EVGA GeForce GTX-960 Sound Card: on-board Monitor(s) Displays: Computer Takes A Long Time To Start Up Unfortunately this doesn't explain 'when' the slowness occurs.. System 2, a 4 month old computer, SATA III drives. other Check your Startup files either by running msconfig -> Startup tab, or CCleaner -> tools -> Startup.
Blue Welcome screen, RARELY seen, and if seen (I suspect during updates) only briefly. Sfc Scannow That usually gets it done. Following MS hotfixes have been installed thereafter: KB3116278 and KB3142588 on Apr 25 KB3140741, KB3147458 and KB 3154132 on Apr 29 Both MBAM and Windows Defender, updated till May 7, do Discussion is locked Flag Permalink You are posting a reply to: Windows 7 SLOW Boot - >5 min The posting of advertisements, profanity, or personal attacks is prohibited.
You need to use antivirus software to remove viruses and spyware from your system. http://windowssecrets.com/forums/showthread.php/155303-LONG-wait-between-BIOS-screen-and-Windows-boot I hate doing a bunch of troubleshooting and downloading a bunch of software on a system I just "cleaned" so before I do so, I'm just trying to target whether I Windows 7 Slow Boot Black Screen But gradually I end up with this slow bootup problem as I progressed with program installations. Windows 10 Slow Boot Black Screen In the BIOS, try disabling all ATA and SATA controllers that are not in use.
Doing it this way would make it possible to restore the installation, if anything should go wrong. his comment is here Although they are still good tips for helping speed up a computer that is running slow after the OS has been loaded. How do you tell a website they have expired security certificates? Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Windows 7 Slow Startup by michelsmith / August 1, 2011 5:20 PM PDT In reply to: I don't think so. Windows 7 Safe Mode
Found the issue... Chkdsk There are no issues getting games to load or having delays in opening anything on it. m 0 l ratedroy95 December 27, 2015 2:29:06 PM I took out my laptop from the refrigerator after 30 minutes.
If so, then time to clone the existing drive and replace it. I have done a Windows Memory Diagnostic test and no errors show up. Here’s something you can try to see if it alleviates the symptom. Ccleaner Flag Permalink This was helpful (1) Collapse - Confirmed bad drive.
I can't see what's up.There is no single cause or cure to slow boots. It not boots in less than 40 seconds. Mine is the exact same symptoms, just not 100 minutes thank goodness! I guess it's not a temperature issue then?
Browse other questions tagged windows-xp boot or ask your own question. Thanks. It was indeed a problem with the BIOS. problem remains. #11 Andres_ak47 View Profile View Posts Sep 6, 2016 @ 8:42am Originally posted by SenMithrarin85:Originally posted by zsedan: THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!