removing the domain and recreating all the accounts from scratch simply isn't an option. Users that are having slow XP logon problems I'd be willing to bet have domain servers that end in the name ".com " instead of " .local "Click to expand... Jun 21, 2005 #16 timwiser TS Rookie Still no resolution as yet, and I no longer have a laptop to test things with. Mar 10, 2005 #5 wcg TS Rookie amd64.domainname.com the promblem Windows 2000 and previous OS's used NetBios as the default communication method....XP defaults to DNS.
Tags Slow boot Comments (3) Cancel reply Name * Email * Website YongRhee[MSFT.] says: March 18, 2017 at 2:08 pm Yes, if you are having problems with BootVis on Windows XP Mar 11, 2005 #6 Ravenous TS Rookie I don't think so..... Main Sections Technology News Reviews Features Product Finder Downloads Drivers Community TechSpot Forums Today's Posts Ask a Question News & Comments Useful Resources Best of the Best Must Reads Trending Now Nicky5774, Oct 17, 2013 #6 Nicky5774 Private E-2 Nicky5774 said: ↑ Thanks for the quick reply.
You will now need to remember to check for updates yourself. You can test that on a boot-able disc, on dual boot install, on a virtual machine and so on. http://www.windowsupdate.com/ 2. I suspect that there is a problem in the Windows OS itself.
Look at the timeline on your left, and look for the big jumps of time data, then inspect what was happening just before that! Related Articles Get rid of IM and no slow OE startup Slow network access not always due to Scheduled tasks check Very Slow boot when networking Shutdown XP using your keyboard! Don't under-estimate the powers of spyware. Kevin Mar 10, 2005 #4 Ravenous TS Rookie I am having the same problem: I have a Laptop running Windows XP Pro and it hangs at the Logon to Windows
slow IE & Outlook. Check for updates on the ISV (Independent Software Vendor) website. 7. Anyway, Microsoft's solution is to force your workstation to always use a TCP connection for Kerberos packets. Wish me luck.
Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Re:Re:XP running painfully slow by cokebottle308 / March 17, 2004 8:03 PM PST In reply to: Re:XP running painfully slow Great Idea! You don't mention what you're using but if you recently updated a network-based antivirus solution (specifically the engine) then it is a good possibility that that is the problem. 3. Older drivers could be slower to initialize or go thru it’s routine. 6. The way I read this article, it would appear that if none of the listed items under the Workstation heading is necessary, why not deactivate?
Such a simple solution, but I just overlooked a complete program uninstall (could have been any program I was running I suppose), and reinstall. It happens on them all.Click to expand... After that is done watch out for that !#@!%$ message that pops up asking if you wish to use automatic updates (it is going to come with almost every startup)and just I wonder what's up with that and if there is another way around it as I still want the security patch.
then a proper AV run - say kaspersky. (trial version is handy if you don't wish to keep it) And then its the usual steps of anti malware thats been more share|improve this answer answered Dec 19 '10 at 19:59 Guillermo Siliceo Trueba 85349 Good idea, but be careful about disabling services. Here's the procedure.http://www.microsoft.com/whdc/hwdev/tech/storage/IDE-DMA.mspxAfter that, you can run HIJACKTHIS (after you reboot and don't have ANYTHING extra running) and share the log file.Bob Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Re:Did Check if your drive is fragmented - system files included.
Once this was done I ran dcpromo again to recreate the active directory server only THIS TIME NAMING IT SERVER.COMPANYNAME.LOCAL The .local part is THE difference. I tried SOLUTO before but that was before I had any problem(s). Give it a stress test with some app overloading your res. more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed
If you're feeling up to it, let me know and I'll carry onposted by qbxk at 11:59 AM on May 15, 2009 You could get a very detailed list of every Does not appear that there is any real slow down. Sooner or later you sould find the update or new driver that is the poison pill.
We have enabled verbose messages and we see that "Applying computer settings" and "Running startup scripts" are taking a particularly long time. at the first line I isolated, I can see a gap of 25 seconds. Remember Find Fast which everybody has been turning off because it's simply a system drain? Might help find one that take a long time.
I got rid of AOL 6 years ago for the same thing. (PP&M tune) "When will they ever learn." ooo---ooo IF anyone has a fix, PLEASE send me info fvm(at)usa.com Flag I do think more people need to look at their server's fully qualified domain name. April 6, 2007 What's producing these exe files in my temp folder? It started happening when the user plugged it into a hotel connection which is why i thought spyware but that seems not to be the issue.
Who is right? Spyware will drastically slow your machine. I the past 3-5 days now my Windows XP Home sp3 has slowed "WAY" down. nope.
windows-xp login performance share|improve this question edited Dec 19 '10 at 17:43 Troggy 9,52063969 asked Dec 19 '10 at 16:38 Steve 1,03393578 It does seem a bit long to Recommend scanning with Malwarebytes' first to see if it turns up anything. Discussion is locked Flag Permalink You are posting a reply to: XP running painfully slow The posting of advertisements, profanity, or personal attacks is prohibited.