Let me know if you have any success, Ken Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Re:Re:Re:XP running painfully slow by James_Cook / November 26, 2004 9:02 AM PST In If you are using Windows Desktop Search (WDS) group policies with WDS 3.01, you will want to upgrade to: Windows Desktop Search 4.0 7c. This is the sort of challenge that bytes Word to describe "to talk excitedly about something"? Help answer questions Learn more 208 Register Help Remember Me?
A bar-type graph will show your new boot processes. One suggestion though, as i figured it out, you don't have to do the renaming stuff as long as you can login to computer (even after 20 min). Black Viper's site states to leave it running, in automatic mode. We need to edit a registry key to tweak it.
Although not 5 min in length, I feel as though it's still much longer than needs to be. Ghulam Kakepoto 20 November 2012 10:54 AM Hi Rob, I have similar problem with my Dell machine. Even when the PC has come back up to the desktop and appears to be doing nothing....*hands off.* It really IS doing something--you just can't see it.
I was really, really, really hoping that I didn't have to do a "clean" install. I am assuming you are on some kind of high speed connection.why not eliminate that aspect of it by going to http://www.dslreports.com registering, if you are not already a member and Dell PC running Intel MEC here. If you accidentally uncheck a program, just retrace the steps above and recheck the program and restart your computer.
Click on the Hibernate tab. 3 Click on the box that says "Enable hibernation" to check it. 4 Click on the Advanced tab and change the Power buttons options if you so what im saying is that after the computer "actually starts up after the beep" , starting up is relatively fast. Don't under-estimate the powers of spyware. by Rick Beach / March 16, 2004 3:40 AM PST In reply to: ''The extent is huge''?
In your position, my recommendation would be a re-install to a SATA drive (if supported - hopefully you have a full install CD, or can borrow one). Download PageDefrag, install and run. Sep 30, 2011 #12 chriscricket TS Rookie Topic Starter I'll try that tasklist and a HDD test when I get home today. All the conditions necessary for such complex automations simply do not, in the real world, show up at the same time, in the precise place and manner required for the automation
The time now is 06:36 AM. ©2003-2016 Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. You can also go to Console Root->Computer Configuration->Administrative Templates->System->Scripts and Enable run startup scripts visible. I've yet to see a dircet answer to thisthat resolves the issue. information by mrlewp2-21657678435443944845608055286647 / March 16, 2007 3:23 AM PDT In reply to: Bootvis "The number of physical drives in the trace file is 0 - Trace file has invalid system
This article will show you how you can speed up the bootup process of your XP PC by removing the programs that usually bog it down. I've disconnected from the Net for one hour & XP automaticly does into convulsions, it wants its updates or it slows down also untill it gets what it wants. did that, done that, no changes. Reports: · Posted 5 years ago Top germ-x Posts: 5310 This post has been reported.
Shut down all applications before making changes. I haven't seen anything out of the ordinary under the processes tab, As I've stated before, I have done many virus scans before, including scans you can do online, and nothing Did this article help you?
Start\Control panel\Performance and maintenance\System\Automatic updates. They highlighted it on the support icon in the System Tray. BootVis won't work if you just click "Optimize System." In fact, it's such a little devil of a thing, if you alter just a single part of the optimization routine (see Help Desk Software by Kayako case Login _ Social Sharing Find TechSpot on...
http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/pc-wizard.html When run, this program has a 'Benchmark' option. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - MS Bootvis by nickyboy / July 22, 2005 3:38 AM PDT In reply to: Try this - MS BootVis At the end of Questions: Have you installed any new software" Have you checked your startup programs to see if anyone is causing this slowdown. Before the repair the average boot time was at least 5 minutes or more.
I noticed e-mail being sent, would hang up when the AV was checking it outgoing. LINUX here I come. Why is the name "Rigel", and especially "Rigel VII", used in multiple universes? finally, you'll see the BootVis Interface with all your current boot time graphically displayed.