Reports: · Posted 5 years ago Top Iwanthelpplease Posts: 4 This post has been reported. Right now the average bootup time is approximately 4-5 minutes minimum. Windows XP starts up extemely slow. Defragging can give you a few percent more performance, but nowhere near 30 seconds at each bootup, especially on a drive which is like, months old. This problem is obviously some http://codecreview.com/windows-xp/computer-startup-problems-win-xp.html
Also, check the temp directory under administrator to see if you have some files in there thatwindows is reading while boot up.Use this cmd if your layout.ini file is missing! Very stange thing is some of them will become normally after we power off for one or two days. On top of a bad manipulation of ZA you also disable its tampering protection. See HERE > EASUS Disk Copy will create an image copy OR > Use their ToDo Backup can image the disk as well as create a backup for you /* edit
Windows XP starts up extemely slow. Meditational State 1,929,474 views 11:14 Fix Windows Shutdown Problem - Duration: 12:44. You should also check system events for any recent errors. Go into the prefetch folder and delete all the files (Beware!
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Thanks, Rowen Saturday, February 16, 2013 7:27 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Do post the reason why this was happening. :) Saturday, February 16, 2013 9:09 AM Windows Xp Fast Boot Now, after the repair, it's back to "normal" (if there is such a thing) with a boot time average of approximately 1 to 1-1/2 minutes and, no application sluggishness. Hi, This following article explains the Windows boot up sequence. If I were to copy my C drive (windows installation drive) exactly file to file over onto another new drive, then booting that new drive as my master after taking out
Without getting into the system details and such, I am asking if you can give me some insight into things I can check before I just completely erase everything and start Windows Xp Very Slow Performance Hope this helps! You can also get your Windows keys from old drive with magic jelly bean. NOTE : This only works up to 4 gigabytes of RAM, as Windows XP (x86) doesn't support any more than that.
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KingGeorgeTV 495,963 views 5:39 Speed Up Your SLOW Computer in 5 Minutes! - Duration: 6:58. http://codecreview.com/windows-xp/computer-running-slow-popup-logs-included-deadline-for-project-help.html I forgot to Safe Mode, but regular boot time took this long from the welcome screen: 57sec of the welcome screen after I logged in. 44 sec of black monitor with Plus, we have contact Microsoft support and they will help us to find the root cause at the same time. Is Media Center configured to auto-start on boot up for the system? 2. Windows Xp Very Slow To Load
I have checked BIOS settings and reset these as recommended. Sign in to make your opinion count. in Workgroup mode and also without a network cable plugged in. his comment is here File/folder copying copies data but doesn't guarantee where the files are written to on a new disk (which is OK when you're just copying your own data).
which came from this piost here. Windows Xp Slow Startup And Shutdown Will look and index it in another post Download and reinstall the .NET Framework 1.1 SP1:http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/deta ... Once I uninstalled SM6 the issue went away and the PC boots normally now!
Please note, these tests, and noticing a high use of the interrupt process, were run remotely if that makes a difference. That is why you should pick the number 2 option. These programs will take up memory and could cause swapping, which is what I suspect has happened. Windows Xp Slow Startup Black Screen yikes .... "CLEAN INSTALL" !!
Then, if that doesn't work .... Loading... For the same reasons that you lock your home and car (to keep others out), you need to have some type of latest version of a Firewall & Antivirus protection on weblink 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.
Plus what you have to remember that SP3 deletes a lot of files, and replaces/installs a lot of new files, which I suspect has caused the fragmentation, in my case. In Loading... It only is a problem when you use applications that can exceed the mounted ram space or have many programs running at once. 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.
It takes about 5 minutes extra time to fully boot. Sometimes you might want a bit more than 4 seconds, then you can opt 5 or 10 seconds) 3 Delete The Temporary Files Periodically From Your Computer To Make The Applications Unfortunately however, the XP CD was SP2. about 5 minutes extra to fully boot.