It should look like this c:\windows\prefetch). Open regedit and browse to this key: 2 HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager\Memory Management\PrefetchParameters 3 Under this key you should see a value named: EnablePrefetcher 4 It has 4 possible values: 5 - Disabled : THe settings seem to be alright, but now so does my PC. And, on top of that ... useful reference
Yet another 5 to log into my account. So, it seems to me, it's a case of 2 + 2 = 4. Check the disk for any issues Start, Run, CMD ChkDsk.exe /f 2c.
Can cancer be transplanted into a human and still be viable? After my memtest diagnosis it went well for a while and after the malwarebytes run it ran well for a while. Two things I need to do next! Windows Xp Very Slow To Load As for the "What's My Computer Doing", I have SysInternals Process Explorer which I believe is the same thing.
Any Problems? Windows Xp Very Slow Performance aford10Jun 3, 2010, 10:16 AM Yep thoughtpoliceJun 4, 2010, 2:28 AM i think there is a problem with chkdsk cause it shouldn't take 16 hours. Thank you. thanks for the info Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - MS Bootvis - Help!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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High interrupts in PE usually points to a hardware or driver issue 2) And, in your case, SMART failed alone means the hard drive is bad One other tool tip: Check Proffitt Forum moderator / March 23, 2010 6:26 AM PDT In reply to: bootvisThe number of physical drivesin the trace file is 0 Bootvis is old, outdated with no sign of Windows Xp Very Slow Startup Wish me luck. Windows Xp Slow Startup After Login Be patient for just a bit...
but the thing is that my problem is not that of a slow startup of windows.. see here Irv S. Report if you see any. I reformatted and i still got the same problem. Windows Xp Fast Boot
Here;s one of a few reasons why: Some Windows system files must be located on specific sectors on the disk to be bootable. Can't find your answer ? Any ideas are appreciated Sep 29, 2011 #5 gbhall TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 2,425 +77 I.m not sure if you are running any two malware scanners at once that do this page Just normal shutdown and start-up.It's better to have your system boot up without the extreme lag when you have not found the real reason for it to boot like a granny!
Click the Processes tab, and see what processes are running in the background. Windows Xp Slow Startup And Shutdown Personally, when my PC is taking 58.8 seconds to boot, I'll make the assumption that the optimization routine that was supposed to have worked _didn't work_. It will only start in safe mode.
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Older drivers could be slower to initialize or go thru it’s routine. 6. I ran the benchmark tests and nothing came back that I think is bad (though I'm not positive how to read the tests, all but one had a lot of green). I tried 'System Restore' to an earlier date without any effect. Windows Xp Slow Startup Black Screen There are some limitations with XbootMgr.exe.
You can also get your Windows keys from old drive with magic jelly bean. Oct 3, 2011 #15 LookinAround Ex Tech Spotter Posts: 6,491 +183 Yup. I downloaded and ran it on 5/10/11. http://mffonline.com/windows-xp/cannot-boot-xp.php PLS help Jan 17, 2008 Windows XP Slow Boot & Slow HP Wireless Assitant Boot Aug 17, 2007 Windows xp professional boot problem Jun 15, 2007 Windows XP Professional doesn't boot
Sep 28, 2011 #4 chriscricket TS Rookie Topic Starter Thank you for all the responses. It can be when the PC goes to sleep and all i get is a black screen and my cursor or possibly when running any application like a game or even Thanks again for your help. –Steven Kay May 11 '14 at 5:43 add a comment| up vote -1 down vote I knowhow to fix it, it has something to do with soundgurumanJun 18, 2010, 9:44 AM Mmmmm, it's not really the hard drives, I think you have a bunk motherboard.hook the hard drive to a known good system and test it.
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). If not, I think I'll just suck it up, replace my HDD with something not ancient (like a SATA connection), and reinstall most everything. I finally gave up. When i get on my desktop it then tends to freeze a lot!
So, why didn't the "built-in" optimization function fix this?