Let me know the results. To make doubly sure your system isn't infected, scan again with a different antivirus program, such as the free Malwarebytes Anti-Malware.Sometimes the slowdown is caused by your system creating too many EDIT:- got called away, you can also force windows to give you a verbose startup (you will see where it is hanging) need to mod the registry. It found no issues.Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware 18.104.22.1680www.malwarebytes.orgDatabase version: 6908Windows 6.1.7600Internet Explorer 8.0.7600.163856/21/2011 7:51:23 AMmbam-log-2011-06-21 (07-51-23).txtScan type: Quick scanObjects scanned: 180973Time elapsed: 12 minute(s), 38 second(s)Memory Processes Infected: 0Memory Modules Infected: 0Registry Keys Check This Out
If you uninstall the Intel Management System Components via control panel add/remove then you will remove the LMS/UNS services, however you will also remove the drivers for 2 PCI devices. Is there a specific Hirens test I should be running? There is a new version and I have plans to do this soon.... I will never get one of these again thinking it would be a space saver but very frustrating to troubleshoot with.
You have a button battery on the mobo that tells the computer what the time is and those do loose charge so you might check that out too. I can go back further up to 3 weeks if I remember but this problem only started 2-3 days ago so going back 8 days would have shown some improvements maybe.... I have a few thousand systems to resolve so would appreciate any suggestions.Thanks in advance.G. I'd suggest running Windows Updates again.
I also noticed that the text in the lower right corner of my desktop saying it is not a genuine version is now gone. I will do that. But it can hardly be expected it leads to the solution. Windows 7 Slow Startup After Login Startup speed very fast(15-20 seconds) but shutdown takes 3 minutes..
Well of course I hold down the power button, reboot and send it into repair. Drivers32:64bit: aux - wdmaud.drv (Microsoft Corporation)Drivers32:64bit: aux1 - wdmaud.drv (Microsoft Corporation)Drivers32:64bit: aux2 - wdmaud.drv (Microsoft Corporation)Drivers32:64bit: midi - wdmaud.drv (Microsoft Corporation)Drivers32:64bit: midi1 - wdmaud.drv (Microsoft Corporation)Drivers32:64bit: midi2 - wdmaud.drv (Microsoft Corporation)Drivers32:64bit: The Microsoft Support site describes that problem and offers a hotfix. The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down.
I will keep all the externals besides essentials disconnected for now and go from there... 03-20-2013, 10:47 PM #10 [email protected] TSF Enthusiast Join Date: Nov 2004 Location: Windows 7 Slow Startup Black Screen I think what's happening is that the BIOS is sending corrupt info to the OS...which then runs it's own tests to see what's going on and takes forever to complete them. It takes minutes to start and desktop to appear. by R.
Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - I use an OS to do this. Vishal Srivastava May 6, 2013 at 5:17 pm Ohk, i know you say its been solved but here's what I'd do anyway- ->Boot from a Linux Live CD. Windows 7 Takes A Long Time To Boot If that helps, the question is for how long. Windows 7 Slow Startup Fix During installation, the program offered to install the Maxthon browser--in fact, the option was prechecked.
I removed almost all startup programs except my antivirus. his comment is here To add to the frustration, IN Windows, about 60-70% the attempts at loading programs result in (Not Responding) and crashes. the reason of registry size is in the subkeyHKEY_USERS \. Windows 7 Professional 64bit Do I need to post more detailed info on my topic? Slow Startup Windows 7 64 Bit
Check for viruses, and you'll get if its an issue with Virus or not. ->If it's an issue with viruses, cleaning the disk for viruses should be fine. ->If it's a SHOW ME NOW CNET © CBS Interactive Inc. / All Rights Reserved. It can also be a bad keyboard, bad mouse, bad external device, especially an external HDD. http://emec16.com/windows-7/repair-disk-takes-me-to-text-windows-boot-manager.php The PSU was going bad, so I replaced it with a spare, but the problems crept back to harass me, and it turned out that the mobo had the cap plague.
With the help of the methods from Mark R.Bob Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - We have found the problem - I hope this helps someone else by SAETECH Windows 7 Takes A Long Time To Boot Before Login Screen All Rights Reserved. Thanks again guys most of the help you gave me has been useful and kind....
PyreeAug 6, 2012, 1:36 PM Sorry for the confusion. I also notice on the lower right corner of the screen on my desktop there is text, that says that my version of windows 7 is not genuine. Martin Brinkmann steps you through the process on Ghacks.net.If you use the Ultimate, Professional, or Enterprise editions of Windows 7, you have access to the Group Policy Editor, which lets you Windows 7 Slow Startup And Shutdown What is it's size and percent used?
On 10 of the systems it has reduced the file to less than 1mb and thus proving this was the sole cause of the issue.However, on some of the systems the I've had mixed results with the operating system's troubleshooting utilities, which I described in a post from last June, "Handy Windows 7 utilities you may not know about."TechRepublic's Greg Shultz explains We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks. navigate here Hi, I'm experiencing a issue that started about a month ago while troubleshooting another problem but not sure if related Page 1 of 4 1 234 > Thread Tools Search
Bruce Epper May 2, 2013 at 12:56 am Boot from a LiveCD (Hiren's Boot CD, pretty much any Linux LiveCD, etc) and check the hard drive for surface errors as well Maybe a RAM module has lost contact so computer has less than minimum memory required. Which one do you use? One thing I noticed when it freezes or cant boot up the fans go into overdrive.
Regarding CPU, I reseated with new compound when I received a new MB for the bios clock issue. PSBY1U-00F003 Memory 4GB+4GB Samsung DDR3 PC3-10700 (1333 MHz) Graphics Card Video Intel(R) HD Graphics Family, 1696MB available memory Sound Card Realtek High Definition Audio version=22.214.171.12423 Monitor(s) Displays 17.3 " Trubrite TFT Proffitt Forum moderator / January 3, 2012 1:46 AM PST In reply to: Boot up taking 3 - 20 minutes Why not reload the OS and fix it? of the computer, PSU, and HDD. 03-20-2013, 10:14 AM #3 piotrowr2012 Registered Member Join Date: Jan 2003 Posts: 71 OS: Win7 Thanks, to answer on the config: CPU
Model numbers, age, etc. Not a big fan of HEC. In your case Western Digital hard drive test is what you want perform a Extended test. If you are unable to create a log because your computer cannot start up successfully please provide detailed information about your installed Windows Operating System including the Version, Edition and if
This rules out an image problem. Windows 7 takes 15-20 minutes to boot Started by ekafrawy , Jun 10 2011 08:09 PM Page 1 of 3 1 2 3 Next This topic is locked 30 replies to Could also be called "Standard" and "Extended" test or also "Comprehensive" test. Run Malwarebytes and see what it finds. < He stated he has done this multiple times vegettonoxAug 6, 2012, 8:06 AM See if its a program or some startup entry that