or your pc will hang. I have no clue what to do now. If not, then you can do a reset. Your story seems remarkably similar to yesterday's story in http://forums.cnet.com/5208-6122_102-0.html?messageID=3198456#3198456So it could be Grif's suggestion there will help you also.Kees Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - "*HELP* -Windows does weblink
alexoldshaneMar 12, 2013, 5:45 PM Went to try to do the above. The Tip Jar: Buy Leo a Latte! Let me know how it goes. Vee Hi there! http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f10/no-cd-drive-i-deleted-the-winlogon-exe-files-and-now-all-i-get-is-the-blue-screen-318641.html
Winlogon is a part of the Windows Login subsystem, and is necessary for user authorization and Windows activation checks. Best answer ChicanoMar 22, 2013, 4:34 AM alexoldshane said: So, got nothing from doing the above. =/Any way to get the data off of it and put it on a new Snrub This file is a natural process. I tried everything.
Arrows Please confirm if hardware signatures were disabled correctly? K. it's a possibility, but if it were the computer would have trouble recognising it. Windows 7 Slow After Login These issues can cause irreplaceable damage to Windows and C: Nick - Cherry Hill, NJ You must keep only C:\windows\system32\winlogon.exe , You must remove C:\windows\winlogon.exe , Run: msconfig , remove from
I really appreciate that. Windows 7 Logon Takes Long Time Cookies help us deliver our services. at times the computer will "diagnose" itself and then say "automatic repair" but even after that just takes me straight ack on to the blue screen - i dont know what More hints Thanks for the tip though.
Arrows Okay. Windows 7 Slow Login Welcome Insert your Windows installation DVD into your PC's CD-ROM drive, Fully power down your PC, and make sure it has fully shut off, Power up your PC, Press any key when thanks . You should not attempt to stop the winlogon.exe application (except for, as stated above, if it is located elsewhere than "C:\WINDOWS\System32").
This is why you get a blue screen. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/71974-63-slow-boot-login-load-just-everything Arrows I'v'e updated the guide. Windows 7 Slow Logon K. Slow Login Windows 7 Domain Chris I know that the good winlogon DO NOT Try to log to the internet if your firewall tell you that it try to connect to the net well you are
However, Malware can disguise itself as Winlogon.exe, so it's best to have your Antivirus software up to date. have a peek at these guys Please try again now or at a later time. K. Is there a file near it which has a similar name to "winlogon.exe"?Let's stop there for now and let us know how it's going.Hope this helps.Grif Flag Permalink This was helpful Windows 10 Login Takes Forever
Arrows Are you able to get to the login window where you enter your password? If there's 2 or more, it's hard to know which one to remove. Normally, this process should not be tampered with - If it is using any more memory than 832k (approx.) memory, then it should be removed as it could be a virus/spyware. check over here I have noticed that the winlogon.exe takes up a substantial portion of memory, and I don't know why, if Windows XP Home SP2 has already loaded AND when I have not
I am on a hp 15 notebook Pc windows 10. Windows 10 Slow Startup After Login Alternatively, these instructions explain how to create a bootable EasyRE recovery USB stick/drive. Some viruses can modify winlogon, but asfar as I am concerned, winlogon is a critical process.
pannna Came across this problem after upgrading to win 10 from 8. Otherwise, it's safe. (maybe) Simon Sometimes it pops up and sometimes it doesn't. My GoogleDS found one "file copy" at D:\temp\ext54382 winFS can't see it. Windows 7 Takes Forever To Login Domain Arrows After installing the fresh copy, disable windows updates.
WINLOGON.EXE main drain, first 2 mins or so, Ran Virus cleaners etc. Kermit the frog Used for logging into the machine. Onmarag Win 2k User, Try this MS Update. http://howtoblog.org/windows-7/win-7-new-need-to-partition-drive-for-xp-as-well.html Few were in September.
I hope this site helps other in need. It spins up just fine, no weird noises at all. Trying to find and kill the troublesome file is very difficult. It disabled malwarebytes.
Run Security Task Manager to check your winlogon process 2. it works!! Arrows Are you able to get into advanced options? Here is an example of what the PC's console output should look like once the chkdsk.exe is complete:Chkdsk utility results screen More Information Linked Entries bootrec Fix MBR sfc
I also tried to do this but doing Safe mode with the Command Prompt so I can do the scan but it stills goes right back to error screen. Do I do it right? and installed on the IDE/SATA Channels it has to be detected from boot.I meant after deleting the "Mounted Devices" registry key contents* (or values), in case Windows doesnt see the HDD As for "what's attached" I meant what devices are connected to the I/O panel because you described it as a "desktop" (PC) which can have externally connected devices such as keyboard,
Arrows Please reset your bios to defaults, and then test. More detailed information here:How to perform a clean boot to troubleshoot a problem in Windows Vista, Windows 7, or Windows 8http://support.microsoft.com/kb/9291352. DO BE CAREFULL not to delete the wrong one. However, I have never created installation media.
While it's there you can scan it with the installed anativirus and delete use and system temp files. Barbie This process belongs to the Operating System. Arrows Do you have another computer to create installation media? al1 should be a normal process.
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