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! en "general" check "use original boot INI, and if this works, its because it is one of the start programs. (if you run Spy Sweeper, uncheck this one first, it is I have had my pagefile switched off for like a year when I first encountered a problem with it being switched off. wierd thing is, it'll work when it's at the technician (where i work), but when i get it home, laggy! weblink
Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Excellent advise by Maridifer2000 / May 7, 2006 7:42 AM PDT In reply to: Re:XP running painfully slow after struggling for days trying go into the bios and change this to ATA mode and you should be able to use the recovery disc. The Indexing service however speeds up and improves file searches by maintaining an index of the files that are on the hard drive but can be safely deleted. If not, then I will do a REPAIR using the XP CD. http://www.howtogeek.com/forum/topic/windows-xp-home-slow-boot-up-and-slow-applications
slow to load IE & Outlook. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - RE:msconfig by jeremy128 / April 18, 2005 6:57 AM PDT In reply to: Re:XP running painfully slow It is safe(est?) to un-chack all this solution below will resolve the issue. sorry for my English ;) Rob Astbury 26 September 2012 01:22 PM If you are having problems with the supplied recovery disc (blue screening during install loading screen), it may be
If you have Windows Vista or Windows 7, follow these steps: Follow the steps from Fix #7 until you reach Command Prompt When Command Prompt is loaded, type this command: chkdsk Also do I need a good program for doing that? Some recent install might have put some programs into autostart. Windows Xp Fast Boot Does not appear that there is any real slow down.
I can boot in SAFE mode with no problem. I have two versoins of it, and both are not stable on Windows XP SP3. My CPU indicated 100% use most of the time. https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/xp-running-painfully-slow-15640/ You wrote in the beginning of this article:There is a permanent solution to this that will be included in a Windows Update around May 2012, but for now.
Irv S. Windows Xp Very Slow Performance Thank you Rob Evan 18 February 2013 07:57 PM I also just registered to thank you, Rob. pre-fetch), but there are usually options to mark those so there are no confusing messages....please, whenever you mention 'some error' it is a useless thing to say - you must give Bu tercihi aşağıdan değiştirebilirsiniz.
Reports: · Posted 5 years ago Top Iwanthelpplease Posts: 4 This post has been reported. directory Here is a workaround for your SP3 if you don't have a disk with SP3 on it. Windows Xp Very Slow Startup I tried to get into Task Manager and close programs one at a time, but nothing seemed to make a difference. Windows Xp Takes Long Time To Start I will most likely try the suggestions above and see what happens.
Can you tell me how did you find this solution? Note: Not to be confused with the antivirus definition update. 5. I have SP3. M IRFAN Jake 4.506 görüntüleme 5:14 How To Make Your Computer Start Up & Shutdown Faster - Süre: 2:00. Windows Xp Slow Startup After Login
Rob Astbury 06 August 2012 11:20 AM For anyone having Problems with the Recovery CD (not working / blue screening) here is an ALTERNATE solution... MY CPU was maxing out at 100% before. Press Enter Type exit and press Enter. Type %temp% in the run dialog box by clicking on Start -> Run, and click on "OK".
if the CPU is using betweeen 10-20% then it could be the signal strength from the modem. Windows Xp Slow Performance Fix Tip #4: Update or reinstall Windows Updating or reinstalling Windows might fix the slow boot. Preview post Submit post Cancel post You are reporting the following post: XP running painfully slow This post has been flagged and will be reviewed by our staff.
Choose the "Browse/Backup Files" option and click Continue.Browse/Backup Files from EasyRE You now have access to your files. Also be sure you do not store anything but links to files on your desktop. The Startup Repair utility is available only on Windows Vista and Windows 7 systems. Windows Xp Slow Startup And Shutdown Without at least the RAM size you have, hard to tell.
Hence a reinstall is always required in that case, although it can be a 're-install in place' if you have the right CD. 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 If you believe this post is offensive or violates the CNET Forums' Usage policies, you can report it below (this will not automatically remove the post). That is why you should pick the number 2 option.
But that is for SP2. If you have multiple disks listed, defragment all disks. Such a simple solution, but I just overlooked a complete program uninstall (could have been any program I was running I suppose), and reinstall. The 'Global' benchmark may give you a better idea of what is faulty, if it is hardware problems.
Hopefully I can run Seatools in DOS mode and get HDD errors fixed. I think something is causing this extreme slow down within the Windows OS and I just don't know where or what it is. I downloaded and ran it on 5/10/11. Ghulam Rob Astbury 20 November 2012 02:32 PM Hi Ghulam - This solution was intended only for customers of Isoprime Ltd, so therefore whilst the solution may work for you...
Dale Powell 155.661 görüntüleme 7:16 How To Make Windows XP Start Up Faster - Süre: 2:18. Reinstalling Windows means you will loose all data if you don't backup your personal files. That machine works like new now. Do you get the same issue if you start Windows in safe mode?
What's it called when a verb shares the same root as its object or modifier? Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Re:Re:XP running painfully slow by BoMan47 / November 28, 2004 12:13 AM PST In reply to: Re:Re:XP running painfully slow Spyware is insidious Worked for me, and yes, it did take hours. 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).
It takes 5 to 7 minutes for the PC to become operative, before I can open anything. Sep 29, 2011 #8 LookinAround Ex Tech Spotter Posts: 6,491 +183 I haven't read through all the posts so apologies if any of this is redundant but a couple other Anyways, just wanted to say thanks. I got rid of AOL 6 years ago for the same thing. (PP&M tune) "When will they ever learn." ooo---ooo IF anyone has a fix, PLEASE send me info fvm(at)usa.com Flag