Windows 7 Thread, Slow windows 7 startup in Technical; Hello people of edugeek,
I'm a kind of person who likes to explore all different types of software out there.I ...
6th July 2013, 11:52 AM #1
6th July 2013, 09:26 PM #2
All I can sudgest is test software on a vm use Microsoft virtual pc or another product. I was the same as you testing uninstalling the number of times I fried my machine was stupid.
Other than that you could try system restore and go back a few weeks
Thanks to round2it from:
downloaderfan (7th July 2013)
7th July 2013, 08:33 AM #3
- Rep Power
Thanks for the suggestion,but i'm having trouble understanding what your trying to say,could you please explain in a little more detail?Thanks
Originally Posted by round2it
7th July 2013, 09:44 AM #4
Chances are the computer is showing signs of age. Programs Like that are great for occasional use but over a long period can cause harm. Best bet is to reinstall from scratch and be a little more selective about which software you install
10th July 2013, 12:56 PM #5
Last edited by psydii; 10th July 2013 at 12:59 PM.
13th July 2013, 03:22 PM #6
13th July 2013, 03:58 PM #7
There are loads of reasons why you can have slow log ons.
Group policy can be one if its on the domain
Hardware problems like the harddrive is starting to fail. Boot the mschine from the hard drive manufacturers cd boot disk and check it plus do hardware checks with ultomate boot disk
Do an msconfig and reduce start up programs.
Check os with sfc /scannow
Check for viruses and spyware and root kits
The bottom line a fresh installay be needed if a restore to a previous date does not work
It could be a windows update has gone on or an update to a program or driver
Check all windows updates are on and latest drivers
Check firmware for bios and check fans in machine. Overheating computers do strange things like run slow or reboot
Also check computer running on high petfoance under power setting.
13th July 2013, 05:53 PM #8
- Rep Power
Thanks for your advice Richard,
As i said,i already did all of the stuff you mentioned which is possible to do though the OS.
As for the hardware,i don't think my hardware has any problems and I've taken utmost care right from the beginning to not produce too much of heat.
26th July 2013, 01:36 PM #9
Hi when you created the new image did you use a generic image from a vendor like dell as a starting point. When I have done this in the past I have had problems and had to wipe and remove all partitions and install from original cds. Gpos did not apply correctly. Dell admitted they put something on the install image to stop people copying it.
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