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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 assume you have run Malware and virus sweepers and know you are clean as well. Also, ran 3 anti-spyware and 2 anti-virus utilities and found nothing either. Also I forgot to mention that all profiles have identical permissions and security settings. Source
Uknown August 11, 2004 10:07 AM Wait.... Right now the average bootup time is approximately 4-5 minutes minimum. Account is irrelevant you either have a software clog or a hardware problem stress test for hardware autoruns and the rest for software. The long login delay in 95% of all networks is normally due to a problem with DNS resoulution and DNS forwarding when using a DSL/Cable router to handle DHCP.
Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post. If everything is okay then Change the start up mode of that service from "Automatic" to "Manual". Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details. Note: Not to be confused with the antivirus definition update. 5.
- Joe December 14, 2005 8:05 PM POSSIBLE FIX: Had same problems as all above, synchronization slow (minutes), logon and off slow too.
- antivirus, Zone Alarm firewall, and I regularly scan with stinger.
- I am unaware of any built-in method for doing this.
- I will most likely try the suggestions above and see what happens.
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- This usually causes a difference of about 5-10 minutes of log in time.
- I am truly stumped and am getting to the point where I am ready to burn it down and reinstall fresh, but that is a whole nother headache and a ton
- What have we done: Cleaned msconfig start up cleaned registry removed all malware removed all PUPs run windows cleanup procedure as suggested by this forum.
- More info on that here: http://ask-leo.com/archives/000074.html amit September 23, 2004 3:34 AM My windows XP machine takes long to login.I am having Windows 2000 server acting as Domain controller.No group policy
Or you can run chkdsk from the Tools tab of the main drive disk properties menu (check in both boxes). It used to be that you could do SFC /Scannow. Questions... 1. Matt Rowand May 5, 2009 9:53 PM I was curious, I have a slight issue with some PCs in my windows domain, which when logging onto Windows XP with SP3 are
i am facing this slow login issue on Remote site which are connected to domain via site to site VPN. I have run SFC and it found nothing. turn OFF the DHCP in the router 2. this contact form I'll admit I'm grasping at straws as well, but I'd run system file checker, as a start.
Anyway, thanks. When the machine loads Windows, are you presented with user choices (Admin, named users, Guest)? So I had to install SP3, IE8, Windows Media 11, the latest DirectX, re-install the missing patches/updates (about 105 of them) and had to restore some of my settings prior to Mark August 5, 2005 1:10 PM How can I direct a service to start up when I log into one profile, but not to start up when I log in to
And you will have a batch file with a bunch of net start commands. i have one domain in one site all client machines connected through this domain. Ask Leo! Thanks Nicky5774, Nov 15, 2013 #7 Caliban I don't need no steenkin' title!
First .... this contact form To save this hassle in the future just be mindful of your machine's performance, what goes in and what goes out. You can also use this same technique to selectivly stop services that you don't want. Alexander Vihtyuk November 16, 2005 4:09 PM I think - it is simple questions.
Eventually the system seems to sort it self out. A PC running Windows can slow down for many reasons. current community chat Super User Meta Super User your communities Sign up or log in to customize your list. have a peek here I am running on a Windows Server R2 2003 Domain with Service Pack 2.
I am assuming that the Server Service is behind all of this. Now it takes over a hour to do the same thing. Verify that the service starts.
Do you usually log out rather than turn the PC off so that you are on long boots (like days I mean) or is the problem happening during boot log ins?
My server is not on the internet nor are the PCs. This can be fed to clients via a group policy from a Windows 2000 server by upgrading the standard policy template with the XP policy template. Since this is an XP only command, slow). One profile logs in so fast you barely see the "applying computer settings" and "applying personal settings" banner.
This is because it looks to the Internet DNS servers first then finds your Domain Controller. Recommend scanning with Malwarebytes' first to see if it turns up anything. Example: "c:\config\StartServices.bat" Now put a shortcut to the batch file into the startup menu of the user account that you login with when connecting to your company network. Check This Out Notenboom has been playing with computers since he was required to take a programming class in 1976.
Most laptops are at a disadvantage compared to desktops if they have 4200 RPM and 5200 RPM disk drives Get a faster disk disk i.e. 7200 RPM disk, drawback, uses more If it does, maybe one of them is set to quick-scan the computer on boot. Clone a drive and so on. so that it my question, why some logons work fine (i.e.
I have even tried with the virus checker uninstalled. Besides you can always reinstall that XP and keep what you need on a seperate drive. This might solve your problem... Reports: · Posted 5 years ago Top Topic Closed This topic has been closed to new replies.