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No problem, it's what I do. 08-22-2009, 09:04 AM #7 tfiennesfan Registered Member Join Date: Aug 2009 Posts: 8 OS: Windows Vista, Service Pack 2 I'm back. maximum memory limit of 32-bit Windows is purely theoretical. Thanks again folks – any bright ideas will be welcome. I also ran chkdsk on the C drive. his comment is here

virutalbox - win xp sp2 x32, win 7 32, vista 32, ubuntu 10&11... Discussions cover Windows installation, driver problems, crashes, upgrading, service packs, and other Windows Vista-related questions.Real-Time ActivityMy Tracked DiscussionsFAQsPoliciesModerators General discussion Vista takes 15 minutes to start up!! run scandisk (right click on drive (ex: C:, D:, E:), select Tool option from tab menu and then press "check now" button), 2. Im just creating a Linux Live CD so that I can then scan the hard drive to see if that is the problem....

It is constantly running and tweaking the system so allow some time for this service to do its work. What's New? Reviewing similar pleas I see some are installing Logitech or other mouse or keyboard drivers. When He finished I was able to upgrade to Windows 10.

Does configuring the startup items address a boot time issue, or only the time it takes for the desktop to load? 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 Since 2004 is pre-Vista why would we expect this to work?Reload Vista but only use drivers we need (we don't need keyboard, mouse drivers) and reveal what other drivers you installed.Bob Vista does have a server in it, Sql Server 2005, express edition.

I apologize in advance for the lengthy description of the problem, but I want to make sure the issue is as clear as possible. My System have you done some virus scan (i've heared that they can effect cold booting). Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details. https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_vista-performance/computer-taking-20-minutes-to-load-up-and-hard/edd5e75c-4e94-4897-b8f8-511cf7bebcde Ref the query of factory restore – I restored from the original HP factory image in the D partition which I would imagine is standard for this model/configuration ie not configured

Have you tried booting in Safe Mode to see if it boots any quicker as it loads much less hardware/software. After that, I shut down the computer for a few hours again, and voila--20 minute boot time all over again. I have already tried switching Windows update off. Thank you, though--I appreciate your assistance.

Next, scan and kill viruses until nothing else is found using at least 2 different scanners (I generally use the Trinity Resource Kit for this). One of the posts mentions giving it a good clean – I might try a gentle vacuum. After I ran Windows Repair, the black screen is only displayed for less than 1 second. You can check them here....enable desktop on toolbar> computer> C Drive> windows> downloaded program files> right click open> enable status in columns> here I see many damaged programs, more then half

Last edited by FlashTv; 31 Aug 2015 at 18:06. http://dataforceus.com/windows-vista/windows-vista-upgrade.html But a 5 year old laptop running Vista may be knackered. If you have a lot of devices - especially USB - connected to the computer, disconnect them. My System Specs You need to have JavaScript enabled so that you can use this ...

Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - I have run the boot log by Ishkuk / November 21, 2007 6:43 PM PST In reply to: 3.25 minutes here it says The next time I turned on the computer, it did the 20 minute boot up time again. turn off and turn on system restore (control panel->system-system restore, then click turn off system restore on all hardisk, wait until disk status is change, and then turn it on again), http://dataforceus.com/windows-vista/how-to-reinstall-windows-vista-without-cd.html Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links TechSupportForum.com Advertisement 08-21-2009, 08:09 PM #2 deleted122510 Registered User Join Date: Mar 2009 Location: 530 Posts: 3,544 OS: 7 x64, XP x32 Hello and

Ah, too bad . . . Have read in other forums to run DSIM.exe and found some errors, but didn't know what to do.. DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-image /Scanhealth Dism.exe /Online /Cleanup-Image /CheckHealth DISM.exe /Online Will try to test this that I've found in this forum: (Will advise later...) ->Download a copy of the windows 10 iso at Windows 10 choose 32/64 bit depending on your

Proffitt Forum moderator / November 20, 2007 11:19 AM PST In reply to: I have! (Well, partly) It was defective on arrival so you may be passing up a chance for

kbdhid.sys is a mouse or keyboard driver or so most of the information on the web says.srv.sys is a server system problem also referenced from most of the posts on the Nevzat A May 2, 2013 at 10:14 am The first thing to do is checking hw health, memory, cpu as others said. sometimes due to this setting, it takes a long time to wake up. Everything inside the computer is attached and properly seated.

Is fixing it worth it to you (will you replace the not ready for Vista component?)-> I'm going to not write about how to properly install Windows. start> control panel> system> check to make sure it has been activated in the low right portion of the screen, if not then check mark the box.Validation.http://www.microsoft.com/genuine/default.aspx?displaylang=en&sGuid=d3d42255-d9bd-45b1-9e3d-a69e7085cf16click the button on the I Thread Tools Search this Thread 08-21-2009, 08:05 PM #1 tfiennesfan Registered Member Join Date: Aug 2009 Posts: 8 OS: Windows Vista, Service Pack 2 This may or http://dataforceus.com/windows-vista/windows-vista-not-shutting-down.html Subscribe to Our Newsletter Email: Advertisement © 2017 MakeUseOf.

solved New computer takes long time to start up is this normal? Woolwell 10:39 10 Dec 13 Good clean would not go amiss. Once your at the downloaded programs file> right click, choose open. Plenty of web pages on that.

Try Processi, HERE, right-click select 'Run As Administrator' - you'll now see a form like THIS - - - click on 'save all items', and it will ask you where you Hard disk Sentinel http://www.hdsentinel.com/hard_disk_sentinel_trial.php sometime factory restore can heal the problem. I wold check SATA driver and if there is Roll-back enabled, use it and restart. CPU switches to a very slow speed if it overheats.

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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). Its only when I do shutdown ans starts up again.. Ask yourself this: - Is this a hardware or software problem? Dave Rimmer May 2, 2013 at 2:20 pm Hi.

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