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Low disk space, make sure that you have at least 10-12% of free disk space. All Rights Reserved. did that, done that, no changes. Join the community here.

Join the community here, it only takes a minute. I knew there was something "taking" over my computer because it would take at least 30-60 minutes to boot up from a cold start. It is very fast after that point, and loads to the desktop very quickly. UDP Kerberos packets typically exceed 1500 bytes.

I had tried turning off the wireless adapter before with no luck, but disabling it in Network Connections did. I don't have any checked myself, xp works fine. This has to do with the fact that when you login into Active Directory, Kerberos communication is through UDP. Besides you can always reinstall that XP and keep what you need on a seperate drive.

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Couple of shots in the dark: 1. They do seem to help. Check for startup scripts or logon scripts 7b. I then re-enabled the wireless connection, and within its advanced settings, set it to only use access points as opposed to access points and ad-hoc.

any idea what this mean? its clean as far as i can tell. Click run on the start menu or press winkey+R. You don't mention what you're using but if you recently updated a network-based antivirus solution (specifically the engine) then it is a good possibility that that is the problem. 3.

Start\Control panel\Performance and maintenance\System\Automatic updates. userenv.log doesnt show somethingdecisive. I appreciate it. Besides, I have heard it said several times that disabling services looks nice but will usually not give you noticeable results, except perhaps the indexing service. –Cerberus Dec 21 '10 at

Flag Permalink This was helpful (1) Collapse - Re:Re:XP running painfully slow by WhiplashChick / March 14, 2004 9:51 PM PST In reply to: Re:XP running painfully slow yea, ran spybot Win 2003 domain n all that. then a proper AV run - say kaspersky. (trial version is handy if you don't wish to keep it) And then its the usual steps of anti malware thats been more It is a graphing utility that can break down the time certain events take at login.

Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Re:Re:XP running painfully slow by Mike1971 / November 26, 2004 1:55 AM PST In reply to: Re:Re:XP running painfully slow You mentioned that Is what you have all being used? You know your system and how it has operated. No, create an account now.

October 23, 2009 XP Pro x64 SP2 non-responsive on the domain July 17, 2009 How do I stop/view a domain login script? You can't do it until you see the desktop I know, but maybe you can check while the processes are still running. Could be related to it but not the cause(atleast in my case).

These programs will take up memory and could cause swapping, which is what I suspect has happened.

If you enable this setting, the system displays status messages that reflect each step in the process of starting, shutting down, logging on, or logging off the system. server.companyname.com is what my server names were. Accessing the Internet and browsing is ok. Is "${PS1-}" valid syntax and how does it differ from plain "$PS1"?

To disable this "feature" and restore your domain logons to their normal speed, open the MMC and add the group policy snap-in.  Under Computer Configuration-->Administrative Templates-->System-->Logon, change "Always wait for the network Group Policy processing aborted. Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. What is the name of this effect used in Flags of Our Fathers?

But anyway, that's the plan for now. If there is an easier way to "fix" this I'm all ears, but I haven't found a "fix" anywhere else online. I restarted the machine and was able to login normally. Anyway, I'd be curious to know what your server's fully qualified domain name is.

I will most likely try the suggestions above and see what happens. This only happens when I login to the domain after a reboot. LINUX here I come. A solution that may work which I have not tested as yet, but thought I might throw up on the forum to see if any of you can try it to

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Recommend scanning with Malwarebytes' first to see if it turns up anything. Please note, that if a service runs for catalog indexing such as Cidaemon.exe that is discussed in the Win2k article [Q156756], further discussed in [Q308202] for both Win2k and WinXP, it See if that makes the log in better, then you can start adding them 2 back two at a time until you determine what is using the processor during login...