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Everything works well but slow browsing to network shares on servers and workstations -- sometimes takes up to 30 seconds. If I share a drive from a Windows 2000 client the XP Pro clients can access and browse the Win 2000 drive no problem. Slow networking through a hub Symptoms: you have small network connecting 2 computers through a hub. Pop-ups when you arenít on the Internet. 4.
I did manage to find the main cause of the problem. Advertisements do not imply our endorsement of that product or service. I'd suggest loading task manager often and familarize yourself with what processes should be running on your system and what shouldn't be there. All TCP/IP tools I have tried work well with no errors and name resolutions works fine.
I thought it was my computer brand (Dell), but may be an "XP" (xtra problems) entity...I bought an on line spy ware nuker and it help some, but still am not I loaded XP 6 times now and it runs fine... Thank you for helping us maintain CNET's great community. 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
Resolution: XP always saves the password in the Credential Manager. So the drives do get mounted no problem, and it's > only when going via Explorer/desktop that the slow > response is seen. > > The fact that the Command prompt wierd thing is, it'll work when it's at the technician (where i work), but when i get it home, laggy! I am now wondering if what you say is true - seems like after a windows download for security fix - the machine runs slower.
A: This is almost like name resolution issue. That is what wins does. I am assuming you are on some kind of high speed connection.why not eliminate that aspect of it by going to http://www.dslreports.com registering, if you are not already a member and It's got the features if you are willing ...
V_R posted Mar 18, 2017 at 1:38 PM WCG Stats Saturday 18 March 2017 WCG Stats posted Mar 18, 2017 at 8:00 AM trouble installing unity web player anyname posted Mar this content Indexing for Windows XP is about the same and can be turned off. If not, recheck and move on to the next item. Do any other computers on the network have this problem?
Once you turn off the automatic updates you will need to check for updates by looking at the program listing at the start menu, near the top of the popup program Windows 2000 machines first try DNS as do XP machines that are in an AD domain. Specifically, make sure that your switch or hub can handle NIC full duplex settings. weblink i have checked all network settings and they are OK (DNS, WINS, suffix, etc).if i leave the PC on the network (without logging in) long enuf for about 15-20mins, and then
Resolutions: 1) On the domain controller, you can edit the TcpDelAckTicks registry value to adjust the TCP delayed ACK timer. 2) Apply latset SP. I finally was having, what seemed like, a problem with Norton AV Systemworks 2002. The resolution is that disable persistent mapping. Slow while opening "Look In" and "Save As" boxes SYMPTOMS: when using a program such as Notepad that uses common dialog boxes and clicking
You'll be able to ask any tech support questions, or chat with the community and help others. If it slows because the system is in the idle mode, you may want to change the NIC power Management settings by going to the properties of the NIC>Configuration>Power Management, clear LINUX here I come. Please start a New Thread if you're having a similar issue.View our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site.
Why is XP running slower while logon 1 When I login into a Windows 2000 active directory from a new xp pro machine the login in is extremely slow. Comparing with previous versions, XP is heavily dependent on DNS to find DC. by Cursorcowboy / March 14, 2004 10:12 PM PST In reply to: XP running painfully slow killed all unnecessary background/startup progs.1. "System Services for the Windows Server 2003 Family and Windows http://comvurgent.com/xp-slow/xp-slow-hijackthis.html They highlighted it on the support icon in the System Tray.
It can take 5 minutes for the > folder list to be displayed in the Explorer window. Symptoms and resolutions of spyware and adware Symptoms: 1.