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Checked defrag and spyware.Anyone got other ideas?Many ThanksJeremy jpdykesMay 15, 2008, 6:13 PM I've also got programs going unresponsive on me all the time. Long delay due to holiday and illness but sfc now run and the problem is still the same - very slow between entering the login password and the desktop displaying. First .... I have checked it for spyware/adware and viruses. his comment is here

I do think more people need to look at their server's fully qualified domain name. We are now stumped! Might help find one that take a long time. Good morning.

Look at the Task Manager Performance tab for that info. Group Policy processing aborted. I've wiped out more of the run on startup programs. Related Resources Windows 10 Desktop: Locks up within an hour after login, sometimes before.

The system just seems slow generally. It's not to resource heavy, and picked up things my Nortan didn't. Ask a question and give support. It is having trouble defragging as there is not alot of free space (although it should it should be enough, at 20%).

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Just as I thought, it was the Windows XP Home OS causing the problem of very slow booting and slow application running, etc. Delete any profiles that are on the local machine and reset any roaming profile just to make sure. (back them up if you want) Where are your roaming profiles pulling from Is it bad practice to study or reference the work of an academic who has fallen from grace? Can't find your answer ?

One thing I have noticed, among other things, is that, for example, before this problem I could perform disk defrag or run Acronis for a backup and times were good. Any ideas? One solution I think would be to try a VPN login through the wireless connection, but I haven't tried that yet. You can't do it until you see the desktop I know, but maybe you can check while the processes are still running.

My host file is also blank. this content Something I tested... a very slow load up of windows 7 ultimate (from the login screen to desktop) solved Painfully slow initial log-in time after boot solved Windows 7 Slow after boot and login As to exactly what was messed up I don't know.

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Wish me luck. It will remain grayed out and sit there for a full 2-3 minutes until the window disappears and it starts loading your personal settings. The delay means Windows is trying to solve a problem. I will do the other bits over the weekend and post the outcome.

How to take a landscape picture with mobile phone in frame ? Does anyone know of this sort of program?Thanks againJeremy jpdykesAug 5, 2008, 4:23 AM I hate doing this ... I also dont want to add in a static IP for DNS or anything. http://comvurgent.com/xp-slow/xp-slow-as-molasses.html did you find the answer?

You may get a better answer to your question by starting a new discussion. Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules All content Copyright ©2000 - 2015 MajorGeeks.comForum software by XenForo™ ©2010-2016 XenForo Ltd. Nothing much appears in Task Manager during this time, then suddenly a new batch of processes appear, then the desktop appears. If not, then I will do a REPAIR using the XP CD.

and dont ask me why this helps but remove all the addins on your web page 'tools' manage add ons'Finally has anything changed - I got Zango on my PC ( Delete any profiles that are on the local machine and reset any roaming profile just to make sure. (back them up if you want) Where are your roaming profiles pulling from Anyway, thanks. May 26, 2005 #13 middle_road TS Rookie here's a fix that worked for me. (2) setups: Netopia 3346 Router Netgear 318 Firewall / Switch Windows 2003 SBS Netopia 3346 Router Linksys

Here is a workaround for your SP3 if you don't have a disk with SP3 on it. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Those symptoms usually mean by lacsr / March 21, 2008 9:10 PM PDT In reply to: Add more info That a driver or Clone a drive and so on. yikes .... "CLEAN INSTALL" !!

Two things I need to do next! Try creating a new user account and logging into that account - do the symptoms change? 2. Running Windows XP SP3 with Windows Update enabled. Thank you for helping us maintain CNET's great community.

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 Is there anything left to try please. Mean time this looks like one of those situations where it would be a good idea to open the system configuration utility (Run->msconfig) and turn off all your start ups. It used to just fine.

Check you DNS settings, and the subnetting on that computer, dhcp as well if you use that. I assume you have run Malware and virus sweepers and know you are clean as well. Recommend scanning with Malwarebytes' first to see if it turns up anything. Couple of shots in the dark: 1.