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Long load time and black screen after user login

Question: Long load time and black screen after user login

I have a windows 7 machine with ssd. Recently, the login time after user login has become unusually long. After I enter the password, it takes about 30 seconds, and then another 30 seconds as the screen goes black.

Any idea what might cause this and how to repair it? Windows is fully patched/updated, avg antivirus running, ran glary utilities, updated video card drivers today. Also, I had Crysis 2 crash a few days ago, and this problem emerged at roughly that time. Could the Crysis 2 crash have somehow corrupted the video card drivers?

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Answer: Long load time and black screen after user login

Does it do this in Safe Mode? Try disabling non-needed startup items and/or disconnect usb devices not needed and see what happens.

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I have recently encountered a problem with explorer.exe. A black screen with only mouse cursor appears for long time after login to my ID, it takes approximately 7 to 10 mins before the desk top loading up.

Anyway every time I now logon I have to press 'Ctrl-Alt-Del' and then open Task Manager, and run a new task 'explorer.exe' and everything is loading quickly. I'm just wondering why it keeps doing this?

Thanks, all help is appreciated,
Val

Answer:A black screen with only mouse cursor appears for long time after login to my ID

Can you boot into safe mode? If you can try SFC. Also if safe mode works try a clean startup.

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Hi everyone,

I share a desktop computer with another family member. We have two user accounts, "Matt" (mine) and "John". Both are administrator accounts. Two days ago, when John logged in after I was done using the computer, the "Welcome" screen took way longer than usual (probably ~30s), and was followed by a couple minutes of a completely black screen (with a cursor) before finally showing the desktop. This problem on his account has persisted ever since.

The computer is otherwise perfectly responsive and usable, the boot time is very short, and I can still log into my account in a few seconds. It's also possible to use Ctrl-Alt-Del to open the task manager in the black screen phase, and it seems to show nothing unusual and very low CPU activity.

I've tried the following, but I'm not sure what to do next:
Boot in safe mode: this solves the problem (but I don't know what to do with that)Create another administrator account: the new account has the same problem as John's.Disable every startup program with the task manager (when logged in as John): doesn't solve the problem

The one thing I remember doing that day that may have changed some system configuration was installing KeePass 2. I've removed it since.

Please ask me if you need any other information.

Any pointers would help, thanks a lot!

Answer:Very long login time on some user accounts

One user account may have Fast Start enabled, the other may have it disabled.

Fast Startup - Turn On or Off in Windows 10

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Hi,
User Profile takes long time to login (1 hour) when connected in Ethernet network and Wireless network. User profile loads normally without network (No network cable connected and not connected in wireless)
Operating system is Windows 7 Enterprise Edition 64 Bit.

       Users is Home folder is configured as \\File_Server\UserHome$\sam      
Cleared temporary files in the laptop at the path C:\Users\sam      
Connected the laptop in Wireless, Different network port, different network cable
      
Outlook OST Files size is 21GB (6GB+15GB) at path C:\Users\sam\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Outlook
      
Apple Computer contains 30GB of data at path C:\Users\sam\AppData\Roaming\
      
Logon Server is  local domain controller (output of set l) from user login
      
User do not want to rename the user profile in the laptop      
Use is able to login noramlly in different machine
What are the other troubleshooting steps to be followed in order to solve the User Profile takes long time issue

Regards, Boopathi

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Hello guys,
I am running Windows 2003 server with AD integrated with Exchange Server 2007 at home to learn more on Networking.
One of my problem is:Its taking around 7 minutes to load the user's profile on the client PC(Windows XP).The Client PC and the Server PC are coonected through Belkin Wireless G Router(54Mbps) via Ethernet Ports.The normal file sharing between Client and Server is really fast.The user's prfile is pretty much the default profile.I think it should be very fast(less then a minue!).
Do i need to edit any group policy or user settings in AD?
Please assist.Thanks
 

Answer:Long time to load the user Profile

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Been doing some reading and ther are other people seeming to have something similar.  The Thinkcentre screen waits a long time to go away and I have made sure there are no USBs in the boot options and I just installed the latest BIOS ending in 60.  Also there is a long wait after the MS XP scrolling green bar goes away.  I hear the scanner recycle and there is still a long wait of maybe a minute or two before it continues.  Watching the disc light on the CPU, it flashes maybe 1 each second througout that whole time until finally windows continues.  I have not unplugged my external USB external discs yet.Any thoughts?ThanksCarver Smith

Answer:Long wait time for "System is Starting" to go away long black screen after MS XP logo

Well this is sad to hear that you are having similar problems.  I had hoped it was simply a power issue for mine. My system also seems to start extremely slow very similar to what you describe.  This seemed to happen after I installed a new PCIe graphics card.  I thought it might be that I am just pushing the power source to its limit and had hopes that it would go away when I upgraded.





----------------------------------ThinkCentre M51 (8143-WNV): Intel Pentium 4 (HT), 4 GB RAM, 40 GB 7200 RPM SATA HDD, PCI Tower (4x5), Intel GMA 900, 48x32x48x16x CD-RW & DVD combo, Broadcom Gigabit Ethernet, Win XP Pro, US Robotics voice/data modem PCI, USB 2.0 PCI card

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Hi there,

It takes my Packard bell Easynote TX86 about 2 minutes until it reaches to the login screen.
It seems to me a very long time.

How can I debug this situation.

Pleas ask for any informtion and I'll try to give.

Thanks!

Answer:Long time until I reach login screen

Try turning off all items in Startup with the exception of the Microsoft items and your antimalware and firewall software. Then reboot - is it quicker? Read this for more help:

Troubleshoot Application Conflicts by Performing a Clean Startup

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 Whats up guys. So I did a little research before I posted, and still couldnt fix the problem. It all happened randomly. I booted up my computer after a proper shut down, and everything is perfect, until I enter my click pattern and the part where the desktop is supposed to pop up. It shows the mouse, and I can move it.... but its a black screen for about 5 minutes. I can control alt delete and actually open task manager, and it shows all tasks running. It happens on shut down, restart, log out, sleep.... I tried a disk sector recover, and its all good. HW test, all good. Even reseated memory, and complete power cycle. Still exist. I saw others had a similar problem, and tried their solutions. I downloaded 2 intel drivers that I didnt have before. Management something, and changed the font from large to medium to no avail. Im ripping my hair out in class because I look like an ass while the teacher waits for my supposed beast laptop to start up... All drivers u2d, all updates installed. I didnt do anything crazy the night before it happened. I played torchlight 2 off of steam. HALP.













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Answer:Y510p Long Black screen after login 8.1

hi GPlattinum,
 
If you boot in Safe Mode, are you able to boot into the desktop without the long delay?
 
If booting into Safe Mode gives you  the desktop almost instantly, try the following to isolate the culprit:
1. If you have a 1TB+24GB SSD cache, temporarily disable Expresscahe by doing the following:
    - press the Windows key? +R, type services.msc and press Enter.
    - on the list of services, look for Expresscache and set the Startup Type to Disabled
 
2. Navigate to the Device Manager > IDE ATA/ATAPI Controllers then rIght click on the Intel(R) 8 Series Chipset Famility SATA AHCI Controller and choose:
  - Update Driver Software
  - Browse my computer for driver software
  - Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer
  - on the list of drivers, choose Standard AHCI Serial ATA Controller then hit OK then restart the machine.
 
After the reboot, Windows will now use a generic SATA Controller driver as shown below.
    - Link to picture
 
 
 
Let me know how it goes.
 
Regards

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I'm running WinXP Home Edition SP2 on this one machine. Latest updates from Microsoft. I have systematically updated my hardware drivers in an attempt to solve this problem, including Nvdia's drivers just this afternoon.

I'm seeing this behavior where the system will reboot okay, except there is an INCREDIBLY LONG delay between when the WinXP splash screen shows up and when the user login screen appears. By that time, my flat panel has decided nothing is happening soon, and has turned itself off, so to check that login is available I usually have to move my mouse.

I have tried to systematically track this thing down, including worrying that my hard drive or IDE were going and being really careful about backups, and buying a replacement hard drive in hand. It does not appear the system is concluding C: drive is dirty. I have tried setting dirty scan time long and deliberately setting C: dirty, thinking that was a problem and I could intervene. Doesn't speed things up. I have tried going into Safe Mode and poking around, but I don't see what to look for, i.e., all seems okay. There are no special startup gizmos AFAIK and boot.ini looks pretty vanilla.

I thought maybe nothing was wrong and there was something amiss with the display or graphics card, but I have no consistent evidence of that.

The system returns, and is stable, it's just that this happens maybe a half hour or so later. I'm loathe to try different kinds of system combinations because of that.... Read more

Answer:long delay between WinXP splash and user login screen

hi
Which company is ur pc? do u keep ur system up for days or like that? which antivirus u use? did u scan ur system with it?

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I've experienced this problem at least twice. I have left my computer up while I went to work or just left the computer running for a long time unattended and when I tried to use it again I cannot get the screens to come up, they just stay black no matter what I do i.e. move the mouse, hit a key on the kb, and ctl alt del. I am running RC1 64bit (fresh install). Anyone else experiencing this?

Thanks,
Eric

Answer:Black screen after long up time

Have you tried turning your monitor off then back on to see if it comes back up? I have my monitor flash the screen then go to black, flash the screen, go to black many times, even since having Vista installed. Does it go black after the screensaver or the monitor turns off, or will it just sort of crash( black screen) even when actively using the machine?

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Hello, today I updated Windows 7 to 10 . After configuring the system, I decided to restart it. During startup, the Windows logo is displayed for about 5 seconds, then black screen for half a minute ... which is pretty damn annoying. Then login screen (automatic login ) and after 10 seconds desktop. Overall, the system boots 3 times longer than the old Win Seven ... So my question is , what to do in order to eliminate black screen when booting? It's probably not normal that the system starts up for so long ... I have little application and order in the system , so it should boot fast like a Ferrari . This black screen would lead me to depression , so please help . I updated my Radeon drivers but no changes.

Answer:Long boot start / black screen before login WIN10

quap said:

Hello, today I updated Windows 7 to 10 . After configuring the system, I decided to restart it. During startup, the Windows logo is displayed for about 5 seconds, then black screen for half a minute ... which is pretty damn annoying. Then login screen (automatic login ) and after 10 seconds desktop. Overall, the system boots 3 times longer than the old Win Seven ... So my question is , what to do in order to eliminate black screen when booting? It's probably not normal that the system starts up for so long ... I have little application and order in the system , so it should boot fast like a Ferrari . This black screen would lead me to depression , so please help . I updated my Radeon drivers but no changes.




Interesting... I just registered to comment in the tweak section on my issue. But my boot times have been horrible since getting this ASUS laptop about a year ago. Of course it came with 8.1 and was always roughly about 1-3 minutes of the &*&) ASUS loading GIF (part of their secure boot crap) but its doing the samething with it disabled and replacing with Windows gif instead.
Anyway, what I have noticed is the boot time when I shutdown is light years compared to a reboot. On a shutdown, its almost like I'm coming out of hibernate BUT.. I confirm it is a shutdown and what's even weirder is the startup applications run super fast after a shutdown and restart takes for #$*($# ever.

Has anyone ran into that?

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my asus laptop k53br taking long time during boot up. I have dual graphic card installed
amd redeon hd 6310 and amd redeon 7400. During boot up after showing logo black sceen splashes it remain black for 2 mintues. windows 10 auto install drivers. I have tried amd autocheck which shows driver is updated driver. when ever I disable 6310 driver it boot quickly but lower the resulation to 1030 to 768. I think problem is due to graphic card. Is there any way around to solve this issue.

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my asus laptop k53br taking long time during boot up. I have dual graphic card installed
amd redeon hd 6310 and amd redeon 7400. During boot up after showing logo black sceen splashes it remain black for 2 mintues. windows 10 auto install drivers. I have tried amd autocheck which shows driver is updated driver. when ever I disable 6310 driver it boot quickly but lower the resulation to 1030 to 768. I think problem is due to graphic card. Is there any way around to solve this issue.

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I recently purchased a new custom computer. It has an amd3000 processor and a gb of memory. When I turn on my computer it takes about 3-5 mins to load the windows loading screen. It turns into a black screen before the windows loading screen loads. After windows loads I can click on my account and it loads up pretty fast. Please help me with my problem.
 

Answer:Takes a long time to load windows loading screen

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Hello,

When i start my PC i see the DELL logo and then the screen goes black for like 3 minutes. Then it shows the windows vista load bar then it loads to desktop!

Whats the Deal? i ran a defrag ect.. scanned for virus/malware.

Still takes time! Anything i can do?
Thanks!
 

Answer:Really long black screen during load up :( insprion 1501 laptop

Depending on how long you have been suffering with this. You could try a System Restore
Start>Programs>Accessories>System Tools>System Restore. Otherwise, I would recommend backing up all of your data. Then doing a reinstall of the OS. Which is often the best choice. I personally do it at least once a year.
 

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Hi, in the last few weeks I started finding my PC completely frozen on a black screen, in the MORNINGS.

Win 7 64 SP1
Intel i7 860
4GB RAM
Gigabyte P55M-UD2
ATI Radeon HD5700
Sound card: M-Audio Profire 610.

Leaving it working at nights means I'm only uploading stuff via uTorrent. Nothing else.
I'm regularly pushing it's performance - music production kills CPU and RAM, latest games milk the GPU, but doing that never caused crashes or freezes.

The point - it happens only after long hours of doing nothing (so far). i.e. idle for the whole night. Or the whole night and morning after it.
Doesn't always happen, but most of the times.

Some notes:
- The PC is not old, and it was connected to the internet only a few months ago. Protected, no viruses.
- Sound card has caused A LOT of problems. BSODS and instabilities - only when working with Cubase. It's a major suspect.
- Only once have I seen it freeze in front of my eyes. First windows just froze, no black screen. I power-shut off at that moment, I guess after some time it becomes black.
- A few days ago the display device crashed (first time I had a problem with it). I installed the latest drivers afterwards. Not enough time passed to state it won't happen again.

Any log I could provide? No idea which...
 

Answer:PC freezes on a black screen after long idle time.

http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=977074

Do you have auto-hide enabled?
 

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When I start my PC,monitor shows long time waiting black screen with blinking short line which is same in DOS.I counted Num,Caps & Scroll locks bulbs are blinking more than 15 times with above processing. This problem starts few days ago. How can I solve this problem? I really appreciate your advice. Motherboard Intel 945GL.OS-Windows 72GB RamOn board VGAI installed Bitdefender week ago.Thanks

Answer:long time waiting black screen before booting

The first thing to try would be to uninstall BitDefender and see if that cures the problem.

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I have lenovo z470 model...For the last one month it works fine but from the last two days, after the booting process the screen gets off for nearly 70 seconds before  login screen comes,after the login also works fine....Anyone pls help me???

Answer:Screen turns black for long time after boot

hi there! power off unit and hit the One Key Recovery button. Perform the One Key Antivirus Feature and select full scan. Make sure unit is plugged in- Since Unit is new, this would be a good time to create Recovery Discs- this is very, very important. When discs have been created, your safe. Run the One Key Recovery Option and post back if issue persists. Cheers! 

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hey guys...

i deleted some files from the add/remove files, and once i was finished decided to restart the computer, and after i got to the vista image, it went to the blue welcome screen, and showed the blue loading circle, and normally i'll see a black screen for a breif moment, and then my desktop, but now it takes a very long time to bring me to my desktop... i called dell tech support, and they said it's not a hardware problem, b/c we ran a diagnostics, and they believe it's software problem. the only things i know i deleted that could have effed me over were:

microsoft visual c++
microsoft visual j.net (something like that)
apple mobile something
win.rar
 

Answer:black screen, and VERY long loading time to desktop...

i looked up all those programs i deleted, and i don't think they are casuing this loading issue.

is it possible i bumped the video card when moving my laptop, and is that would could cause the black screen before my desktop, b/c i notice that after the 5 min. pause once the desktop DOES show up... everything is loaded, and my internet connection is ready...

i mean i am getting a display, b/c im on my laptop right now...
 

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Greetings.
When I boot or reboot my PC, it is a slow process, the time with the blue window and the spinning circle is only about 5 seconds, but then there is a pause of 30-35 seconds where absolutely nothing is going on. Black screen, no activity at the SSD or at the net. After this my USB mouse and keyboards wake up, and only a few seconds later my PC is running normally.

I have allways (in windows 8) had that black screen, but only for a few seconds. After win8.1 this "dead screen" just getting longer and longer. I have had it for some times, but I used to use Intel Rapid Start, so I did not care. Now I got som faster ram, and Intel Rapid Start don't work with this ram, so now I have to boot every time, and now I'm not so happy with this long pause in boot.

What is Windows 8 doing in this time?
How to eliminate it (or just get it reduced)?

I never had this black screen under windows 7.

Answer:Black screen in boot for long time, how to solve?

Was this an upgrade or a fresh install?

What progams did you recently install?

If you start the computer in safe mode with networking, it it faster?

If faster in safe mode, then disable all startup programs and services, except microsoft services, then reboot..

If not faster, then also disable all microsoft services as well, reboot

If not faster, then you may have hardware issues, or windows installation issues.. Hardware usually being either video, harddrive, or motherboard..

If faster, then start enabling your services, 10 or 20 at a time, then reboot, when system gets slow again, narrow down which service is causing the issue by disabling from the last 20 , one or two at a time..

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Hi All,

I logged into a computer as an administrator to install an application client, citrix client, on a users computer. The installation went successfully and worked fine on the administrator account, however, when the user try to login in to the computer the computer goes black screen after welcome message and stay black until it gets shutdown manually. Nothing works in this state of black screen, ctrl+alt+del etc doesn't work, although the mouse cursor is visible and movable - thats it.

Technicals;

1. Windows 7 Pro 64 bit OEM / HP probook.
2. The user has administrator privilieges.
3. The user can login in safe mode, but a restore to a previous restore point didn't work.
4. sfc /scannow completes without any errors.
5. Windows update doesn't work in users safe mode with network. Shouldn't it supposed to be working?
6. Tried Prevx fix for black screen / explorer not running.
7. User is on company AD domain so i need the user account to be working again.
8. Disabling all startup programs doesn't help.
9. Administrator account works fine with normal login / drivers loaded etc.

Any suggestions on how to either fix the problem or get the user account to work again?

Thank you!

Nicolai

Answer:User get black screen when trying to login

Hello Nicolai, welcome to SF!

A question, as I don't know how you AD is setup...
Would it be possible for you to save the users local data if any, and completely re-create that user on the pc?
That might be easier than finding a UAC / AD authorization issue

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I use Toshiba Satellite Laptop with Windows XP Prof SP2.

After 10-15 minutes of idle time, my laptop launches a plan screen saver. When i move the mouse i get the Windows logon. Since i am part of my corporate AD, i have to provide my credentials.

After giving the credentials, its taking almost 2minutes to launch the screen. till then i only see an empty blue screen. during this 2 minutes, my mouse is functional.

Following are some of the two major things i did, but still have the same problem.

1. Display properties, Screen saver tab, Screen saver drop down says Windows XP, Wait is 15 minutes, and the check box "On resume, password protect" is enabled. But all these controls are completely disabled with the above values. When i click the Settings button, i get the following message "This screen saver has no options that you can set". Since i wanted to completely disable this screen saver options, i went to gpedit.msc then went to User Configuration->Administrative Templates->Control Panel->Display and disabled the following settings

a. Screen Saver
b. Password protect the screen saver
c. Screen Saver timeout.

Also, one more information, i did all this through my AD user login in my laptop. This user is given administrative privileges
2. Since i have the toshiba power saver configured, i went in to toshiba power saver settings and made the settings as NEVER for Monitor Turn off and Hard disk turn off for the all the power profiles.

Anybod... Read more

Answer:Windows unlocking from a screen saver takes long time to load

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hello!. i have Aspire4750g windows7 HB 32bit. after the "Starting Windows" (the one with their logo). It normally displays a BLACK SCREEN but it is just for 1-2 seconds. But in my case, the black screen in my laptop after the "Starting Windows" takes 5-10 seconds! what the? Is there a problem?

Answer:Windows 7 HB 32bit: displays black screen for a long time!

Yes
Impatience

It all depends upon the speed of the hardware.

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Hello everyone!I have a Y580 (bought it 25 months ago.. yay...) and since two or three days, I observe a strange problem:I switch the laptop on (no matter if battery or cable)but the screen stays black, whereas the other parts are running (but it does not boot the OS - otherwise I would havenoticed an Error on Windows boot up, I guess).I also checked another monitor via cable, uninstalled hdd and rambut the problem stays the same.Misteriously, if I leave the laptop on, it starts to boot regularly and I can work with it in a normal manner.So finally I assume that the graphic chip is about to die?!Any suggestions or helping comments?Best Regards,Daniel

Answer:Y580 screen stays black for a long time but then boots normally

Do you dual boot?
Do you have SSD?
Whats your system confirguration?

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Hi folks

Recently my pc starded giving me a Black screen with interactive mouse pointer after the windows logo. I think the official term for this is KSOD ( blacK screen of Death ).

this black screen stays on for at least 3-4 minutes before i get to the welcome screen.

Not sure why this is happening. I haven't updated anything or changed anything or added anything.

I was going through my NTBTLOG.TXT and found out that my pc keeps trying to load some drivers and fails.

here are the names of a few of them :-

@nettun.inf , @netrasa.inf, @nettun.inf, @cpu.inf, @oem46.inf

I think this continuous attempt to load those drivers is causing the delay. I am attaching my ntbtlog.txt file to this post.

Also i got this BSOD last time logged into my pc :
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Problem signature:
Problem Event Name: BlueScreen
OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.256.48
Locale ID: 3081

Additional information about the problem:
BCCode: d1
BCP1: 0000000000000000
BCP2: 0000000000000002
BCP3: 0000000000000001
BCP4: FFFFF88003E21E41
OS Version: 6_1_7601
Service Pack: 1_0
Product: 256_1

Files that help describe the problem:
C:\Windows\Minidump\070912-30248-01.dmp
C:\Users\Sukhvir\AppData\Local\Temp\WER-116267-0.sysdata.xml
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Answer:KSOD - black screen after windows logo for a long time

sorry forgot to attach ntbtlog.txt .. here it is now
 

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I owodified Y410p which started malfunctioning roughly about 2 months ago. First it took progressively longer time for Lenovo logo to show up. First 3 minutes, then 5, yesterday 15, and today 40 minutes have passed and the screen remains black. Once it gets to Lenovo, everything is okay. When the power button is pushed, everything starts bormally. Keyboard light on , fan on, the laptop deels warm, and even the CD unit can be opened and closed - but the screen won't immediately load.

Answer:Y410P screen stays black for a long time after turned on

(So hard to use the forums for smartphone **bleep**) Continuation of above: I have tried some simple solutions like power button 20 seconds or Shift-F8 and none works. Some say that Windows 10 might be the problem but I've installed mine for 2 yrars and no problem has arised about it. I hope someone could suggest me something before ai have to bring it to the service centre (if I must). Thanks.

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okay, so i finally removed this malware called double d but now i have a bigger problemmy login is fine, but another person (who owns cpu and uses it most often) gets a black screen with a white cursor upon logging in.This exchange of problems is horrible and I wish I never went about repairing it. I think this could have been due to combofixi also was unable to access the internet and backgrounds were changed following the usage of combofix (i was able to manually restore internet connection by simply adding in the default gateway which was blank)any help or insight would be greatly appreciated. Once again, login trouble is only for one user as I am using internet and typing this very message on my login for vista. i'll post the combofix log.ComboFix 09-08-10.06 - Josh 08/18/2009 17:04.1.2 - NTFSx86Running from: c:\users\Josh\Desktop\ComboFix.exeSP: Lavasoft Ad-Watch Live! *disabled* (Updated) {67844DAE-4F77-4D69-9457-98E8CFFDAA22}SP: Windows Defender *enabled* (Updated) {D68DDC3A-831F-4FAE-9E44-DA132C1ACF46} * Created a new restore point * Resident AV is active.((((((((((((((((((((((((((((((((((((((( Other Deletions ))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))).c:\$recycle.bin\S-1-5-21-1400113804-1914402855-3429530994-500c:\$recycle.bin\S-1-5-21-2152478756-3922319563-605102323-500c:\$recycle.bin\S-1-5-21-3700753368-1022907414-2960024738-500c:\users\Robert McSparren\AppData\... Read more

Answer:Only 1 user with black screen with cursor upon login

Hello siennaimee,Please note the message text in blue at the top of the Am I infected? What do I do? forum.ComboFix logs should not to be posted outside the HijackThis forums and then only when requested by a HJT Team member. It is an extremely powerful tool which should only be used when instructed to do so by someone who has been properly trained. ComboFix is intended by its creator to be "used under the guidance and supervision of an expert", NOT for private use. Please read Combofix's Disclaimer. Using this tool incorrectly could lead to disastrous problems with your operating system such as preventing it from ever starting again.Please create a new topic explaining the nature of your problem in the Am I infected? What do I do? forum. Describe pop-ups and system tray or desktop icons that have appeared. Explain what is "going wrong" with your computer. Note any tools you have used and their respective results.If needed, we will direct you to our HJT Preparation Guide.Thank you for using BleepingComputer as your malware removal source.This topic is now closed. If you have any questions, please PM me or another Moderator.The BC Staff

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hi,
im am having problems getting my DELL desktop to work.
a few days back it started freezing.
Now when we turn it on it dosnt start up at all, the green power light turns on in the tower but nothing happens on the moniter screen.

we called DELL and the technician said it was a problem with the graphics card, we bought a new one and it starts up fine but only gets to a black screen before the user accounts log in page.
(this is after the option of, resume windows normally, or, start with safe mode....goes to a black screen with either of them)

Phoning back DELL with the problem their now telling me its not a hardware but a software problem.
does this sound familiar with anyone ??

help much appriciated

Answer:BLACK SCREEN before user login accounts

Hi and welcome to TSF you could try running a repair from the install or recovery disc
How to automatically repair Windows Vista using Startup Repair

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I posted this question earlier but I fixed the problem. Now the answer to what I'm looking for is how can I stop avast from making a black screen popup. I used this tutorial-
How to solve Windows 8 black screen problem after login | Ask4pc
It didnt work. Anything else that will work?

Answer:Windows 8 Black screen after user login

I've seen something here

Windows 8 and Avast black screen problem with moveable cursor |SOLVED

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Hello all !!! I purchased a Lenovo S10-3, 4 months ago... with a spec of... 2GB memory320GB Hard disk driveIntel Atom N455 my problem is now my netbook boots so long what happens is that When it boots it goes to loading screen of Windows 7 Ultimate after that the screen goes black for a very long time around 3mins and then it wil resume loading before it was under 2 mins... While in black screen the hard disk is reading continiously... Steps I already have done still no fix. Install a fresh copy of windows 7 and reinstall all drivers for Lenovo S10-3Install a Bios for S10-3...Tried registry fix   Thanks to all who can address this issue ^^

Answer:Lenovo S10-3 Booting problem, long black screen time loading

hey mrvoid,welcome to the forums and that's a bit strange.could you reinstall Win 7 once more and this time do not install any Lenovo drivers.let Win7 install its own generic drivers and once this is done; check and see if the bootup is still slow or did it improve.at the same time, increase your RAM memory as well.





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I have a Windows 8.1 Enterprise PC.
When I try to logon to this PC remotely using RDP, I get a black screen with a mouse cursor.
This will stay there for 1-2 minutes, then I get access to my desktop.
This is happening from any PC, whether I attempt from a PC on the local LAN or remote LAN.
I have seen a number of similar posts, but I am able to logon if I wait. Once in all works fine.
Seeking to find out how I can find out why it is taking so long to logon and hopefully find a way to fix it.

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To start off with, first of all I've got 3 computers: my Windows 10 laptop [which is relatively new], a W10 upgraded desktop, and an aging, slow Windows 7 laptop - which my parents are using.

To help my parents out I recently tried to create a new user account on my Windows 10 laptop. It 'takes longer than expected' to do it, but it's done and everything seems fine. All I do is install Firefox on it, and that's about it.

But when I turn it on again a login to my parents user accout, the screen's blank, and I can ctr+alt+del to get the Task Manager up, but that's it. Creating an explorer.exe doesn't work, and restarting the current explorer.exe does nothing.

I've tried Googling around for answers, but a lot of them doesn't seem to apply to my situation exactly.

Any help would be appreciated.

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Was wondering if anyone could help?
The problem is my windows vista home will not load to the login page. it all started when my computer would not shut down. as it wouldnt i pressed the off button left it for a couple of mins and turned it back on again. it came up saying that there was a problem and i selected to have it automatically fix the problem. it said it could take a few times for it to work. on the second try it said it could not fix the problem and gave option send message to windows.pressed ok,came up to remove any cd or camera connections. i had my phone charger connected which i removed and restarted,where it then had the option of loading windows normally which i did. the loading bar came up at the bottom and disappeared a few seconds later leaving me with a blank black page.i re-did this again but selected the safe mode this time and still it did the same thing. i do not get why it has gone like this because i only use the internet and word and update my computer when it needs be. i am no good with computers and feel hopeless on how to fix this as i have only had this computer for literally a couple of months!

Answer:does not load to login page. left with blank black screen.

Originally Posted by rebecca033


Was wondering if anyone could help?
The problem is my windows vista home will not load to the login page. it all started when my computer would not shut down. as it wouldnt i pressed the off button left it for a couple of mins and turned it back on again. it came up saying that there was a problem and i selected to have it automatically fix the problem. it said it could take a few times for it to work. on the second try it said it could not fix the problem and gave option send message to windows.pressed ok,came up to remove any cd or camera connections. i had my phone charger connected which i removed and restarted,where it then had the option of loading windows normally which i did. the loading bar came up at the bottom and disappeared a few seconds later leaving me with a blank black page.i re-did this again but selected the safe mode this time and still it did the same thing. i do not get why it has gone like this because i only use the internet and word and update my computer when it needs be. i am no good with computers and feel hopeless on how to fix this as i have only had this computer for literally a couple of months!



Hi Rebecca,

Welcome to the forum.

Have a look here and maybe follow some of the links;
System Recovery Options

The tutorials are well written and easy to follow.

Should this be of no help you also have the choice of having your PC repaired under warranty you just need to take it back ... Read more

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Hi, I have problem with my laptop. the problem is that quite long time to start to windows 8.1.When I push power button, black screen stays for 1-15 minutes and then starts normally (appear lenovo logo then windows start). For this moment i tried:-reinstall windows- nothing happend-power on/off with/without battery-the same as above-detach this little battery to reset bios- nothing-change ram stickThe last thing I tried was update BIOS. Downloaded the latest version (3.09) of BIOS. In windows restarted and failture (invalid firmware image) . I know that i should disable Secure Boot- done (BIOS says that is disabled) and the same message. I tried download 6 times and all failture. Tried disable UEFI but still the same message.I have BIOS ver. 3.05From time to time I think that could be graphic card but in this case laptop screen should be still black

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Hi, I have problem with my laptop. the problem is that quite long time to start to windows 8.1.When I push power button, black screen stays for 1-15 minutes and then starts normally (appear lenovo logo then windows start). For this moment i tried:-reinstall windows- nothing happend-power on/off with/without battery-the same as above-detach this little battery to reset bios- nothing-change ram stickThe last thing I tried was update BIOS. Downloaded the latest version (3.09) of BIOS. In windows restarted and failture (invalid firmware image) . I know that i should disable Secure Boot- done (BIOS says that is disabled) and the same message. I tried download 6 times and all failture. Tried disable UEFI but still the same message.I have BIOS ver. 3.05From time to time I think that could be graphic card but in this case laptop screen should be still black

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Alright so for some reason ever since I've "upgraded" to Windows 10 from Windows 8.1 I've been having numerous issues with my computer taking a very long time to boot and I've noticed it is logging me in sometimes without asking me for my password at boot. I really want to stop the black screens as waiting 5-10 minutes every time I turn my computer on is annoying. Also I don't see why it would log me in without prompting for my password as why else would I have a logon password? Please if someone knows how to fix my slow boot with black screen where it seems to be sometimes logging me in automatically that would be great thanks!

Answer:How To Disable Auto Login Last User/Black Screen At Boot???

Hello Radical924,

Double check using the tutorial below to see if you have the Users must enter a user name and password to use this computer box checked to see if that may help with at least the sign in issue.

Sign in User Account Automatically at Windows 10 Startup

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Alright so for some reason ever since I've "upgraded" to Windows 10 from Windows 8.1 I've been having numerous issues with my computer taking a very long time to boot and I've noticed it is logging me in sometimes without asking me for my password at boot. I really want to stop the black screens as waiting 5-10 minutes every time I turn my computer on is annoying. Also I don't see why it would log me in without prompting for my password as why else would I have a logon password? Please if someone knows how to fix my slow boot with black screen where it seems to be sometimes logging me in automatically that would be great thanks!

Answer:How To Disable Auto Login Last User/Black Screen At Boot???

Hello Radical924,

Double check using the tutorial below to see if you have the Users must enter a user name and password to use this computer box checked to see if that may help with at least the sign in issue.

Sign in User Account Automatically at Windows 10 Startup

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hi there, looking for help regarding a vista error, ive run all the scans, and i mean ALL OF THEM, and i know this can't be a virus

a few nights back i hibernated my Vaio Laptop, it turned the screen off and started the normal hibernate stuff, but it would not turn off the power light, so i was forced to hold the power off/on button till it shut down, it has done this before and rebooted fine so i thought nothing of it

when i booted it back up, put my password in the login screen and logged in, the laptop stayed on the "welcome *spinning circle*" screen for a few minutes (much longer than normal) then it changes to a black screen (K.S.O.D), i can see the mouse and move it about, and ctrl-alt-del still locks the computer and offers the command prompt, loading the command prompt i killed and reloaded explorer.exe and the desktop starts to load like a normal login, but everything seems slower than normal, msn messenger fails to run, my sidebar gadgets are all wierd white rectangles (probably failed to launch too) , device monitor says it stopped working, clicking "help and support" on the desktop doesnt work neither :S, worst of all, my wireless network adaptor doesnt seem to turn on at all, im currently using a different computer to get on the forums, usb drives still seem to work though :S

apparrently this is "limited access mode" something to do with a failure to access the "sens server" a random popup on the taskbar said on one... Read more

Answer:Solved: windows long time logging in --> black screen --> limited access logon, HELP!

I would highly advise either:

1.) Using a Vista Home Installation disk to "repair" your OS installation.

or

2.) Trashing Vista due to the various problems that it causes and make the move to Windows 7.
(that is what I did on my laptop, after it suffered the "black screen" upon logging into Windows)
 

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Hello,

I bought a new computer in September, Dell N5050. The first problem occurred in November, I made prntScr: http://i49.tinypic.com/2gsjp5y.png
This problem is solved: I thought it's a virus, I downloaded Advanced SystemCare (I had McAfee) this scanned my computer and found a four Trojan.

Then came a new problem.
I turn on computer, starting windows, black screen with a cursor about 8-9 minutes, log on and welcome screen loading about 5 seconds.
OR
I turn on computer, starting windows, black screen with a cursor about 1-2 minutes, log on and welcome screen loading about 6-7 minutes.

I really don't know, what it depends on.
What is problem? How I can fix it?

PS: my native language isn't English. Sorry for mistakes.
PS: I have Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit.

Thanks,
theHappie.

Answer:Welcome screen load time or black screen with a cursor

First thing I'd do is getting rid of Advanced System Care. It's a system optimizer, and Windows 7 does not like optimizers. I'd bet that it is responsible of the slow start.

Second, ASC isn't an antivirus, or if it is I never heard of it. Which isn't a good sign. Install a good antivirus and run a full scan, I like Avira (my favourite, which is free and nuked all evil things I threw at it), but other people like Microsoft Security Essentials (again free, but less powerful than Avira).

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Hello, when I sign on to my computer, then click my user, it won't load. There is just a black screen with the cursor. I've tried using ctrl+shift+escape and typing explorer.exe, but the task manager immediately has an error and closes. I think the problem with this is that all the files with an .exe close within a few seconds after opening.

I CAN use the computer with the administrative user. I can access my files and transfer them over to my admin account. The problem with this is that all my preferences and settings from my user are gone.

Does anyone have an idea on how I might fix this my corrupt user account?
Thanks,
Brad
 

Answer:Main user won't load. Just a black screen. All programs close immediately

Welcome to TSG hirowhite. Go to the link and follow the steps there.

Fix a corrupted user profile
 

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Hello, when I sign on to my computer, then click my user, it won't load. There is just a black screen with the cursor. I've tried using ctrl+shift+escape and typing explorer.exe, but the task manager immediately has an error and closes. I think the problem with this is that all the files with an .exe close within a few seconds after opening.
 
I CAN use the computer with the administrative user. I can access my files and transfer them over to my admin account. The problem with this is that all my preferences and settings (particularly my firefox bookmarks and settings) are gone.
 
Does anyone have an idea on how I might fix this?
 
 
Thanks,
Brad

Answer:Main user account won't load. Just a black screen. All programs close.

Try a system restore to a date just before the problem started.
 
Start menu All Programs/Accessories/System Tools/System Restore.

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I am trying to solve this problem on a friend's laptop. It is a Sony Vaio with Windows 7 64bit, using Chrome. Bought within the last year. I can play videos from sites like youtube, hulu, and sports sites, but when I try to play a video from putlocker, gorillavid, or other streaming sites typically used for videos like anime or tv shows the video either doesn't load (just spins) or takes a REALLY long time to load, almost like it is downloading the full video before it plays.

I borrowed another laptop from the library which also has Windows 7 and Chrome and all the videos play fine on it using the same internet connection, so it is definitely something local to this machine.

I have searched the net for three days trying to find a solution, but to no avail. I have the latest versions of flash, java, etc. I have tried older versions of flash. I've disabled the antivirus and firewall. Disabled the built-in flash plugin for chrome. I really am not sure what else to do. If anyone has any suggestions I would readily welcome them. I have tried other browsers as well and had similar issues.
 

Answer:Online videos do not load or take a very long time to load

No ideas I guess?
 

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My Win.XP was too slow so i start to improve is performance. I made many changes since hardware, like increase RAM (before 128 now 635), to Xp configurations like change windows classic display, defrag, cleanup, boot files defrag, use cachamen to optimeze memory usage, desable unused windows xp services , changing registry for a faster turn of and many others. However every first time i launch IE browser it takes more or less a minute to load. Is this normal?How long should take? I then instaled mozilla and i had the same problem. During the short period of time it happens other programs get slower or even got block when i give them some order.But when IE is finaly loaded the other programs desblocked almost instantly. Beside that during this time Task Manager displays 100% CPU usage. Is this the problem?It´s normal? It´s because a i have a old Pentium III 735 MHz? In a general way my computer is now much more faster. It should startup faster but that´s other problem to handle. By the way any one can tell if overclocking will significantly enhance my computer performance?
 

Answer:every time I launch IE for the first time it takes to long to load

u should identify which program is causing ur cpu 2 max out @ 100% as that will certainly cause any program, ie or firefox 2 open very slowly! it's not normal 4 that 2 happen... & just 4 grins, memory optimizers r bunk! they don't really work except in the short term. they take resources from other programs 2 increase ur memory size but it isn't long b4 ur usage is back down 2 where it was
 

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http://www.morti.me/
 
It was fast this morning and it loaded right away. It is now taking a long time to load and it is very slow. I tried shutting down the computer and refreshing it and it is still doing the same thing. 
 
 

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I use firefox as my browser. Lately some websites either won't load or take in upwards of 20 minutes. My virus scanner keeps catching virus's. I have run my virus scanner(CA VIRUS SCANNER), ad-aware, spybot, spysubtract, and superantispyware, they all cuaght something the first run through but now come up clean. i then browsed the forums here and found a similar post. I tried some of the suggestions there, which were to repair my network connection in the control panel, and to set firefox's network connection to autodetect, these seem to have helped but some sites are still slow particularly pogo games(my wife)pogo.com loads up fine it's the popup game windows that have the problem. thanks for any help.

Answer:Certain Websites Won't Load Or Take A Long Time To Load

Hello and welcomplease advise which windows version you are running and which version of Adaware have you used and which of spybot?when you say you are getting pop up windows, are these part OF the page you are accessing or are they signs of infection?

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Since the last windows 10 builds, my loggin screen would freeze where it shows the time, i can move my mouse around but cant click anything or use the keyboard, or when i log in it would go to a blackscreen but still see the mouse. It would be there for 10 minutes then load my deskstop.

This have never happened the first time i installed windows 10

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When i start up my computer,after reaching windows 7 symbol appears and i see the blue screen,it takes over 3 minutes before i see the form to type my password in.The same happens when i let my computer hibernate/sleep and then turn it on again.
These are my computer specs:
Operating System
MS Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit SP1
CPU
Intel Core i7 @ 2.80GHz 53 ?C
Sandy Bridge 32nm Technology
RAM
8.00 GB Dual-Channel DDR3 @ 665MHz (9-9-9-24)
Motherboard
FUJITSU FJNB235 (Onboard)
Graphics
Standard Monitor ([email protected])
Intel(R) HD Graphics Family
Hard Drives
625GB TOSHIBA TOSHIBA MK6461GSYN (SATA) 38 ?C
Optical Drives
MATSHITA DVD-RAM UJ8A2AS
Audio
Realtek High Definition Audio

Answer:Login takes long time to appear.

Hello KurokoChii and welcome to Seven Forums.

I'd go through the troubleshooting steps in this tutorial from one of our Forum experts. Make sure you don't have any malware issues. It might also help to know how long the log in problem has been going on. Did it recently start after doing Windows Updates, for example? Or installing a new program? You could use a system restore point to roll your computer back to a date time prior to doing the updates or program installation. If the log in problem has been going on for a while you might have damaged or corrupt system files. See step # 15 on how to run a system file checker scan.

Troubleshooting Steps for Windows 7

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Hi,



since the fresh installation of win10 after awhile login takes a long time. I created a new user and copied all my files to that account and the problem was solved but after 3-4 Weeks it gets slower and now it almost takes a minute to login into windows. Booting is fast....Didnt have that problem with win8.1



My System:

Intel i7-5960x
16GB Ram
3 SSDs
Windows 10
Nvidia Gtx980ti

Thanks!

Answer:Login takes a long time

This might give you a way of looking at events..
BootRacer

BootRacer logs all the results to the history report and to standard event log. You can check events using Windows Event Viewer.

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I have a windows 7 laptop and working fine whenever i am in office. But if i try to login with my laptop at home it takes too much time to login. I also tried it in office via shutting down all DC's. then windows 7 machine takes too much time to login, while
if DC's are running then it login early. 
Can anyone help me to this problem?

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Hi,

Win 10 x64 1703 Build 15063.413 - Screen Image pre Login there too long before login box.

I am not sure whether this started with the 1703 update but it seem like it did around that time anyway.

When I cold boot I get to the image with the large date etc.

When I click I used to get the login box but now no matter how much I click the mouse, or the keyboard, once the date goes up and out, I am stuck with the image.

It takes sometimes 5-10 mins before I finally get the login box.

How can I fix this please?

oz

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Hello friends, I recently got the Gnome desktop environment on the Ubuntu Software Center, and I used the gdm and startx command as said by another forum site. Nothing wrong, they said to logout, tried to login again, goes to a black screen and sends me back to the Ubuntu login screen. Tried again, same result, panicked. Looked up video tutorial on how to fix it, they said to access the control panel via ctrl-alt-f1 or f2, went to a black screen, no text at all, computer runs fine, no crashing. Is there a special way to access the terminal in a System76 computer, I really don't know very confusing? Is there a way to login with the guest session? I use Ubuntu 15.10 Wily Werewolf on my laptop. What causes this, I read on Ubuntu forums it's driver issues with Ubuntu and Nvidia, but I have my suspections with the Gnome desktop environment.
 

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We have a Tecra M3 which is running windows XP. It takes about 3 minutes from typing in the login name to displaying the desktop - the laptop is set up to logon to our domain and just seems to be getting slower and slower to logon - if you leave it at the logon screen for approx. 5 mins and then logon goes through almost immediately.
What the problem can be?

Answer:Windows XP login takes a long time

Hi,

it seems like there is too much software being loaded while Windows starts.
You should use a program like Adaware to clean the registry.

Bye

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A couple weeks ago, my Windows 10 computer started taking a LONG time to login. The times have been going up and down, with a max of about 15.5 minutes, which happened today. Here's what I've tried to solve this issue:

1. Do a clean boot (no startup programs or services other than Microsoft services).
2. Defrag/optimize hard drive (not SSD).
3. Run CCleaner and Malwarebytes.
4. Check the Event Viewer.

Here I found multiple warnings and errors:

1. Event 6005, The winlogon notification subscriber <Profiles> is taking long time to handle the notification event (Logon).
2. Event 7022, The Connected Devices Platform Service service hung on starting. (and a few like it, only with different services)
3. Event 6006, The winlogon notification subscriber <Profiles> took 936 second(s) to handle the notification event (Logon).
4. Event 6004, The winlogon notification subscriber <GPClient> failed a critical notification event.
5. Event 6001, The winlogon notification subscriber <Sens> failed a notification event.

After some googling, I continued with the following steps:

5. Disable "Always wait for the network at computer startup and logon" and "Run logon scripts synchronously" in the Group Policy Editor.
6. Do an in-place upgrade/repair.

There are probably some other steps I've missed, but I think that covers most of it. I'm fed up with this problem, but I really don't want to have to reinstall Windows. If anyone has any solutions or idea... Read more

Answer:Windows 10 takes a LONG time to login

JFischer00 said:

A couple weeks ago, my Windows 10 computer started taking a LONG time to login. The times have been going up and down, with a max of about 15.5 minutes, which happened today.



Was "a couple weeks ago" just after installation of the AU? If so, I'd suggest a clean reinstall.

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Question: Ie6 Long Load Time

Hello All.

When I click on my IE logo from the desktop, it opens the browser window, but then 3-6 minutes to connect to the internet.

I am running an HP with Xp.

Any possible help ?

Answer:Ie6 Long Load Time

Welcome to Bleeping Computer hoagart,Try clearing old files and settings;Click on Tools.Select Internet Options.Click the General tab.Click the Delete Files button.When the box opens, put a check in Delete All Offline Content.Click Okay.Click Delete Cookies. When you are prompted to confirm this selection, click Okay.Click Settings.Click View Objects.Click View, and then click Details.If Damaged appears in the Status column for any program file, remove that program file.Close the Downloaded Program Files dialog box.In the Settings dialog box, click OK .Under History, click Clear History, and then click Yes when you are prompted to confirm the selection.In the Internet Options dialog box, click Okay.Then have a look through the Topic: Slow Computer?, Use this troubleshooting checklist.

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Normally, when an xp machine boots up in an AD domain, it bypasses starting up the network and jumps straight to the login screen. However, in my situation these workstations are actually logging in to the domain and applying their GPOs before dropping the user to the login screen. This is non-optimal behavior.

I have run RSOP on the local workstation, and the "Always wait for the network at computer startup and logon" option is disabled. I know there are other instances when a system may bring up the network before hand ( such as when an application is scheduled to be installed ), and I suspect that's what's going on here. But I don't know what a GPO might do to force a workstation to login on startup.

Any pointers?
 

Answer:AD: Troubleshooting long computer login times ( not user! )

From the help/description of that policy setting:

"If a user with a roaming profile, home directory, or user object logon script logs on to a computer, Windows XP always waits for the network to be initialized before logging the user on."

Do any of those conditions apply? That would explain why computer settings processing is bypassed but user settings on logon are always processed.

reread the title - not user. So it's the computer setting that's failing? I was confused by calling that 'logging into the domain'. What does the event log say? If you have a failed application install deployed to the computer it will constantly retry the installation (I believe). I actually prefer to force 'wait for network on startup'. This way I know GP changes are applied at next reboot (typically patch tuesday) and not months down the line. I can understand the issue if this process is taking a while, but I usually only see that on changes/failed software installs.
 

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For the past few weeks i've been having some issues after my computer would go on standby, "black screen," or when starting, "black screen after first windows startup screen".

Now my computer will either take forever to log me in, then lock up right after showing the desktop picture, or never log me in.

Is this a bad hard drive?????

Answer:Satellite M series needs long time for booting and login

> Is this a bad hard drive?
Not easy to say what exactly causing this issue.

Did you try to reinstall the OS?
You should use the Toshiba recovery CD to ensure if it's a software or hardware issue.

Please recover the notebook and then report the result...

Good luck and greetings mate

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I discovered that if I login with the router off and then turn on the router it works nornally. What could be the problem?

Answer:My Aspire T win7 takes long time to login and then...

Could be a virus. Download and run free Malwarebytes and see what it finds. Run it in safe mode.Download Malwarebytes Anti-Malware 2.20.1024 Final

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Everytime I open My Computer it takes a long time to load. No cd in drve. Just takes a long time. Eventually shows up after 20 seconds. And when I open my downloads folder from utorrent it finds a error and closes it. Any help? Thanks
 

Answer:My Computer Long Load Time

Time to reinstall Windows. You could try running checkdisk first and maybe defragging, but it sounds like you've got some serious OS-related issues there.
 

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I have suddenly experienced a delay in opening my homepage (which is only Google). Once its loaded, I can go back out and in instantly - its just for the first time.

The rest of the system seems fine, just a delay in loading internet explorer. is there anything I can do?

I have scanned with Spywareblaster and Sybot and came back with nothing.

I have AVast and Zone Alarm firewall.

Answer:IE takes long time to load

Hi Paulrenno,

Does it happen in more than one browser? In other words - both Internet Explorer and Firefox?
Have you emptied your temporary internet files in Windows Explorer under Documents&Settings/your user name/LocalSettings
Have you cleared your private data under Tools?
If you use bookmarks (Firefox) and favorites (Internet Explorer), have you tried deleting your history?
Have you emptied out your cookies folder?

Zllio

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I'm ruinning IE on XP, and some pages take a long time to load. Some will only load if you put an "s" in front of htpp:// (eg: https://www.topsecretrecipes.com) Others wont load properly (Like www.foodnetwork.com)
 

Answer:Some pages take a long time to load

Because besides the fact that some pages won't load, once in a while IE willstop responding and I'll have to CTRL+ ALT DELETE.
 

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I click on “Launch Internet Explorer Browser” icon.

And have it set on “blank page”, because of a problem that I had encountered some time back.

Initially it opens up half of the screen, and the “yellow wheel” just rotates and rotates along it’s merry way for about 20 second, the it clicks something else in and then goes for another 20 seconds, and then finally it falls into place.

Now if I open another window in IE it drops in okay.

But, the initial opening is the problem. And if I click it with impatience, it go into hanging, and then won’t open.

I guess the only way to solve the problem is to uninstall IE 8 and reinstall. But, I had trouble with IE7 and IE6.

Is there a simpler way?
 

Answer:IE 8 takes a long time to load

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I was just wondering, when I'm on Youtube some of the videos take forever to load and this didn't happened before. Is it Windows 7 that causing this to happen?

Answer:Why does it take a long time for a video to load?

Hello johnguillen68, welcome to Seven Forums!


Try closing out all the programs you may have running in the background to see if that makes a difference.

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I have a system that takes up to 2 minutes to load relatively small Microsoft Office documents (200k-1MB). I have checked the system for viruses and spyware, it was clean. I defragmented. I ran chkdsk. I tried a repair install of Office 2003. I even went as far as to disable nearly all context-menu items. No luck.

The strange thing is that you can load the native application, let's say Excel, go to Open and then open the document all very quickly--- none of the delay when opening it from Explorer.

My next line of thought was to maybe do a repair installation of Windows (because it is bother the user THAT much). Before I do that, does anyone have any other suggestions?

Answer:Documents take a long time to load

Check what processes are running, perhaps something is disturbing explorer from running efficiently?

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I am looking for a certain image on this website, but it is taking a long time to load. I am able to get it to load, but it doesn't load right away. Please help.
 
http://www.ryan-stiles.org/gallery

Answer:This is taking a long time to load

It takes forever on my browser too. It is hosted on a poor quality/oversubscribed server. There is nothing you can do.

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Hi,I have e-machine with 128 mb ram,256kb cache,1.30ghz intel processor but lately taking about 3 minutes to start up from switching on. I wonder if anything wrong with my pc as it used to load up quick before. Can anyone help please?

Answer:My PC taking long time to load up

What OS are you running?? if it is WXP you should increase your ram.You should also defrag the hard drive and clear temp files right click Explorer

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its taking about 5 seconds to open up
when i disable the google toolbar it opens up much faster
if i have an IE window already open with google toolbar enable and open a new IE window, itll open just as fast as if the toolbar was disabled

any clues why this is happening? started happening about a day or two ago, i think after i installed the later winxp patch....

if you know whats going on lemme know, and plz, no 'use mozilla' or shit like that posts

edit: last 2 xp updates:

Security Update for Windows XP (KB828028)
Critical Update for Windows (KB833407)

that was on the 11th
on the 12th i installed the new ati drivers
i think on the 13th problem started appearing, nonetheless, now u know what ive installed.
 

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Hi Everyone-

For a few months my Dell Desktop has had an extremely long startup time. When I power the CPU on, I see the normal Dell/BIOS loading screen...once that is finished, the screen goes black w/ a blinking cursor in the upper left hand corner. Approximately 10 minutes later, the Windows XP load screen finally appears and the CPU starts as normal.

Any ideas as to what is causing this lag and ways it can be addressed???

Thank You!
Joe Chronowski
Rosedale, MD

Answer:Long load time between BIOS and XP

Sounds like it is doing a full Ram scan - there may be a setting in Bios to have it do a quick boot.

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Hello,
I'm trying to support a remote user who is having problems with web pages taking a long time to load. He's using Windows 7 Pro with IE 11 and it's the same company image that everyone else is using.

He said web sites always used to come right up but now is taking much longer. We tried both IE and Chrome with similar results. I tried going to the same sites from my computer and they pop right up for me. My remote connection to his laptop seemed fine
so I'm not convinced it's his connection speed. I removed some tool bars, scanned for and removed some malware, updated video and network drivers, cleared the temp file and cache, and did a reset on IE.
After that it seemed to be fine at first but then it slowed down again. Everything else on the laptop seems to work and the web pages, once they load, seem to be ok.
Am I missing anything? What else could I take a look at?
Thanks.

Chris Hansen

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I have noticed recently, that IE is taking a long time to load (my home page is only Google). Once its loaded its fine, and I can log out and go back in instantly - its just the first time.

I have an internet cleaner installed which cleans temp files/cookies etc every time IE closes. And I have run Disk cleanup.

I have scanned with Spybot and Superantispyware and found nothing.

I have Zone Alarm and Avast running.

Is there anytning else I can look at?

Answer:IE taking long time to load

Hi -

Do you have any add-on 's for your Internet Explorer?

Also, ATF-Cleaner is better for cleaning.

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Hey everyone,

I had quite the confusing issue on my hands. I believe it to be hardware related but i could be wrong. I had recently built a system and installed Windows 7 on it. Everything appeared to work flawlessly. The only issue is if the computer is off for an extended period of time (thinking around 4+ hours) it will reboot itself before it can enter the login screen (although it does make it to the loading screen).

After a lot of troubleshooting, i realized that simply flipping the switch on and off on the back of the power supply will allow it to boot into windows fine. Also, using the repair utility on windows will let me boot in fine too (without reseting the power supply manually i believe).

I thought it may have been a power supply issue but i have replaced it with a higher wattage, high end one and the issue still occurs. The Ram is checking out OK too.

The only thing i can think of is that there is an issue with the motherboard. I assume when the system is off the motherboard still has power since the keyboard light remains on. It seems i need to kill the power to the board completely.

Or maybe this is a Windows 7 issue since its relatively new?

The fact that this only occurs if the system is off for 4+ hours really puzzles me. Besides this one error the system runs beautifully.

I am really at a loss here. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.
 

Answer:Computer restarts on login if shutdown for long period of time

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Hi.
I have a domain server installed in my network (win2000 server)
For internet sharing I have a Dlink Router “DI-524” it’s configured with Dynamic IP. The problem is when I configure my client computer to login to domain with dynamic IP. It takes a long time to login and after the login internet is available.
But when I configure my client’s computer with static IP like IP address of computer, default gateway, Router’s LAN IP address and the DNS IP my domain name IP.
After this configuration my clients are unable to connect internet but user can login very fast on the domain…. Please help me to solve my problem
THX
 

Answer:Client computer takes very long time to login on the domain

do you mean that your router's ip and your server's IP set dynamically?
 

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Hi;

Just trying VirtualBox 3.2.8...well curiosity hit me. I really do not know how it works other than what I read. So I used an old pc (P4/ 2.5gb ram / 160gb hdd) and have installed XP SP3 in it.

I plan to use/learn VirtualBox for programs trial.

VirtualBox set-up:

512mb memory
16mb video memory
3D acceleration enabled
2D acceleration disabled
Remote display disabled
Storage: 30gb
Audio: Windows DirectSound
Controller: ICHAC97
Network: Adapter1 - PCnet-FASTIII(NAT)
SerialPort: disabled
USB: Device Fileters 0(0active)
Shared Folders: 1

Can you help me with inquirie here, thanks:

a) I have installed software by or through Network Folders (Map Network Drive) of the host(my main system), shared it with the vbox I created. Preliminary installed PDFXchangeViewer free portable, CCleaner, Auslogics Defrag. Is the procedure correct or is there a more good/better approach to what I did?

Do you have by your experience "good/tested approaches and it's corresponding settings" for trying out programs in a vbox that maybe very helpful for me...really appreciate this one. s

c) Security is a major concern for me. How can I carry on my existing security set-upto function inside the vbox(AV/firewall/on-demand security apps')...?

d) Is there any tips that you can give me to make my host system secure even when my vbox get's accidentally infected? How may I do that?

e) Can I install a different OS in a virtualbox? Can a 'main system' with XP SP3 have a... Read more

Answer:Anyone here long time user of VirtualBox?

Hi;

Some additional inquiries more please:

x) How do you set-up an internet connection in the vbox? I am having problems sharing the "Network Connection folder" of the my host.

I am very confused here. In my host system I use a prepaid dial-up connection and a wireless DSL. I want to set-up the prepaid dial-up first which in the host system uses a 56k modem. I thought it would be the same as in the host. I can set the connection but it does not recognize that there is a modem. It shows device missing.

In the default I see NAT as Adapter1. I read about something about "Bridge Networking" and "Internal Networking". I saw something that in Bridge Networking you will need a device driver so I tried to install the modems driver in the vbox but it did not went through.

What will I use..."Bridge Networking" or "Internal Networking" or what..?

Dial-up connection first and then I will try the wireless dsl but not yet.

How can I do it?

Also,

Can I use the host's connection to connect to the vbox or is it a separate one?

Really encountered a dead-ed here..don't knowhow to do it..:-(

xi) Is it necessary to set-up all my security apps in the vbox, well AV/firewall seems to be needed or can I just do with an AV?

I know this post maybe quite difficult or to a long time Virtual quite elementary but I'd appreciate some help or just possible approaches of course at your own liesure. Hit a snag at my trial and just ... Read more

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Having a problem that just started today. Internet Explorer -- in fact any new window using the Internet -- now takes an extremely long time to load, as much as 2 minutes.

I'm using XP. Outlook e-mail works fine and does not have the long load time. This is just occurring with Internet Explorer. Eventually, my homepage will load (I've even tried changing homepages, and the long load time still occurs).

Also, once I'm in Internet Explorer -- after about two minutes -- when I attempt to open another IE window, the same thing happens -- again, a load time for the contents of the new window of about 2 minutes.

This is a new problem that only began occurring this morning. I can't really identify or think of anything I did differently that might cause this new aggravation.

Would anyone have any ideas? Thanks in advance.

Googerg

Answer:[SOLVED] IE Extremely Long Load Time

I seem to have solved / revolved it through an IE Reset (Tools / Internet Options / Advanced / Internet Explorer Reset.

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Okay I am up against it it here with my home made computer which was primarily made to edit videos and secondarily to play video games. I have some videos to get out but my PC will take sometimes a little less than an hour to completely load up. Sometimes when I reboot while waiting for the load it will load properly but it will sometimes take multiple reboots. Even after a load sometimes programs will take longer to load as necessary but no where as near long as the OS will. I have also noticed that a video that would normally take an hour to render will sometimes take four hours.

I am running Windows XP Service Pack 3

Windows XP 32 bit
AMD Phenom 2 X 4 965
3 GB Dual Channel DDR3 @ 2833 Mhz
ASUSTek M4N75TD AM3
Dual NVIDIA GeForce 9800 GTX+ SLI Disabled because I don't have Windows 7

The last program I installed was the paid version of Stardocks Fences

Task Manager shows:

CrasPlanService running 150,000K and fluctuating
mbamservice.exe (Malwarebytes) at 142,000K and pretty steady

Can you guys help me with my problem. I have a deadline coming up on the grant I was provided for my documentary project and I am being hard pressed by these problems.
 

Answer:Windows taking a very long time to load

Could it be the internals? Maybe something isn't plugged in or connected well, maybe the power supply isn't supplying the PC enough power? Maybe you should upgrade to Windows Vista or 7 since you probably meet the requirements for it? Or maybe your PC is overheated and not getting good airflow?

Either your version of Windows has something corrupt or since your PC was home made, something is going wrong internally...
 

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As of late, my computer really has slowed down. I run XP, and startup takes a long time, as well. I'd appreciate any help.

Answer:Pages Take a Long Time to Fully Load

Try this link.

http://www.techsupportforum.com/f174...ow-247566.html

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I bought my T520 this past summer and I have been happy with it, except it can take a long time to open PDF docs, between 5 and 30 seconds.  Whats up?  How can I fix this? My system:T520Core i7SSD4GB RAM Thanks for 

Answer:PDF documents take a long time to load on T520

which version of adobe are you using? have you tried other pdf reader software? and what sort of anti-virus do you have?

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I am having a sony vaio leptop
RAM 3GB
GPU ATI 4SERIES 1.5GB
PROCESSOR AMD ANTHLON 2 DUAL CORE 2.1 GHZ
my bios is taking 30 to 40 sec to detect the hard drive when booting up ..
you can watch the video here of my lep boot up problem - YouTube
i have not connected any external drive and still its taking long time i have even updated the bios but no hopes
please help me out

Answer:Bios takes long time to load

Do you always get that black screen with those options, especially " start normally". If so that's not normal at all. Have you checked for virus's and malware? Is the laptop abnormally warmer than usual? Have you cleaned out all the intake and exhaust ports with canned air?

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For some reason web pages have started to take an insanely long time to load (minutes to load a page) however my network connection appears to be fine. Torrent files are downloading at a normal rate, and windows cannot find anything wrong with the connection. Reseting my modem and router did not fix the issue.
 

Answer:Web pages take a long time to load but everything else is fine?

Perhaps it's slow DNS resolution. Flush your DNS cache, then try doing a few nslookups and observe how quickly it resolves.

ipconfig /flushdns
nslookup google.com
 

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Hello,

I was wondering if one of u experts can help me with my Hijackthis log file. When I reboot my computer, it takes about 2 minutes for me to connect to the internet after it "seems" like the reboot was complete. Also, about once a day, I'll be working and my whole computer will just freeze and I can't do anything but a hard reboot.

I've recently updated to XP Sp2 and also updated to DirectX 9. Don't know if my problems are related to these updates but I also get a computer freeze a day with my digital audio workstation program Sonar. I was told not to paste or attach my Hijackthis log until I was asked....so.....can I?

Thanks much in adance,

Markus
 

Answer:Something taking a long time to load after boot!!!

Hi markus,
this is a good place to start before running hjt
http://forums.majorgeeks.com/showthread.php?t=35407
and if you have to run HJT, run through this first
http://forums.majorgeeks.com/showthread.php?t=38752







beatsbymarkus said:



I was told not to paste or attach my Hijackthis log until I was asked....so.....can I?Click to expand...

so who told you?being your first post
did you have to reregister or something?
or have you already gone through the forementioned tutorials
 

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There is this website that I visit which loads fast, but sometimes loads slow. I notice that every time it stalls or loads slow, I can 'ipconfig /release' and visit the website right after and it will load at an instant. Why is this? is there a spyware on that site which is causing this?
 

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hello,

for about a couple of weeks it takes a long time to load winxp.

when i push the power button it hangs on the motherboard screen (Asus KV8-MX) for about 1 min. then it goes to the windows logo screen and that is fast, like it was before. after that, the screen goes black for about 3min and then winxp loads.

compared to before, it is quite a long wait of about 4 -5minutes.

anyone know if this can be fixed to its normal state?


thanks



AMD Semperon 2600+
512mb Ram

Answer:winxp takes long time to load

have you installed any new hardware latley?

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Hey,
My Laptop is taking too long to load. When the startup screen comes along, all the programs take forever to open up. I tried fixing this error by going to Safe Mode with Networking and I got the - DRIVER IRQL NOT LESS OR EQUAL ERROR.

I went to the Event Viewer and I see the Distributed COM got error 1084 attempting to start the service with MSIServer with arguments "" in order to run the server:
{000C101C-0000-0000-C000-000000000046}

Got several DCOM errors with event ID 10005, and 10010
Also got the service Control Manager Error with Event 70001 and Event 7036.

When I try to uninstall the programs going to the normal safe moe, it says "Program has already been unsinstalled or removed. Do you want to remove from the list?

After saying Yes to it (even though I know I did not uninstall the program), I go to uninstall other program and it gives me an error message saying, windows installer problem and that it needs to be installed properly.

My laptop wasworking fine until few hours ago. I think, the HyperDesk Theme might have caused the problem which i had installed few days ago.

Need Help fast,
Thanks
 

Answer:laptop takes a long time to load

hi, try a system restore back to before you think it happened .
http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/helpandsupport/getstarted/ballew_03may19.mspx
 

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Are others finding that AVG 8 takes longer to load at start up? I find it is taking about 2 minutes to load which is certainly slower than AVG 7.5.

Answer:AVG 8 taking long time to load at start up

that it has more features or is more bloated depending on your view. Hence it takes longer to get it up and running.

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E-mail in Exchnge axxount on Windows 8.1 phone will synch, and first line of E-mail can be read in E-mail list in the inbox, but once a message is opened, it takes forever for the message content to load. What can be done to remedy this problem?

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Recently, whenever i turn on my computer. It will take quite a while to load the welcoming page (The green page).
Usually it took around 1-2 seconds. I've tried updating windows and anti virus scan but the problem still persist.

Anyone have any idea what went wrong?
Thanks!

Im using home premium 64-bit

Answer:Takes a long time to load at welcome page

It use to take 1-2 SECOND?????

I don't think so unless your system was hibernated or in whatever sleep mode is.

Could be it is not going into sleep or hibernate (whatever those 2 things are) anymore and really shutting down. So when you go to start it up it has to do the motherboard POST (Power On Self Test) and then load Windows.
Which will take much longer then coming out of hibernate or sleep.

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hi

It takes a long time around 10 mins to completely load windows xp and LAN gets loaded at last.


Followin are sum details abt ma machine:-

os-windows xp sp2
RAM-128mb
network card-in built on mother board
Antivirus-Mcafee VSE 8.7.0i
Firewall-enabled


plz reply n help me out
thanx

Answer:LAN takes a long time to load in windows xp sp2

Hi and welcome to TSF

Just how old is this PC, especially the hard drive?

Does it work OK after it is up and running ?

Needless to say, it always going to be on the slow side with only 128 RAM.
XP should have 512 RAM to make it run good.

BG

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Web pages taking long time to load. Example: For several years I have been entering the serial numbers of dollar bills on a web site called Wheresgeorge. I would enter one and withing a few seconds, another page came up to enter another. Within the last few weeks that has changed and now it takes 50 to 60 seconds for this page to change every time.
Sometimes, when I click to open my home page (yahoo.com) it takes a long time to open and sometimes it loads only the top part with the address bars, then will not load the bottom part with the usual pictures, links and news items like normal.
It is the same on my desktop, my laptop and my wife's laptop. (She doesn't have a desktop)
Don't know what could be causing this or how to fix it.
Here is the information about my system that you ask for.

Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version 1.0.0.2
OS Version: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium, Service Pack 1, 64 bit
Processor: AMD Athlon(tm) II X4 630 Processor, AMD64 Family 16 Model 5 Stepping 2
Processor Count: 4
RAM: 4094 Mb
Graphics Card: ATI Radeon HD 5700 Series, 1024 Mb
Hard Drives: C: Total - 476837 MB, Free - 423349 MB;
Motherboard: Gigabyte Technology Co., Ltd., GA-MA74GM-S2
Antivirus: Microsoft Security Essentials, Updated and Enabled
 

Answer:Web pages taking long time to load

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It takes about 5 seconds from the time I push the side button for the camera to be ready. Also it takes so long before I can take another picture.

Answer:[L1020] Camera has a very long load up time?

The Snapdragon S4 in the 1020 is simply not capable of doing it any faster. The 38mp sizes is really overkill for that processor.
Its a very common issue for all 1020 users and something u won't find in the newer 1520 and 930 phones especially with the recent update to lumia camera 5.

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I have a home addition xp, sp3, 2g of memory, AMD Athlon 64x2 dual Core Processor 5400+. What I have noticed lately is that it takes forever for a program to open and form what I see in Event Viewer, I’m getting a lot of application hangs. I run SuperAntiSpyware and I like its success but I’m wondering if there is something here that it does not see as spyware. I have included a copy of Hijack This log. Con you look it over and see if there is something I should be removing? Thank you.

C:\Program Files\CyberLink\PowerDVD\PDVDServ.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\RUNDLL32.EXE
C:\WINDOWS\system32\dla\tfswctrl.exe
C:\Program Files\McAfee.com\Agent\mcagent.exe
C:\WINDOWS\System32\spool\DRIVERS\W32X86\3\E_S0BIC1.EXE
C:\WINDOWS\system32\rundll32.exe
C:\Program Files\SUPERAntiSpyware\SUPERAntiSpyware.exe
C:\PROGRA~1\McAfee\MSC\mcmscsvc.exe
c:\PROGRA~1\COMMON~1\mcafee\mna\mcnasvc.exe
c:\PROGRA~1\COMMON~1\mcafee\mcproxy\mcproxy.exe
C:\PROGRA~1\McAfee\VIRUSS~1\mcshield.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\VS7Debug\mdm.exe
C:\Program Files\McAfee\MPF\MPFSrv.exe
C:\Program Files\McAfee\MSK\MskSrver.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\nvsvc32.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\ZuneBusEnum.exe
C:\Program Files\Trend Micro\HijackThis\HijackThis.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\wuauclt.exe

R1 - HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer,SearchURL = http://internetsearchservice.com
R1 - HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer,SearchURL = http://internetsearchservice.com
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