Win XP SP3 - Real Slow On Bonnie's Gateway PC
It's worked fine. Now I'm stuck and can't get into safe mode. I did and mine booted right up fine. To do this, follow these steps: a. navigate to this website
User: Emm >> Date Posted: 6.7.11 >> 12:25 Aeria Games - Join the Fastest Growing Free-to-Play Gaming My computer, a gateway running vista is extremely slow. If you do it will check whether the IntelPPM driver is set to load. Under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM there are typically at least two numbered control sets, and sometimes there are up to four. Reply Gordon says: October 20, 2008 at 4:25 am After running system restore on my HP and reloading most of my software I went to MS update site and downloaded SP3.
Continue... If you need to run chkdsk you can do it from the recovery console window as well. The installation went well and was completed in what seemed to be a normal time, but I was installing over SP2, so many upgrades had already been loaded and installed.
Pop-up stopper didn't help as I recall, but after Rob was done working on my computer, and loaded those programs, it was working great and running fast. So far I have not seen a single laptop with these problems. please advice # jesper said on 09 May, 2008 02:43 PM Rick: I would start pulling drives out of the computer and see if that helps. Please try again now or at a later time.
For that reason, you should at the very least disable any anti-malware or security software you have installed prior to installing the service pack. Jump to content Sign In Create Account Search Advanced Search section: This topic Forums Members Help Files Calendar View New Content Forum Rules BleepingComputer.com Forums Members Tutorials Startup Safe mode restore and last know good configuration did not help. https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/xp-running-painfully-slow-15640/ In the meantime, I do have a question.
I mean .. It may be related to SP3, in which case others may have it too. PS, Help the customer? I received an error on my laptop advising that access was denied in the folder "Documents and settings/all users/"Documents are not accessible.Don't know why, but will research to find out how
Thanks! http://newwikipost.org/topic/M8DHTlCuCvrTf4McMzUDtleHa1wT8n44/Gateway-GT5032-slow-in-games.html On the laptop images, the registry key does not exist. I really like this set-up, it has a lot of benefits, as you can imagine. I had to do a windows repair from the original dell cd.
On Dell computers the button is usually F12. Continue... so thats no problem. Admittedly, 3 min.
I had a very similar problem with Media Center last year. So far, my system seems to be running fine. Thanks so much for posting!! I also don't have any secondary storage attached..
Removing XP SP3 tonight Reply Nathan says: July 13, 2009 at 7:29 am I installed a copy of XP SP3 and that is when my problems started. If you are getting the 0x00000024 error, there are somethings to try: There is somegood information in the Microsoft knowledge base on how to trouble-shoot STOP errors. Auto updates wanted to install sp3 so i let it after running virus checks etc, and checking logs for errors.
I found some of my notes that my computer originally had only 128MB, so when 256MB was added, that got me up to 384MB.
If mistakes are made, they can always be rechecked. A fair number of people are reporting an error code 0x00000024. If you just click on the link Safari will save the tool with a .txt extension instead and open it. Back to the top CAUSE This problem occurs because of how the Windows XP repair operation replaces Windows system files.
Mac # jesper said on 09 May, 2008 01:37 PM Rick: which specific error code are you getting? spamware also called leechware needs to be rid of via special applications your operating system may be slow to open fragmented files - run operating system's Defragmentation to correct obstacled information If you really need a silent version, I can probably be persuaded to write one for you. The sooner you make a move the simpler it can be to revive your operating system with small blood.
A few years old I think. Does this mean the service isn't running or what? Second, if you install ALL OTHER available updates PRIOR to SP3 you won't have any issues. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - (NT) Message has been deleted.
A week after doing that and reinstalling SP3 my AMD based homebuilt has been perfectly stable. It is the beta version. Unfortunately, Comcast Cable puts a DRM signal into some of their cable channels, which means you can no longer watch those channels. I don't download a lot (at least not purposely!) No digital photos, music etc.
what about the drivers for my Nostromo n52? Just tried the restart disable instruction (F8) still goes to XP start screen, blue bar move 4/5's across and halts. PieLam, on 07 Oct 2013 - 10:39 AM, said:That is after I changed the folder name from 'Windows' to 'Winnt'. after the uninstall, system works fine.
tikkyisrad, Nov 28, 2008 #8 shopgurl Thread Starter Joined: Nov 26, 2008 Messages: 90 I thought it might be easier to break this up and give the HiJackThis info in a Do this: Open a command prompt (running as an administrator in case you run as a standard user normally) Type: reg query hklm\system\currentcontrolset\services\intelppm Look at the value in the "Start" row. but dealing with Microsoft that BS like having to plug and keep a mouse or a portable storage device into the machine in order for the thing to work .. I'm running a home assembled clone with a genuine Intel D865GLC-CLK motherboard with Intel P4 processor at 3.0G, and Western Digital 200 G hard-drive, 1 gig DDR RAM.
If you have an AMD based system it should say: Start REG_DWORD 0x4 Or, you should get an error that the key does not exist.