Windows Xp Slow Startup Black Screen
First .... I've seen XP machines that would take several MINUTES to boot, and they'd been running for _months_! the PC started up fine. no problems at all. his comment is here
The average time to do a full backup with Acronis was about 6-8 minutes. I tried booting safe mode and keep watch on screen, noticed that it is stacked on \appPatch\drvmain.sdb about (4 minutes). After a couple of weeks I can check and usually the PC is taking longer to boot. I think you will find that it's working. 2 drives in 2 years is not likely or normal.
Windows Xp Slow Startup Black Screen
aford10Jun 20, 2010, 11:27 AM Any errors being logged in the event viewer? This is not your thread and to get the best attention, make a new post and follow the forum note you see in red letters.If you toasted your OS with BootVis, I completely reformatted.-----I attempted to run XP on my work computer by putting the hard drive inside, it started up relatively fast but the PC just restarted itself. thoughtpoliceJun 18, 2010, 10:21 AM Nevermind.....
Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - increase boot time speed by shajul / March 16, 2007 10:52 PM PDT In reply to: Try this - MS BootVis My computer Maybe some file(s) have been corrupted (or changed). As for memory, I have 2gb ram and only 20-25 percent is being used. You can get it here http://www.soluto.com/ share|improve this answer answered Feb 10 '11 at 0:24 Mr Alpha 5,77821523 1 It might be useful to give a quick description of Soluto.
All the conditions necessary for such complex automations simply do not, in the real world, show up at the same time, in the precise place and manner required for the automation by Leo_Salceto_DMD / May 30, 2005 4:35 PM PDT In reply to: Microsoft's Official Word on BootVis When you follow the routine explained above, what you're doing essentially is forcing XP Once a month is probably plenty unless you're loading lots of programs or making other significant changes to msconfig or your boot files. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/247673-45-windows-taking-forever-start you should at this point have an improvement on start up.
Look at the Task Manager Performance tab for that info. I may get again and try once more. thoughtpoliceJun 23, 2010, 10:41 PM Well, now i will never know. I was not able to finished troubleshooting.
Windows Xp Takes Long Time To Start
Older drivers could be slower to initialize or go thru it’s routine. 6. http://superuser.com/questions/243800/very-long-boot-up-process Setting limits on it in my experience does not really help others experiences may be different. Windows Xp Slow Startup Black Screen Regards Trev. Windows Xp Fast Boot Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the
downloaded Microsoft BootVis, installed and executed exactly as per recomendation by Leo-Salceto in his ''Try this - Ms BootVis'' published 05/27/05 in response to ''Windows XP takes a long time to this content Report • #13 OtheHill January 23, 2011 at 15:40:06 Go to the link below and enter the service tag number off your Dell computer to find the drivers for that computer. Click the TRACE menu.4. Else, the articles [Q833721] and [Q323427] discusses the procedure for editing the Boot.ini file to enable boot logging.Note: If a critical system file is corrupted or missing, Windows might generate a
You might want to go ahead and read/go thru 308041 Advanced troubleshooting for general startup problems in Windows XP http://support.microsoft.com/?id=308041 Before troubleshooting slow, we need to define what is slow? You could get SOLUTO and install it and see the boot times for the various applications and services that get started. ETA: won't start at all now... http://directorsubmit.com/windows-xp/windows-xp-add-startup-programs.html So i did chkdsk /r again and its back to sticking on the windows loading screen for a good 10-15 minutes.
So, it seems to me, it's a case of 2 + 2 = 4. Should a player know their mount's exact HP? Under no circumstances should you ever use a fake TLD like .local, .lan, or .corp. –MDMarra Jan 28 '13 at 3:34 2 @MDMarra so....
I suspect that there is a problem in the Windows OS itself.
Will probably try the SFC link you gave. I'll hazard a speculation: it was simply screwed up. It could also be infected. The first 3 normally run pretty quick, but 4 and 5 can take hours.
Irv S. Unfortunately, RDRAM is so old that it's rare and very expensive. If it still shows then you take it from there.We all live on a ball. check over here aford10Jun 3, 2010, 10:16 AM Yep thoughtpoliceJun 4, 2010, 2:28 AM i think there is a problem with chkdsk cause it shouldn't take 16 hours.
Okay if those two cleaning programs didn't help then that HDD needs to be replaced even a faster one @ 5400 to 7200rpm and larger cache. If you believe this post is offensive or violates the CNET Forums' Usage policies, you can report it below (this will not automatically remove the post). especially putting all the MS updates back in. My Rig:Biostar TA790GXE 128M4GB of RAMAMD Phenom II x4 955 (black edition)WD Green 500gb hard drive512mb Nvidia 9800GTUltra LS 600W Power Supply 49 answers Last reply Feb 14, 2012 More about
I only have one in my Startup folder. Newegg.com doesn't even carry it. Other than the boot up, the PC works perfectly fine. Then, if that doesn't work ....
Jimbo2907Mar 4, 2011, 2:53 AM I have had the slow startup issue with Win XP.....desktop up...curser moving...can get windows Task manager up and shut down via it...but waiting 15 minutes for If it goes to sleep the screen generally just freezes. Then go to your video card manufacturer's website, and download their newest driver.Update all those drivers, and a lot of those errors should go away.