After Windows Update on 13/10/11 all reboots Windows is extremely slow and hard drive is on continuously.

I ran the Windows, distributed update to my PC 10/13/11.  After restarting the computer is so slow as to be unusable.  I am able to get the Windows Task Manager to run, and it sees a minimum CPU (0-10%).  The hard drive light is on continuously.  The computer seems to be tied up access the hard disk.  The machine restarts do not help.  When you try to use Windows Explorer to view what is on the hard drive of each operation takes several minutes to complete.  I tried to launch the system restore to restore to before the update, but it shows a blank white screen.  Often trying to do something with the Windows Explorer I see in the title bar of Windows Explorer (not responding).

How can I get the machine into a usable state?
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It's a shame that we know absolutely nothing about your system, but it's because the forums MS Answers does not prompt for any information system when a new question is asked.

You can probably fix your calendar to restore system back to an earlier date, but that would leave you without the updates, so you should really understand what the deal is with them and fix it (eventually).

Here's how:

If your system restore page display only the title bar 'System Restore', or your accounts settings page of users shows that the 'User accounts' title bar and the screen where information needs to be is an empty white box...

System Restore is a frequent target of attacks by malicious software.  If SR was working before and is now afflicted, run some scans and then fix any problems.

Remember that the system restore is not a time machine.

Just fix the immediate issuance of the calendar vacuum system restore:

Looks like your file jscript.dll became somehow not registered so you can re-record it.

There are probably a few other things that do not work you know yet, so fix them all at once.

Re-registration of these DLLs is correct, even if they do not need renewal.  THERE

Click Start, run, and in the box enter orders following one at a time.  Click the OK button to execute each command one at a time.

regsvr32 jscript.dll
regsvr32 vbscript .dll
regsvr32 /i mshtml.dll (it's a look of slash)

The last order for mshtml load the DLL but can also contain a harmless warning depending on your environment.

Now check your timetable for restoration of the system and/or the user account settings page.

After you get through the other 'methods', then someone can help your mounting system, but it will be easier and go faster without wild goose chase if you provide additional information, first:

Provide information on your system, the better you can:

What is your system brand and model?

What is your Version of XP and the Service Pack?

Your system have IDE or SATA disks?

Describe your current antivirus and software anti malware situation: McAfee, Symantec, Norton, Spybot, AVG, Avira!, MSE, Panda, Trend Micro, CA, Defender, ZoneAlarm, PC Tools, Comodo, etc..

The afflicted system has a working CD/DVD (internal or external) drive?

You have a true bootable XP installation CD (it is not the same as any recovery CD provided with your system)?

Now make some clarifications:

Click Start, run and enter in the box:

Msinfo32

Click on OK and when system summary information is displayed, click on edit, select all (Ctrl-A), copy) Ctrl + C) then paste (Ctrl-V) the information here.

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