desktop computer takes a long time to load after uninstall of netware
Dear Pascal, recently, by chance, I installed the client service for Netware on my PC. He asked to restart the computer, and after reboot, logon screens became classic. I uninstalled netware by accessing the properties of LAN. I managed to restore logon screens using Microsoft resources available on the net. However, my PC now takes * for long time for the desktop icons and toolbar are displayed. I use Microsoft Windows XP Version 2002 SP3, Intel Core2Duo processor P8600 @2.40 Ghz with 2 GB of RAM on Lenovo Thinkpad R400. I understand that it is after uninstalling the netware client that my office is very very slow. Help me for a faster loading of the desktop computer. Best regards, Reba Shankar
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If I understand correctly, you have some performance issues on windows XP computer.
Let us try the following steps:
Method 1: Any installed program must be uninstalled from Add and remove programs. You can just remove shortcuts from other places like LAN properties.
Run the following fix - it to uninstall client services for Netware.
Solve problems with programs that cannot be installed or uninstalled:
Method 2: See the following article:
How to make a computer faster: 6 ways to speed up your PC:
· Running chkdsk on the drive if bad sectors are found on the disk hard when chkdsk attempts to repair this area if all available on which data can be lost.
· The data files that are infected must be cleaned only by removing the file completely, which means that there is a risk of data loss.
Hope the helps of information. Don't answer if you need assistance, we will be happy to help you.
It takes a good 15 minutes to load my desktop screen. The shortcut icons are the last thing to appear. I tried to do a virus scan, I defragment the hard drive, I have run a maintenance program and deleted unnecessary files... I tried turning off and back on. Help would be very appreciated. :)
After the good advice of maintenance you have tried, I would recommend deleting or disabling the programs that run automatically. These auto-run programs slow start the system and are generally not needed (and you can always run the program yourself later if you want).
To do this, in Windows Vista:
- Start the utility Configuration of Microsoft
Press +R to display the race. Type MSCONFIG and click OK.
- Remove unnecessary programs from startup
Go to the Startup tab and disable all programs that you do not want automatic loading when your computer starts. Be sure you do not turn off your antivirus software, but consider things related to Adobe, Facebook, Google, catalyst or display/graphics and nothing else, that you recognize that you don't need.
If you are not sure, it is safe to disable it and test it. If you find something you need, you can always go back and turn it back on.
- Start the utility Configuration of Microsoft
Very recently, Windows XP SP3 - all updates applied - seems to freeze with a background picture of screen displayed
and the motives of the cursor, but nothing to click on. After about 2 minutes, load files and the taskbar.
Recent issues: Panda Cloud Antivirus has led several Windows BSOD at startup until PSINProt.sys deleted C:\Windows\System32\Drivers.
Currently, no antivirus program installed.
Two weird starting - current user, Windows NT, and no. DESCRIPTION entries.
Finally eliminated using HijackThis 2.
Disabling does not solve problem.
RESOLVED - WERE NOW THE WEB:
I used a reset tool no Microsoft Winsock as WinsockFix by Option ^ Explicit Software Solutions.
CNET lists a dozen others to use.
Those who do not start services now work!
However, it also resets the TCP/IP on DHCP, which generates a conflict. Having to re-enter the TCP/IP information.
(An AT & T DSL allows a PC to use DHCP and the rest on Hub ethernet not allowed to).
Version 5 works fine, when I updated to 6.7, and now 8, pages take a long time to load. It's on 2 different computers, one with Vista, Windows 7 other. If I restart Firefox it helps, but the problem comes back. Does not happen with IE or Opera.
The default value of the pref Network.http.Max - connections has been increased from 30 up to 256 in versions of Firefox 6 +.
Try to decrease the value of the pref Network.http.Max - connections 256-30 such as used in versions of Firefox 3.
One possible cause is security software (firewall) that blocks or limits Firefox or plugin-container process without informing you, possibly after the detection of changes (update) for the Firefox program.
Delete all rules for Firefox in the list of permissions in the firewall and leave your firewall again ask permission to get full unlimited access to the internet for Firefox and the plugin-container and the update process.
As the title suggests, end of 2013 (10.11.4) System Preferences on my iMac takes a long time to load, even after a fresh reinstall and/or reboot (tried both). It takes about 20 seconds to one minute each time to open (except when I close it and immediately open it once again, as it is always loaded in memory). This problem existed only after the upgrade to El Capitan, and I saw many other people with iMacs with the same problem. I tried to remove cache for before system preferences files, but that did not help at all. I don't have a FileVault if it makes a difference, even if I did before reinstall, but never turned back (persistent question anyway). Any recommendations would be useful. Thank you!
iMac (end 2013)
Intel Core i5 at 2.7 GHz
8 GB 1600 MHz DDR3
1 TB 5400 RPM HARD DRIVE
Intel Pro Iris 1536 MB
I found it is the State of affairs in 10.11 if running a HD spinning. Don't feel alone.
I suspect that it is a function of low priority in the memory compressed algorithm.
Upgrading to an SSD and it will rise to attention.
I created a DVD in Encore CS3. The final DVD is approximately 60 minutes and has 4 menus created in Photoshop CS3. I purchased the Dolby converted in first and used this file as PCM format indicated by a friend vs. The DVD works fine but takes a long time to load in one of my DVD players.
A Sony player, it takes between 40 minutes and up to 70 seconds to load and play the first menu. Each time is different.
(This same drive load purchased in-store Hollywood style DVD in about 15 seconds on average)
In another Sony player my DVD on average about 25 seconds
A Panasonic player, it takes about 15 seconds
In a portable player from JVC, it takes about 8 seconds.
That is what it is? This DVD is created for replication in a large number, but I'm afraid the long loading time is a problem and you want to solve this problem before sending it to the wide for replication.
One consideration is that there is no DVD drive certified to play any burned DVD, only those press/replicated. Most do and do as well, with provisions, but some don't.
Now for these provisions. High quality blank media will get a closer all the success, just like using a slower speed of the burn, as the max. These two considerations will get a close, as it is possible.
What brand of blank media are you using? Verbatim and Taiyo Yuden are about as good as it gets.
How fast you burn to? I would look into a speed in the middle of the range permitted by the combo of speed by the media and the burning speed. Slower is better than more fast.
As Stanley, there may be differences with r and + R media and players. There has been much more a problem, but some players still might prefer a vs the other.
Finally, when you say "replicated", do you mean that you send in a DLT to make a House of replication a glassmaster, where the DVD is going to be in a hurry? If Yes, these replicated discs will be like the Hollywood DVD and will be NOT burnt, as was your test drive. The question will be moot with these, as they will be DVD-videos, where your burned DVD is really a DVD - ROM.
I am using windows 7 on my HP 530 laptop. My friend who installed and activated, but I think that it has installed the cracked version. After installation, it was really perfect. but after a while when I connected to the internet, some updates have been installed, and then when I logged in the windows, he invites me that you are using a pirated version or something like that (I don't know more actually). then I restored to my previous state and then everything was fine. After that I stopped the automatic updates, but these days my startup window is having a few problems. After entering the password, its taking a long time to load the office and its keep on the list "loading, please wait...". »
I'm so sick of that, also, I have to restart my laptop by pressing the power button, and after the reboot, it works fine. But I need someone to answerwhy its taking a long time to load the desktop...?
Also, please give me some advice to solve this problem, keep this idea in mind that my computer is virus free and got a good processor and RAM. I installed my windows in the C drive, and in my C drive only almost 2 GB of space is left (or almost). and there is no program running auto in msconfig, other than gtalk, Skype, etc.
I'll be really grateful if someone please give me the solution.
HP would have provided your preinstalled laptop with win, they would also have provided a way to recover your laptop to the specifications of the factory, either through discs of recovery or a hidden restore partition that you need to access in order to make recovery disks. How do you access a recovery partition is an option of HP, is not dealing with a MS - visit the HP website, specific to your model for more details on how.
If an illegal win7 version has been installed, or you have to buy version of win7 you need, or you need to recover your laptop provided that the factory provided, by doing so, you lose everything on the phone, if you have lost or that you can not do the restore cd and then telephone HP support they would usually provide records for a small fee.
My 3rd generation I - pad takes a long time (hours) to load. Is this normal, or should I consider service?
Make an appointment at apple store for a battery check
They can offer an out of warranty repair / replacement
But you have to pay part of the cost.
See you soon
After installing Measurement Studio 2009, I noticed that it takes a long time (30-60 seconds) to open a Visual Studio project.
I do not have an internet connection on my development computer and suspect he might be waiting on some kind of operation of the network to time out. I had problems with Visual Studio in the past as well and had to work around them by adding entries to my hosts file (to redirect some addresses of Microsoft to the local IP address - this causes network operations to expire immediately).
Just curious if anyone has encountered this kind of slow startup time and found a solution.
I found an article referring to a question similar to MS 8.1. I don't know if the problem has simply not been corrected or why I am still having this problem. Workaround "per computer" listed in the article solved my problem.
original title: where to get support for Win XPsp3?
computer takes long to START and CLOSURE and the search can't find anything
Try to carry out the instructions in the link below firstly to improve the speed and performance of your computer:
In addition, you can get technical support for Windows XP by using the link below. In the link provided, simply select the appropriate version of Windows XP you are using. You have the ability to chat, e-mail or telephone.
You can also get in touch with them by calling the 800-936-5700. Their opening hours are from Monday to Friday from 05:00 - 21:00 and Saturday-Sunday 06:00 - 15:00 Pacific time.
original title: my sys to work is windows vista 32 and to the power of message 'configuration personlized for c/windows/system32/crss/crss.exe' appears and my computer take a very long time in order to, please inform me what I have to do
My sys to work is windows vista 32 and to the power of message 'configuration personlized for c/windows/system32/crss/crss.exe' appears and my computer take a very long time in order to, please inform me what I have to do
Try creating a different user account and check if the problem occurs on this account
If we are not dealing with the problem in the new account, we can copy your files from your old account and transfer it to the new account
Use system restore to restore your system to a previous state when it was working fine
1. click 'Start' and type system restore in the search box, and then click "System Restore" in the section programs.
When you are prompted by the User Account Control feature, click "continue".
2. do one of the following
* If there is a recommended restore point, click on choose a different restore point and then click Next.
* If there no restore points recommended in the list, simply click next to continue.
3. Select a restore point in which you know that the operating system works and then click on "next".
5. in confirmation of your restore point page, click on "Finish".
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We have a serious problem with profiles from view. When we try to implement the component of Persona, the login screen appears and the user connects. After that, however, the screen goes blue (note, NOT the BSOD) and just is. We waited more than 10 minutes without anything from the computer. We can see the folder of the user created, but nothing is filled. After a certain period of time, eventually the profile seems to cross, but until then, the computer is unusable.
We checked the speed for the server, connectivity and what folder permissions were set correctly on the share and the folder itself.
Are there any ideas as to why the profiles would take so long to create? Sometimes it is the first time that the user is connected or the tenth, so we also know that it is not a question of creating folder.
Any help is greatly apprecaited.
Are you running AV? I've heard cases where AV slowed everything? If AV is selected, then disable and see if the performance seems better.
then I had a problem with my phone here
whenever I message someone and I want to send emoticons, emoji bar any load for a long time. and then when it finishes loading and I actually managed to send messages, once more begins loading. and when I get back to the regular keyboard (not the one emoji) it once again loads for a long time.
now, it is true embarrassing cause all I try to have a conversation with a large number of emoticons, but this does not seem worked.
I tried to restart and reset even, and then use my backup...
I don't know what to do and I would really appreciate your help if you know an answer that could help.
Thank you very much
- Reset the keyboard dictionary: settings > General > reset > reset the keyboard dictionary
- Restore factory settings and do not use your backup.
Every time that connect us to servers of TS farm, the profile of the user load for a long time and she stays with a message "Please wait for the user profile service" for longer than 5-6 minutes. We work in two areas which is configured as "an endorsement of forest transitive way." The domain (domain A) with TS farms hence connect us a cross forest profile disabled so we cannot load the roaming profile in this area, whereas another domain (domain B) roaming profile user's roaming profile.
Also in the directory the Active directory of the domain B, TS/RDS settings is enabled for the problematic profile.
TS / RDS--> roaming profile path and TS home folder is configured. TS/RDS settings is configured because we use other farms of machines/TS citrix other than the one in which there is problem.
When disable us TS/RDS of the directory settings active directory domain B, then it is extracted to improvement in time. But we're in a situation were we cannot disable TS/RDS settings as we use other Citrix machines also. So we tried configuration GPO in A TS domain as
Which allows to "allow only the local user profile".
Allowing 'profiles itinerant Prevent password propagation to the server.
This allows to "Allow asynchronous user group policy processing when you connect via Terminal Server Services"
But still, there is no improvement in the time taken by the server to connect. What is the adjustment to make in the field of A TS, such that he will not try to charge the roaming of the B domain user profile, even if TS/RDS settings for the user profile are configured?
Forums of evil: you want to Technet forums. It's more domestic consumption...
Original title: SAVE time?
SYSTEM HAS BEEN BACKOP OF LOADING 9.5 HOURS! Seems a BIT LONG, SHUT DOWN?
Thanks to those who responded. I formatted the hard drive and reloaded the software.Hello
1. are you create a backup or restore?
2. you are using a third-party backup tool?3. using Windows backup tool?
Try to restore the backup of the clean boot state and check may be a third party application is at the origin of the conflict.
See the article below for instructions on how to start your computer in a clean boot state.
How to troubleshoot a problem by performing a clean boot in Windows Vista or in Windows 7
Note: When the diagnosis is complete do not forget to reset the computer to a normal startup. Follow step 7 in the above article.Method 2.
You can disable the anti-virus software and check if that causes this behavior.
Temporarily disable the security software installed on the computer and check if the problem persists.
Disable the anti-virus software
Important note: Antivirus software can help protect your computer against viruses and other security threats. In most cases, you should not disable your antivirus software. If you need to disable temporarily to install other software, you must reactivate as soon as you are finished. If you are connected to the Internet or a network, while your antivirus software is disabled, your computer is vulnerable to attacks.I hope this helps.
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Shekhar S - Microsoft technical support.
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