Internet on Windows 10 extremely slow
My Mac Pro has recently been having a strange problem. When I open the boot camp menu by pressing the option key, when I try to select Windows, it displays a BSOD. However, when I leave the default at startup, it works fine... except, however, for the extremely slow speeds (7 Mbps compared to the usual 130 Mbit/s). Does anyone else have this problem? It is a new Mac Pro, so it is not old or anything.
You can run the SMC Reset and NVRAM Reset and test?
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Windows is extremely slow when it starts up and opening programs. Some programs, including other words will not open at all. The computer hangs when I try to open it. I think having a virus. Help.
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Uncheck everything except your antivirus program
See if these updates are installed or not KB3020369 & KB3172605
If not install them
The manual installation of updates that you have to change your update settings to never check the updates and restart the machine first.
Sometimes, it is best to make sure that windows update service is really off before manually installing updates
Switch back to default after installation that has never is missing.
Download page main for KB3168965 for all windows,
Win - 7 32-bit
Win - 7 64-bit
Then manually install it,
Customer of June included in this update rollup, update
Download page main for KB3161608 for all windows,
After your windows update settings back to what you had before, and manually check the updates and the rest should appear shortly.
I have an extremely slow Windows 7 startup time. It takes 3-4 minutes to start and then 2-3 minutes before I can actually use the computer. I went into Ms-config and especially disabled services at startup, I got him to start with all my carrots and RAM MAX I tried Glary Utilities and Kingsoft PC Wizard to try to improve the startup time. Nothing did.
Motherboard: AMD 760G Chipset
Graphics card: AMD Radeon R9 x 270.
CPU: AMD FX - 4100 Zambezi overclocked to 3.8 GHz
RAM: 8 GB DDR3
Hard drive: 1 TB with about 450 GB of available.
I cannot fail to plug, and Windows works fine, once it gets past the 6-8 minutes to before I can actually use it. It's incredibly frustrating is the slowness. I'm open to suggestions. I have alos repeatedly run Norton anti-virus and found no viruses or issues.
After another reboot, it seems that the deletion of my anti-virus, corrected the problem of slow start. She went from 4.5 minutes to about 1 minute and 20 seconds.
export of data in the CVI2013 table view may be extremely slow. For example, to have data, as shown below (6016 elements table) I used the menu command output / ASCII to save table to a file on the local hard drive. It took more than five minutes...
It is a known issue, and we're tracking with bug ID 414568. We will include a fix for this in a future version of LabWindows/CVI.
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?
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).
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 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:
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.
Okay, so it is a mystery to me. I'm a tech guy, btw.
The scenario: I use a little old laptop with 2 GB of RAM. Have virtual memory turned on,
In ADDITION, have a very fast USB plugged into USB 2.0 and implemented with 4 GB ReadyBoost.
Using Windows 7 and this notebook can handle.
Normally, the laptop works very well and is sensitive with place for 4-5 open applications. However, recently,.
When I open several pages in a browser, it will slow down abruptly to the point where it takes 30-60 seconds
Press the close button on a page and see my click and everything is not responding. I'm not talking about slowing down a bit,
I want to talk about a sharp slowdown in the overall system which lasts 10 to 20 minutes, until what I managed to close some windows,
each takes about a minute to close. Then it accelerates again.
I checked the memory usage, and my programs use not yet 2 GB of physical RAM when this slowdown happens! But even if the
pagefile is written it there is no way that this should make Windows so brutally fails. In addition, I have too many 4 gigs of readyboost.
Something is very wrong with that and I'm curious as to why this phenomenon occurs and how can I solve it?
No I don't have any spyware, as I said I'm a tech person, this is the basis. I know all this,
It's something to do with the way Windows is not able to be managed properly.
An overview of what on Earth is happening here would be greatly appreciated.
IE uses a lot of resources, especially CPU is what you slow down as only
have 2 GB of physical RAM. ReadyBoost can help, however, this is only disc (caching speeds
reading on the rise) and is not a replacement for real RAM.
Here are a few troubleshooting methods:
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Other methods of troubleshooting to use according to your needs:
Use the startup clean and other methods to try to determine the cause of and/or
References to Vista also apply to Windows 7.
What antivirus/antispyware/security products do you have on the machine? Include
everything you've ALWAYS had on this machine, including those you have uninstalled (they
remains of leave behind which can cause strange problems).
Follow these steps:
Start - type this in the search box-> find COMMAND at the top and RIGHT CLICK – RUN AS ADMIN
Enter this at the command prompt - sfc/scannow
How to fix the system files of Windows 7 with the System File Checker
How to analyze the log file entries that the Microsoft Windows Resource Checker
(SFC.exe) program generates in Windows Vista cbs.log
Also run CheckDisk, so we cannot exclude as much as possible of the corruption.
How to run check disk in Windows 7
After the foregoing:
How to troubleshoot a problem by performing a clean boot in Windows
Vista or Windows 7
Use advanced tools to solve performance problems in Windows 7
Problems with the overall speed of the system and performance
Optimize Windows 7 for better performance
Open the troubleshooter of Performance
To see everything that is in charge of startup - wait a few minutes without doing anything-
then right click on taskbar - task manager - take a look at Applications.
Process - Services - this is a quick reference (if you have a little box on)
Lower left - show for all users, then check that).
How to change, add or remove startup programs in Windows 7
Is a quick check to see who are loading method 2 - using MSCONFIG
then after a list of these here.
Tools that should help you:
Process Explorer - free - find out what files, registry keys, and other objects
processes have open, which DLLs they have loaded and more. This unique
powerful utility will show you even owned by each process.
Autoruns - free - see what programs are configured to start automatically
When your system boots and you connect. Autoruns also shows you the complete list
locations of registry and files where applications can configure start automatic settings.
Process Monitor - Free - monitor file system, registry, process, thread and DLL
activity in real time.
There are many excellent free tools from Sysinternals
WhatsInStartUP - free - this utility displays the list of all applications that are
loaded automatically when Windows starts. For each application, what follows
the information is displayed: Type of startup (registry/Startup folder), Command - Line
Channel file, the product name, Version, company name, location in the registry or
file system and more. It allows you to easily disable or remove unwanted programs
that runs in your Windows startup.
There are many excellent free tools to NirSoft
Window Watcher - free - do you know what is running on your computer? Maybe
not. The window Watcher says it all, every window created by each execution of the statement
program, if the window is visible or not.
Many excellent free tools and an excellent newsletter at Karenware
Think about it an absolute must - manually update your drivers.
Vista and Windows 7 updated drivers love then here's how update the most important.
This is my generic how updates of appropriate driver:
This utility, it is easy see which versions are loaded: run DriverView - set
SEE drivers to hide Microsoft - update those without drain in their names. (Also
updated the BIOS and drivers from the chipset on the site of the constructor/the system motherboard).
-Free - DriverView utility displays the list of all device drivers currently loaded
on your system. For each driver in the list, additional useful information is
Poster: load address of the driver, description, version, product name,.
company that created the driver and more.
For drivers, visit Maker as replacements and system manufacturer of device which are
the most recent. Control Panel - write - graphics card - device manager
the brand and complete model of your video card - double click - tab of the driver-
Note the version information. Now click on UPdate Driver (this can do nothing
MS is far behind the certification of drivers) - then do a right click - Uninstall - REBOOT
This will refresh the driver stack.
Repeat this for network - card (NIC), Wifi network, sound, mouse, and keyboard
If there are 3rd party with their own software and drivers and the other main device drivers
Now, go to the site of the manufacturer of system (Dell, HP, Toshiba as examples) (restore)
and site (Realtek, Intel, Nvidia, ATI, for example) and get the manufacturer and device
their latest versions. (Look for the system to update the BIOS, Chipset and software updates
Site of the manufacturer here.)
Download - SAVE - go to where you put them - right click - RUN AD ADMIN -.
REBOOT after each installation.
Always check in the Device Manager - drivers tab to be sure the version you are
installation actually appears. This is because that some rollback of drivers before the
later is installed (particularly that audio drivers) so install a driver - reboot.
Make sure that it is installed and repeat if necessary.
Repeat to the manufacturers - BTW to the device makers DO NOT RUN THEIR
SCANNER - check manually by model.
Look at the sites of the manufacturer for drivers - and the manufacturer of the device manually.
Installation and update of drivers under Windows 7 (updated drivers manually using
the above methods is preferable to ensure the latest drivers from the manufacturer of system
and device manufacturers are located)
If you update the drivers manually, then it's a good idea to disable driver facilities
in the updates of Windows, which leaves on Windows updates, but it will not be installed
pilots who are generally older and cause problems. If updates provides a new
driver then hide it (right click on it) and then go get new ones manually if
How to stop Windows 7 automatically install drivers
Refer to these discussions because many more excellent advice however remember to check
your antivirus, the main drivers and BIOS update programs and also to solve problems
with the first method cleanboot.
Problems with the overall speed of the system and performance
Performance and Maintenance Tips
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I hope this helps.
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I have a few clients on my network using XP on laptops that come to a crawl when "windows application settings. It is literally will take up to 3 minutes to clear the checkpoint of the boot process. Any ideas?
1. This only happens when these laptops are connected to the network?
2. what kind of network you're talking about?
3 How long have you been faced with this problem?
4. have you you can all changes on the computer before this problem?
Check if the problem persists in the clean boot state.
How to configure Windows XP to start in a "clean boot" State
Hello, (this the mystery of on and Off and back on Windows Firewall with slow loading of programs like Internet Explorer as this all is pass it on firewall, disable the firewall, the firewall, it occurs only during starts, after he fine / but very annoying on reboots whom he accuses of my computer down) / listed below is the cause of it , and when she first started, you have a solution?
I recently installed the last 16 (High Profile) updates to security, for most security updates and updates from net framework as well as the removal of malware for windows XP tool.
After installing these updates, now my Windows Firewall turns off during 'Boot Up' on all restarts. If I try to load Internet Explorer, it will also not load up to minutes serveral / while this happens... That's fine, then finally my firewall itself loads Up quickly turns to Internet Explorer and back on during this time around the same time.
After these updates these things are happening on my computer now, it's as if there is a process running, but nothing run any virus, Trojan or worm etc just these updates caused this problem. I don't know if it updates is corrupt or not, but have tried different things as system file checker /scan etc with no luck.
(1) computer boots to the top and seems to Load Up Fine ' until the ' or 'Look at this' but isn't, something is running in the background or process "wing unstalled" is obviously "unhooked", etc..
2) try to load Internet Explorer last minutes and is very slow to load up, even if I 'don't load Internet Explorer' must still a long while that as in the firewall turn off for awhile some several «minutes» (way too long), before "auto turn on automatically return.
(3) turns firewall Windows itself on "finally" as Internet Explorer finally loads upwards as well the two Internet Explorer is able to load 'definitely' and the firewall is on "finally" as many minutes later as listed above, at the same time.
This could be the cause? Only, it has begun to 'After' I ran windows update and installed the 'most recently high security updates for windows XP' there were 16 listed mainly security updates and updates of net framework as well as the software removal tool windows malware.
That's all that is changed on my system, I tried many things, nothing seems to fix this problem with my computer. I know for a fact that these updates are the cause, but am not sure that you caused it? Or how do to solve this problem, any sugguestions would be appreciated.
Please answer questions following diagnosis by number in your very next answer (no need to quote this post):
1. what application or antivirus security suite is installed and your current subscription? What anti-spyware (other than Defender) applications? What third-party firewall (if applicable)?
2 a Norton or McAfee application already installed on the computer?
3. do you have a Norton or McAfee free trial come preinstalled on the computer when you bought it? (No matter if you have never used or activated).
4. you are using IE6, IE7 or IE8?
5. have you ALREADY had the opportunity to do a Repair Installation of Windows XP for some reason any?
PS: PLEASE DO NOT START ANYTHING IN ADDITION TO NEW THREADS ABOUT IT!
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The day before I had defragment the hard drive and do a "Disk Cleanup" after many months. Laptop was significantly faster. Then, there was an automatic update of Windows and now the laptop is extremely slow. Any suggestions as to what I should do next? Thanks to you all!
· There were several updates installed?
· Have you checked the problem in safe mode?
Check to see if the following is useful.
Method 1: Start the computer in safe mode and see if the problem persists. Report of the results.
Method 2: Log on to the computer manufacturer site and check if you have the latest drivers installed.
Read your own posts, but they offer no concrete solution.
Windows Live Mail is extremely slow on all actions, such as selection, type, transmission, reception, everything, to the point where it is impractical and unusable.
I have a brand new HP Elite, Windows Vista Home Premium x 64, to this day, virus scanned, etc.. All programs work well, including Windows Mail. But Windows Live Mail service is really too slow to be of any use.
I have not agreed to update to IE8 because of many problems posted with it, that's why I continue to use IE7.
Is there a real fix to the extremely slow problem Windows Live Mail? The plethora of forums and posts on this specific topic, it seems that we, potential users are out of luck. Please advice and correct.
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OK, so I installed Windows Vista Ultimate on my computer, I like it, but it is extremely slow.
The shape of plug the computer are as follows:
AMD Sempion 1.64 Ghz processor
480 MB of RAM
HDD 40 gig
This should be enough to start. I wonder how can I speed up a bit I've run Diskcheck and defrag and Dick Clean-up with very little progress. Just don't have the money for the extra RAM right now either so if there is a way to speed it up without buying extra RAM, I would like to know.On Monday, May 24, 2010 20:53:04 + 0000, smokeybear2011 wrote:> Ok, so I installed Windows Vista Ultimate on my computer, I like it, but it is extremely slow.>> The card form the computer are as follows:>> AMD Sempion 1.64 Ghz processor>> 480 MB of RAM>> 40 gig hard drive>> Which should be enough to start. I wonder how can I speed up a bit I've run Diskcheck and defrag and Dick Clean-up with very little progress. Just don't have the money for the extra RAM right now either so if there is a way to speed it up without buying extra RAM, I would like to know.It's no surprise that it is extremely slow. You have * way * too littleRAM and you will never get a decent performance with this amount. 1 GBis the minimum necessary for performance * beginning * becomeacceptable for people whose needs are very light (because their)using the application is light). But for almost everyone, is at least 2 GBreally need or that you are satisfied with the performance.In addition, a 40 GB hard drive is * small *. This isn't a performance problem,but unless you do not do much with your computer, you will be runningmore disk space very soon. You should have at least 160 GB or more.--Ken BlakePlease reply to the newsgroup
I installed upgrading Windows 7 on my computer and everything is fine. However, when the system is idle and past in mode screensaver (with or without a password), the return of the screen saver mode are extremely slow (just a white screen). It is sometimes quick, sometimes it comes back in 3-4 minutes, but most of the time it takes a long time.
The system is a low end, but more than enough to manage w7. It consist of:
Pentium dual core (2140)
2 gig memory
NVIDIA 7300GT 256M
I tried to delete the zone alarm security suite, does not solve the problem
thought it was the HP 2610 print software, removed and still happens.
update the bios (MSI p4m900)
can someone figure this. Is there something that prevents him to return to the desktop.
Note that, I try to reboot from the blank screen by pressing the windows, right arrow, return. But I think also, it does not address key strokes.
I found a way to fix it! I did this:
1. Press win + r and run msconfig. Go to tools and brand to troubleshoot the computer, and then click Start.
2. then go to system and security and press electricityballance (not sure of the name in English because I have a Norwegian version..).
3. restart your computer.
4. my screen saver was not afterwards, but I gave it to display photos and now it works perfectly!
When I checked the general tab afterwards, it did not have the checkbox to use the... start (a last..) one has been verified and the second has a blue full mark.
I have HT a windows 7 operating system and it goes extremely slow and freezes frequently. You guys you will suggest what the problem in this case and how to resolve this kind of things? I want a little format. Thank you.
1. What is the number of brand and model of the computer?
2. don't you make changes on the computer before this problem?
I suggest to start the computer in safe mode and check if it helps.
See the link to start in safe mode.
Start your computer in safe mode
If the computer works fine in safe mode, I suggest you perform the clean boot.
See the link to perform the clean boot.
How to perform a clean boot in Windows
Note: After troubleshooting, see the section «How to reset the computer to start normally after a boot minimum troubleshooting»
Optimize Windows performance
Note: 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.
8.1 Windows, Windows 8 or Windows 7 hangs or freezes
Note: 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.
How to speed up your slow computer
It will be useful. Back to us for any problem related to Windows. We will be happy to help you.
I tried to access to the shared both directory a Vista and XP machine via cable connections and wireless to my Win 7 64 bit machine on the part and it is extremely slow to read, but not written. Not only the directory never takes show all thumbnails, and then open a file that is a couple mb in size as a photo takes more than a minute. However, if I try to write the same file sharing, it takes only 5 seconds. This fine all worked until I went from the version release candidate for the final version a few weeks ago. Shared directories exist on another partition for the relocation does not have their effect.
Maybe it helps diagnose the problem... I just make a copy of a picture of 4 MB on the part of win 7 on my win xp desktop and it took about 1 minute. I renamed the file on my desktop and tried to write to the share and it took 5 seconds . Now, it's strange. So, this is the bed that would take forever. The Scriptures are fine, which also explains why my nightly backups on the part of win7 are very good.
I have a machine to hit the share by using the name of the computer and the other using the ip address. Both show the same problem...
I also tried to access files using a mapped network drive.
I can take a 4 MB file and just copy it on my local desktop and it takes about a full minute. However, written the same file or even another file of the same size as the part only takes about 5 seconds.
I ran the Windows 7 network troublshooter last night and used the troubleshooter for incoming connections and he says that it found a problem but that he could not fix and he really had nothing to help me. But I think he sent the information in Microsoft... not sure. Next time, I'm at home, I'll run again and try to put all the gross results that I could not understand in this thread.
I've also updated my driver for the network card and redone permissions and actions several times. The only thing that I can also say that something can highlight, it is that when I was using the RC of windows 7, I don't have this problem at all. It was my first installation of Windows 7. I reinstalled from the final version and all of these files already exist on another partition on the same drive. I just had to move my public and directories user space on the D: partition and share everything. Maybe the new facility with something on the existing structures of the file works well with the new facility of the former? But this does not explain why a new directory and file that create displays the same behavior. I'm thinking out loud a bit to see if it helps that anyone think that anything...
I thought about it!
At least for me, it was a setting in the Advanced tab of the network adapter. I have a Realtek Gigabit network card and one of the places must have been missed incorrectly.
I changed the 2 following settings to "disabled", and he immediately started working very well.
Disabled IPv4 Checksum Offload
People with disabilities large send Offload (IPv4)
I have a suspicion that among recent updates of Microsoft for this driver he missed bad... but it was this or the latest driver from Realtek.
In other research I have narrowed it down to make it just the Large Send Offload value. Is located on "activated" whenever I update the driver Realtek to the latest version. If I then go and set it to "Disabled", everything works fine.
My laptop will Boot but his extremely slow, slow snail.
My laptop will Boot but his extreme slowness. I have a laptop currently has NO operating system on it because I erased the HARD drive because I had a shit installation of Windows XP Professional x 64 Edition (triple). My specs are Intel SU2700 processor EM64T(1 core) to 1 .3GHz 6 GB of Ram and 320 HARD drive. My problem is that my laptop is running very slowly when you try to perform a clean installation of Windows 7 x 64. The model is Acer aspire 5810TZ. I tried to boot WinPE for ghost, which took 45 minutes, I tried to start another installation CD, same result, Windows 7 installation cd starts, but it is the 'starting Windows' for over half an hour. It seems to be without performance problems when you access the BIOS Setup. I tried to start another medium such as floppy disks, external HARD drives and Flash Drives, same result, I have no idea what to do, the sata mode is in AHCI Mode. IM thinking CPU issues.
I suggest you to contact the computer manufacturer to verify if there are hardware problems.
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