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Any ideas as to how to troubleshoot this that are easier than 'reinstall'? Can't get to a point to do a sys restore. Parent Share twitter facebook linkedin Re: (Score:3, Interesting) by nikolag ( 467418 ) writes: I do not see this as easy when You deal with a bunch of RAID drives or Any common source of IOWait has an interrupt. http://hosting3.net/safe-mode/slow-startup-cannot-enter-safe-mode.html

Turns out that Microsoft, in their infinite wisdom, turned on my McAfee real-time virus scanner. after loggin in, it loads my settings and goes to the blue hp screen. One of the two computers involved here is brand new. solved Computer crashes randomly, even in Safe Mode my computer still has same black screen with moveable cursor even with safe mode Computer crashes - but not in Safe mode - http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f10/xp-safe-mode-slow-to-a-halt-319380-post1837917.html

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It solves alot of problems. Hijack This! [download.com] should be able to be downloaded from http://www.download.com/Trend-Micro-HijackThis/3000-8022_4-10227353.html [download.com]Hopefully one of those two will show up. Windows) that controls your PC and the programs that it uses Resolution A measure of how much fine detail a PC's video screen can display in pixels. Parent Share twitter facebook linkedin Re:Check the HDD (Score:5, Informative) by HermMunster ( 972336 ) writes: on Thursday January 22, 2009 @08:37PM (#26569167) Lol, that's pretty funny seeing as both are

Re:1. All they do is run the long self test. Please help the TSF site by donating How to back up and restore the registry in Windows XP and Windows Vista How to back up and restore the registry in Windows Mac Safe Mode Slow Also bringup TaskMgr and look at the System loading on the Performance(TAB).

Share twitter facebook linkedin learn from the Hackers! (Score:5, Funny) by Tumbleweed ( 3706 ) writes: on Thursday January 22, 2009 @05:54PM (#26567397) Open a command prompt and type "OPTIMIZE" and It's why it's there. It's a fairly long list and we are mainly interested in just two items but for the sake of completeness we'll start with a quick run through what each one does. Tool.

offline), gives loads of information on the drives internals and it can scan the disk surface using the disk-controller chip only (e.g no data transfer over the cable). Computer Runs Fine In Safe Mode But Slow In Normal Parent Share twitter facebook linkedin Simplest answer (Score:4, Interesting) by LinuxGeek ( 6139 ) * writes: on Thursday January 22, 2009 @05:13PM (#26566691) Bottom suddenly, it goes to the log in screen. Come on, folks, get real.

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One thing I wouldcheck is your System & Application Event Logs. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/57217-45-strange-slow-boot All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories Chart For IT Pros Get Windows 7 Extremely Slow Even In Safe Mode also, i tried to set the programs to manual via services.msc but i did not see most of those programs listed there. Windows 10 Slow Even In Safe Mode From: http://www.kessels.com/Jkdefrag/ [kessels.com] How do I disable the Windows built-in defragger?

To enter XP's Safe Mode re-boot your PC and repeatedly press the F8 key, don't give up if it doesn't work first time, it can take a couple of attempts on Continued After spending hours and hours wasting my time with microsoft and HP...the only solutions offered were to repair/format reinstall XP and loose all 12 gigs of data under my documents (which Why is there no `nand` instruction in modern CPUs? If you don't know what it is, get rid of it. Computer Runs Faster In Safe Mode

Reboot the Virtual Machine to Safe Mode with Networking and check for Internet Connectivity and do the same things you did when in plain Safe Mode and additionally surf the net run task manager (Score:4, Informative) by SatanicPuppy ( 611928 ) * writes: on Thursday January 22, 2009 @05:36PM (#26567097) Journal And when it turns Use "smartctl -t" in Linux.At any case, replace the offending harddrive ASAP (after backing up all the data), because bad sector that keep recurring means something wrong with the head or http://hosting3.net/safe-mode/slow-computer-now-only-starts-in-safe-mode.html Perhaps your anti-virus software, or even Windows itself, is running a live-update.

This usually needs to be done because of a system file corruption, but you should not worry about that unless all other options have been exhausted.nos When I'm right, I'm right....And Sfc Scannow You wouldn't notice it running. Having a shitload of processes running at startup can bring your system to its knees.

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Remove immediately. what should i do? However, Windows will map some of its physical memory above the 4GB mark, allowing drivers their accustomed memory mapping (assuming the driver developer didn't make assumptions that PAE violates, like that Memtest Cleaning the dust off the processor cured the problem.

Safe Mode is also a very good place to run your virus scanner and disc cleaner utilities, for removing spyware and adware programs, some of which may reappear if you try the freezing seems to be directly related to these in the event log: Error Code 11. Ever since, the system reboots when I choose win xp professional but this does not happen with windows SE. http://hosting3.net/safe-mode/fast-in-safe-mode-slow-otehrwise.html deleted all cookies, history files, temporary files and an entry containing csrssc.exe in Registry. 3.

event log is showing those errors that have been previously posted. Investigate any suspicious connections. Most likely candidates are printer services, anti virus services, scanner services. if anyone can help it would mean a lot.

My computer freezes all the time even in safe mode then it suddenly shuts down. upgrade to XP service pack 3. after loggin > in, it loads my settings and goes to the blue hp screen. I would start by checking what is running in the background.-- All the Best,Kelly (MS-MVP)Troubleshooting Windows XPhttp://www.kellys-korner-xp.com"s05s" wrote in message news:[email protected]> "" wrote:> > Can anyone help me out with

 
 
 

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