Register a free account to unlock additional features at BleepingComputer.com Welcome to BleepingComputer, a free community where people like yourself come together to discuss and learn how to use their computers. I’d love to hear the results of this test, and could really use your help in gathering additional information if indeed it rectifies the symptom for you. if it boots up quickly I would look then look into what drivers/software were installed when you started noticing the issue. if it continues to still take a while to boot- i would suggest reseating your ram or it could be hardware. http://roguewb.com/windows-7/windows-7-won-39-t-boot-black-screen.html
Problem: After Dell welcome screen and then a blue screen with Windows icon lasting only 1-2 sec, another blue screen appears with those 6 marbles spinning in a circle! By the way, the WD hard drive was working fine as of a month or so ago--it developed a power cord issue and the casing went bad. Spyware is another type of virus which is another reason for the slow start up of your system. Using this method I was able to weed out the culprit program. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/66743-63-windows-takes-abnormally-long-past-splash-screen
I can't see anything referencing this computer in the event log of the domain controller, but I'm not sure what I should be looking for. –Steve Apr 4 '11 at 2:57 Windows 10 takes too long to boot, splash screen shown twice in Performance & Maintenance Alright, I just bought this new ASUS K550J laptop and came with Windows 8.1 with it My next strategy to avoid reinstallation is to do a complete hard drive backup on another hard drive if the installation works fine before installing more programs. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Dodgy power by PriyanPhoenix / October 31, 2010 6:02 PM PDT In reply to: While I'm working on that...
Since I was running the latest version for my Y2P (76cn43ww) already, I had to downgrade to a previous one. slow load time between dell splash screen and windows splash screen Started by lilkel35 , Mar 31 2010 07:15 PM Please log in to reply 6 replies to this topic #1 I will use some of the fault finding ideas that amitg43 has mentioned in trying to solve his problem, in particular EventViewer > Windows logs > System to view boot processing Autoruns Press power button. 2.
I hate doing a bunch of troubleshooting and downloading a bunch of software on a system I just "cleaned" so before I do so, I'm just trying to target whether I Sfc Scannow Thanks!” A possible workaround for this slowdown is also out. by scrandallsr / November 13, 2009 9:12 AM PST In reply to: Let's see what you supplied that runs on boot. I tried unplugging all non essential USB connectors but it has not helped.
But most boots take quite a while. http://windowssecrets.com/forums/showthread.php/155303-LONG-wait-between-BIOS-screen-and-Windows-boot Less than 30 seconds to a fully usable system. Windows 7 Slow Boot Black Screen although stopping everything from loading at start should help here. Windows 10 Slow Boot Black Screen As a guest, you can browse and view the various discussions in the forums, but can not create a new topic or reply to an existing one unless you are logged
Adding -nologo to the command line options might fix the latter.One thing I have noticed is that when you reset the XML file with your graphics settings and re-load the game, He had the same problem with the quick test though. Posting Permissions You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not post attachments You may not edit your posts BB code is On Smilies are http://roguewb.com/windows-7/windows-7-slow-boot-up.html I had to do multiple reinstallations, until I managed to get it right.
I guess it's not a temperature issue then? Chkdsk BIOS posts quickly and handover to the OS shows the blue Windows logo on the screen for a few seconds. I'd run CHKDSK on all drives to be sure it isn't a drive error.
Please give this a shot and post your results to this thread. Register now! What happens if you didn't load the device drivers? Ccleaner on windows 7 where do I find this to do what you said? #13 DaiSekkou View Profile View Posts Mar 6 @ 9:16am Originally posted by â€º JibbaJabba:The fix is listed
Not to mention UEFI by itself, using Legacy support option might seem old, but works. Add the .exe (or the whole game folder) as an excluded flie or location in Microsoft Security Essentials/Windows Defender and the game should not take so long to boot. This was not of course my boot drive. weblink Same display characteristics, BIOS, W7 dots to flag, very short black screen and W7 blue Welcome, and desktop and Systray populate almost immediately.
Reports: · Posted 4 years ago Top MathewDunn Posts: 6 This post has been reported. Then Windows starts. Future launches are much quicker, so I think it's profiling your hardware during this time.Conspiracy theorists might tell you this is Denuvo DRM doing its thing, but I won't touch that All rights reserved.