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This is like Windows Task Manager but much more powerful. Unchecking them may cause undesired Windows operation. OldAMDSep 1, 2011, 12:15 AM Best answer selected by OldAMD. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - RE:msconfig by jeremy128 / April 18, 2005 6:57 AM PDT In reply to: Re:XP running painfully slow It is safe(est?) to un-chack all check over here

Lesson learned.Hey tigsounds, those should be in stickies az10sbumAug 28, 2011, 11:48 PM tigsounds said: No pressure here eh?How about the CPU speed? Irv S. We may have the same issue here. If event viewer shows about 40 entries for CCC at every startup, try removing CCC completely (leave vid drivers) and see how things change.How about the CPU speed? check over here

There are other programs you can get too, What's My Computer Doing is a good one (google for it), it will show you what is active. They do seem to help. Spyware will drastically slow your machine. Windows is crazy!!!

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LINUX here I come. http://www.updatexp.com/scannow-sfc.html Reports: · Posted 5 years ago Top ispalten Posts: 6259 This post has been reported. I suspect that there is a problem in the Windows OS itself. Install reputable antivirus software and avoid rogues.

It would take hours to download individual updates manually.Its really annoying as I was sticking with XP as it much less sluggish than Vista. Good luck. I was really, really, really hoping that I didn't have to do a "clean" install. I'm kind of worried about deleting .Net Framework.

Some recent install might have put some programs into autostart. Let me know if you have any success, Ken Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Re:Re:Re:XP running painfully slow by James_Cook / November 26, 2004 9:02 AM PST In Have you run malware and spyware utilities. This all takes time from what I want the computer to do.To kill him, or at least make him fall asleep until you need him...Start>Programs>Accessories>System Tools>System Information>Tools>Dr.

What is the best way to tell how fast the processor is running from a hardware level? check my blog Right now the average bootup time is approximately 4-5 minutes minimum. I downloaded and installed it. Please try again now or at a later time.

Everything is running slow- games, IE, etc.- and when I check task manager I range from 10% to 20+% CPU usage (not sure if that's normal or not) when nothing but Either way, keep your fingers well away from the motherboard. But with patience, it would always load. this content Win32 error code returned by the print processor: Print your voucher | ASDA Price Guarantee0.

If these steps don't work for you... I am running a scan now that is taking forever because of how slow that machine is. I've even stayed disconnected from the Net and XP automaticly goes into convulsions, it wants its updates or it slows down also untill it gets what it wants.

Look in Add/Remove Programs (click Start>Control Panel>Add Remove Programs) for software which you didn't install and remove them. 13 Empty the Recycle Bin.

Thanks for letting us know. Click Start>All Programs>Accessories>System Tools>Disk Cleanup. This is not entirely useful and slows down the computer, so it is safe to disable. At the run menu type "services.msc" use this to edit the services you want to load.

Create a Restore Point so you can go back to it. 2. does appear to make things faster (as presumably one goes back to sp-2 level)? The files list will continue to download, and be caught in a continual download loop.also what are the settings in IE? http://copyprotecteddvd.net/computer-running/computer-running-beyond-slow.html The messages are rather cryptic, but may shed some light as to what happened.Regarding the restore Comment I Mentioned: You can click START, HELP & SUPPORT.Under PICK A TASK Click Undo

did you use the more recent version of IE? Maybe a REPAIR or clean install will help resolve the issue. The menu may take a long time to fade in or out, especially if there are many commands on it. Will probably try the SFC link you gave.

i've taken all the newer usb things. After each batch of updates verify your computer is still working okay and if so create a restore set point. Computer is slow after updating from windows 7 ultimate 32 bit to windows 7 ultimate 64 bit Can't find your answer ? This is the GUI boot.

If so I will shut down another useless M$ process that I don't need running and wasting memory..Thanks, Rick Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - ''Good question'' and one When I start, or reboot, the transition from the CMOS to the Windows load screen is (or appears to be) ok. Maybe a new install of Framework, starting with version 1.1 and build up to what you must have is in order. Irv S.

You should empty the Recycle Bin occasionally if you don't. Anyway, thanks. From printing a picture to opening a program is slow. BLEEPINGCOMPUTER NEEDS YOUR HELP!

Lesson learned.Hey tigsounds, those should be in stickies I updated my CCC and I murdered Dr. slow IE & Outlook. Sign up now. Here's another place that gets little attention but can drive a guy crazy.