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Computer statting problem

The computer takes a lot of time in booting and cther software problems are there

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- Boot system normally, go to RUN type msconfig, uncheck all application that are not neccessary to run behind the windows.then reboot system normally.
- System should normally run under better performance.

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My computer becomes slow as this is resolving now . what should i do to remove this???


hello
-there are a lot of problem why you computer is slow --a lot of start up program that are running every time you boot your PC --a lot of program running at the back ground --2 or more security software that are running in the computer --a lot of utilities software that are doing the same thing --worst if the computer has virus infection ---try running this program to scan for infection click link below. http://www.filehippo.com/download_malwarebytes_anti_malware/ ---make sure that this is updated before you run a full scan, after the scan it will give you result remove all infection found. ----you can also try running this scan http://support.kaspersky.com/downloads/utils/tdsskiller.exe ----make sure you restart computer after every scan.
hope to hear from you on this matter.
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Feb 25, 2011 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional for PC

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Computer CPU/Processor maxed 100%


Is your computer experiencing a CPU that is running at 100% Is your computer experiencing slow performance?

You can view your CPU utilization and other performance stats using Windows Task Manager. Press Ctrl + Alt + Delete and bring up Task Manager. Go to the performance tab.

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The top of this screen should show your CPU stats.

In Linux you can use the TOP command,
Type the top command:
$ top

A CPU that is running at 100% utilization is not necessarily a problem. When the computer is booting up, or coming out of sleep mode, it may max out the CPU which is normal. The CPU will be utilized fully in order to bring the computer up as fast as possible. Some computers will even utilize the CPU while it is idle, to complete background task such as disk cleanup and file reallocation.

A problem will occur if the CPU stays maxed out. If it stays at 100% for more than a couple of minutes, you may be experiencing degraded computer performance.

Steps to reduce performance degradation.

-In a limited number of cases, software bugs can cause CPU utilization to spike. You will know this is the case if you are using a computer program(that is not hardware intensive like photo/video editors) and notice degraded computer performance. Check your CPU stats while running the program. If this is the case, check online for solutions and possible upgrades which resolve bugs in the software.

-You can reduce Windows start up programs, which will speed up the boot/wakeup process. You can do this from the MSCONFIG window. Go to Start > and in the run box type "msconfig". Go to the "startup" tab and you can uncheck which programs you do not want to start with Windows.

-A majority of the time a computer will get to a point were the hardware will need to be upgraded in order to handle the work you are doing. Common computer upgrades are memory, cpu, motherboard and hard drive.

-G33k

on May 15, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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When i stat my pc it restat so many time and stat. what i do......


when first screen comes up when started pres f8 on top of keyboard and let it load then select (boot from last known good configuration) select (safe mode) if you just installed new software uninstall it through control panel your screen will look different then if that works restart your computer should be restored hope this helps

Aug 10, 2010 | Compaq Presario 4550 (170700-003) PC...

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I had to reboot my Eee PC; however, now a message comes up statting the following: "We apologize for the inconvenience, but Windows did not start successfully. A recent hardware or software change might...


If you added any exta hardware means kindly remove it and boot the computer
Then you try boot by selecting the option of Boot using last known good configuration.
If the boot is successful then you can boot later booting without any problem.

If boot is not successful and this problem is happened after installing any software or driver software means boot in safe mode by pressing f8 key and uninstall it

Mar 12, 2010 | ASUS Eee PC 1005HA-PU1X-BK Netbook

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My acer aspire one takes too long to boot up.


Try to check the running processes on normal start up using task manager, monitor what program eats a lot of resources. And compare that on safe mode boot running processes.

You might want to try malwarebytes antimalware. But I don't know if it conflicts with AVG.

Sep 30, 2009 | Acer Aspire One Netbook 8.9" Notebook

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Takes 30 minutes after booting to achieve max speed.


thyere is a trade off for addon programs like super clocks big date stamp skype MSN and lots of other junk that gets put in startup taskbar. your compter must sound like a babies rattle when it starts ( grin) uninstall some of the ones less used. McCaffee slows the pc down to a stall most times, so maybe you might want to considereebie AVG.

If you use XP go to ctrl panel and also defragment your disk ( but only after you have cleaned out some of the junk by uninstall) this will help it to startup faster. You may also want to invest in an registry cleaner to remove more of the stuff that uninstall does not remove.
hope this helps you

Jun 23, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Operating system loading problem on boot up, frequent crashes


Problems like these are terrible to diagnose, and there are thousands of possible problems here - from bad sectors or hardware, to driver and software corruption. BUT, unless your best friend is a geek with lots of time to spare, let me cut to the chase for you.

You can press F8 to choose a logged boot, then review the boot log (C:\bootlog.txt usually), but if you aren't that technical, you may not understand the listings there, or the significance of what is or isn't there.

The best solution is to start fresh. If you can boot to a normal OS, even if it takes you 10 times of trying, do so, then back up all of your precious info to another drive.

Once that's done and you're sure you got it all, use your recovery disk to blow away the hard drive and start from scratch - repartition, reformat, the whole works. It will take some time, and you may have to hunt down some driver updates, but in the end, you'll have a happy, healthy (and fast) PC.

Jun 09, 2009 | Dell INSPIRON 1300 Celeron 1.4GHZ,256MB...

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Just askem for help?


You can also reqauest that they not put on all the trial and garbage software that they usually include with their systems, this alone can slow down a computer by 30%

Jul 15, 2008 | Siemens SpeedStream Modem (4100) (SS4100)

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Late booting


Go start run then type MSCONFIG and Go Startup and desable all programs.Just don't desable ANTIVIRUS and restart the pc


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Dec 21, 2007 | Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 for PC

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