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Hello dear my PC board is D102GGC2 and takes lots of time in startup boot

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Does ur ps is taking a long time to start up ,,,,so fallow some steps to make the start up faster

1.click start > run > msconfig > startup > unmark the programs like yahoo messenger ,media player ,hotmail ,printer all unwanted things
{unmark from the start up }

2.right click my computer> properties > advance >under performance click setings > there tick mark for best performance

3.run disk defrragment ,disk cleanup > remove temprray files

Posted on Jan 17, 2009

  • murtuza kazimi Jan 17, 2009

    does ur ps is taking a long time to start up ,,,,so fallow some steps to make the start up faster



    1.click start > run > msconfig > startup > unmark the programs like yahoo messenger ,media player ,hotmail ,printer all unwanted things

    {unmark from the start up }



    2.right click my computer> properties > advance >under performance click setings > there tick mark for best performance



    3.run disk defrragment ,disk cleanup > remove temprray files

  • murtuza kazimi Jan 17, 2009

    does ur ps is taking a long time to start up ,,,,so fallow some steps to make the start up faster



    1.click start > run > msconfig > startup > unmark the programs like yahoo messenger ,media player ,hotmail ,printer all unwanted things

    {unmark from the start up }



    2.right click my computer> properties > advance >under performance click setings > there tick mark for best performance



    3.run disk defrragment ,disk cleanup > remove temprray files

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When your Advent laptop isn't booting properly, you probably have a problem with your startup disk. When the startup disk is acting up you may take it to a repair shop, or you may save a lot of money and fix it yourself. Windows 7 computers come with built-in software that will allow you to repair your startup disk in just a couple of minutes.

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