Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional With Servise Pack 2 (e8503040) for PC
My comp takes a lot of time to boot,first it shows d mother board name powered by mercury,then takes time to load the settings even after reducing the no of icons in the quick launch using ms configuration.
Hi, Since you have already lessen the startup programs and still you find the PC booting too slow for your liking, it may be that you need more RAM or your processor needs an upgrade. In any case, you can still further reduce booting time by not allowing some services of Windows XP not to load during boot. You of course have to initially determine if you need them or not. An example - if you are connected to your LAN by your networking card then Wireless Zero Configuration is not need and need not start, other are Windows Time, Uninterruptible Power Supply just to name a few. Another utility that helps improve booting time is constant and regular defrag of the HD. Still removal of unwanted, no longer used programs will also aid speed up your boot time. These are of course end run methods and shortcuts, nothing beats more memory. Good luck and kind regards.
Posted on Aug 28, 2007
Just check the BIOS settings whether everything is correct in that , Clean your RAM and refix it, Delete the Temp files used to load the PC
Posted on Aug 28, 2007
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