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Asus m2nse hard disk Not booting Problem. it is very slow

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Is it slow or does it not boot?

Posted on Apr 13, 2014


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SOURCE: slow boot

You could have a USB device connected and switched on and when you boot its trying to find it and boot from it
You could set BIOS to boot from hard drive to see if it fixes it

Posted on Sep 12, 2008

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Laptop runs very slow asus


FIXING A SLOW COMPUTER

A slow computer could be caused by a number of things -
1. Insufficient RAM (memory) - if your computer has less than 512Mb of RAM then increase it to at least 1Gb of RAM.
2. Registry problems - clean and repair the registry, it will contain unused registry keys. Use programs such as Registry Mechanic, Microsoft RegClean etc.
3. Uninstall/remove unused programs, this will also free up hard disk space.
4. Not enough hard disk space - swap file space may need to be increased if Windows hasn't been configured to manage it.
5. Install latest Windows updates.
6. Update virus definition files and scan computer for viruses, Trojans, malware etc.
7. Clear the Internet cache for faster browsing.
8. Hard disk maintenance is required at least once a month to keep it functioning efficiently.
Run the following programs -
Disk Cleanup - removes temporary files that are no longer used and to recovers hard disk space.
Disk Defragmenter to make fragmented files into contiguous files and therefore the hard disk access is faster.

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My Asus Eee pc 900 is very slow booting. I disconceted the cmos battery and this helped for a few weeks but am now back to taking a good 20 mins to boot, Now the cmos trick wont work. Anyone got any ideas...


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I have the identical problem as chrisdangelo


hello

I have read your problem and the solution to your problem may be following.
  • The BIOS setting may have changed.You can reset the BIOS settings.
  • The hard disk type may have changed..look for SATA and ATA.
  • Or your window got corrupt.Reset the BIOS setting and reinstall the windows using boot able CD.
  • if nothing work out then may be your hard disk connector is loose or your hard disk is gone.
thank you

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likely have problems when the boot disk is .. try to see its boot settings and select the hard disk as its boot ..
possibility also exists on the power problems on the hard disk.

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