Hi! Need your help please,, Under the system properties, I had changed the settings under performance from ‘let windows choose what’s best for my computer’ to ‘adjust for best performance’, and then I restarted my computer, it did boot up but up to welcome page only, and a message box displays ‘windows cannot load user profile but has logged on the computer default system’.. I cannot open my computer, help me,, I have many important files in it, will it also be harmed, its an acer travelmate,, many thanks!
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Hi,its software issues,may be u install too many software on it or your windows drive(c:\) does nt contain enough free memory,clear your windows drive,defragment all drives,use check disk for all drives,and add some virtual memory to windows (right click on my computer properties,system settings,advanced,under performance click setting,advaned tab,under virtual memory click change,in custom size initialize at lease 8 GB or 8192 MB) uninstall unwanted or unused software, kind regards
You just need to increase the RAM to make it faster.
Or here are few steps you could perform.
Right click on My computer >> properties >> click on Advance tab >> Under performance click on settings >> Click on Advance >> Undre Virtual Memory click on change >> Increase the Maximum size then the initial size, initial size should be less than maximum size.
Click on set >> ok >> ok and restart the computer.
Steps to speed up your computer
Operating system : Vista
1. Run Disk cleanup ( location : start> all programs> Accessories> System tools> Disk CLeanup )
2. Run Disk Defragmenter ( location : start> all programs> Accessories> System tools>
Disk Defragmentation )
3. Reset Internet Settings ( Start> Run , type : inetcpl.cpl and click OK)
- You will see internet properties.
- In the General tab> Brower history> Check delete history and click on Delete
> You see another window, check all the boxes, except : password and Form data.
- In the Advance tab> Click on reset ( make sure you have closed all the IE pages)
5. Visual effects settings : Right click my computer> properties > Advanced system settings
> under performance option click settings> uncheck all the boxes except the last two and then
click APPLY and OK.
6. If it's still working slow, need to change same settings in Registry and Msconfig
1. Click Start, right-click My Computer, and then click Properties. 2. Click the Advanced tab. 3. Under Performance, click Settings. 4. Click the Advanced tab. 5. Under Virtual Memory, click Change. 6. Click No paging file. Click OK, click OK, and then click OK. 7. Restart your computer. 8. Click Start, right-click My Computer, and then click Properties. 9. Click the Advanced tab. 10. Under Performance, click Settings. 11. Click the Advanced tab. 12. Under Virtual Memory, click Change. 13. Click System managed sized. Click OK, click OK, and then click OK. 14. Restart your computer.
This can happen when your virtual memory settings were altered away from the normal system controlled settings.
if you go to the control panel you can open system
windows 7 or vista you next look for Advanced System Setting on the left. click settings under performance, then on the next window click advanced click change under Virtual Memory. Select System Managed size or set the min as 1000 and max 2000 which should be enough.
click ok all the way out and say ok to any prompts about restarting. restart the system and its set
on windows xp you access this by going to advanced on system properties then click click settings under performance, then on the next window click advanced click change under Virtual Memory. Select System Managed size or set the min as 1000 and max 2000 which should be enough.
click ok all the way out and say ok to any prompts about restarting. restart the system and its set.
click on start
then right click my computer
click settings under performance
under advanced click change in virtual memory
and change it as min. to 512
and max 1024
or min to 1024
and max to 2048 and apply and ok and restart the sys.
you need to change the tv to pc and you have to go to display properties and under settings click on the little monitor with the 2 on it and check one of the boxes that say use this device as my primary monitor or extend my windows desktop onto this monitor. try that
If you are receiving the DRM activator error message do the following to correct the issue. 1 - Left click on Start 2.- Right click on Computer 3 - Left click on Properties 4 - Left click on Advanced System Settings 5 - Under Performance click on Settings 6 - Left click on Data Performance Settings 7 - Click on TURN ON DEP FOR ESSENTIAL WINDOWS PROGRAMS AND SETTINGS ONLY. 8 - Click on Apply and then OK.
When you deleted files, what you are freeing is hard disk space and not memory.
What I suspect is that at startup, your PC loads a number of programs that may or may not be essential for the system operation but nonetheless uses memory. This greatly reduces available/free memory and when you really want to run an application, the PC has no more memory to spare.
The easiest way I could think of to free up more memory is to streamline your startup applications. This could be done by running your System Configuration Utility (Start/Run, type "msconfig" less the quotes, Startup tab).Try to Disable All or uncheck all entries (except perhaps your antivirus and any application that you feel may be essential).
Additionally, you can increase your virtual memory. This could be done in your System Properties/Advanced tab/Performance Settings button/Performance Options Advanced tab/Virtual Memory Change button and select Custom Size. Numbers should roughly be equal to twice your real memory (say onboard is 512, then virtual = 1024). You need to click on the Set button, OK,OK,OK and reboot.
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.