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When I reboot my PC it is really slow rebooting and then I have to wait for another couple of minutes before I can log into windows

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I guess that your pc is infected with potent antivirus, boot your computer in "safemode with network" and then scan you computer online. use this site:

if this not solve the problems you need to reformat and reinstall the windows operating system.

may this help, melnavz

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Have you seen the message
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Updating your computer is almost complete. You must restart your computer for the updates to take effect.
Do you want to restart your computer now?"
Automatic Windows updates are very good for computer security. However, when these Windows updates are downloaded and installed on your computer, if the updates require a reboot of your computer, Windows keeps prompting you to reboot your computer.
Now, Windows XP Pro users can disable automatic reboot of the computer after a Windows Update. In order to do that, follow these steps

Disable Automatic Reboot after Windows Update for Windows XP Pro usersWith this setting you will be able to specify that after a scheduled Windows update, Automatic updates will wait for the computer to be restarted by any user who is logged on, instead of causing the computer to restart automatically. If this setting is not enabled or not configured, your computer will prompt you every 5 minutes to restart the computer to complete the installation.

1. Press <Windows Key> + R which will launch the Run command. Type gpedit.msc and press Enter
2. Group Policy Editor will now be launched
3. On the left hand pane, under Local Computer Policy, click on the (+) sign next to Computer Configuration
4. Click on the (+) sign next to Administrative Templates. Then click on (+) next to Windows Components and then click on Windows Update
5. Double click on No auto-restart for scheduled Automatic Updates installations. A settings window will now open. In there, select Enabled and then press OK


6. Close the Group Policy Editor
Disable Automatic Reboot after Windows Update for Windows XP Home usersThe settings are a bit different for Windows XP Home users because there is no group policy configuration for Windows XP Home.
1. Press <Windows Key> + R and type in regedit. Press Enter
2. Navigate to
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE SoftwarePolicies MicrosoftWindows WindowsUpdateAU
3. Change the "NoAutoRebootWithLoggedOnUsers" DWord value to 1 to Disallow auto reboot.
4. Press OK

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Finally, Dell servers have lifetime support, this number should work: (800) 945-3355
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Try and use it in 'safe mode' by pressing F8 in advanced startup options.

Then do the system restore.

Sorry if it dosen't help but i can't really reply in fully on a forum.

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Boot to a windows boot disk and mount the NTFS partition using NTFSDOS if needed.
Rename the SAM.* file to anything memorable to you
Reboot the system and login as 'administrator' with a blank password.
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net user newuser newpass /ADD
net localgroup /ADD administrators newuser

Save that .bat file and then schedule it with the AT command for 10 minutes into the future
Reboot the system with the boot disk and delete the SAM.* file
Rename the original SAM back to SAM.*
Reboot and wait 10 -15 minutes to give your batch file a chance to execute
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