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The most helpful thing you can try is to modify the "startup programs" when your computer boots up. This will make your bootup shorter, and less likely to cause problems with the log in screen. Here is a web page that explains what to do:
There are programs you can purchase to clean the registry, but try the utilities in Windows first...they are free, and can help in many cases. Here's a site that suggests the uninstall options in Windows, and can free up memory that unused programs are "soaking up":
I assumed you're running Windows, but there are fixes on the net for Linux and Mac systems, just google "slow startup" and enter your system type, and you will hit on some web pages.
Good luck, hope this helps, and thanks for using FixYa.
Posted on Sep 27, 2010
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