My laptop was fine yesterday.All I did was take it home from college.I have Avast! anti virus, Lavasoft ad-aware and malwarebytes..so the chance of a virus infecting my system is low.Computer loads fine, gets to the login screen.I login.Computer sticks on the Loading screen.once it finally loads it just shows the taskbar and a black background.It does not seem to respond any more than that unless I press ctrl + alt + del which then allows me to use the computer as normal, however, as I say it takes about 20 - 30 minutes to get to there.my other account (the one I am using just now.) is not much better.It doesn't take 20 - 30 minutes ( about 1 - 2 minutes) and it loads fine without the black background problem.
I bought a new sony vaio cb series, black. It takes a long time to open the my computer link as if its loading/searching something. This happens only the initial time after computer is switched on and not happening after hibernation. Not many program has been installed to the machine....
my internet started running very slow about 3 weeks ago. It also takes approximately 2 minutes for my computer to shut down. I am running Windows 7, 64bit, with 6 gb of ram. I ran malwarebytes and it did not detect anything. I cleaned my hard drive with the disc cleaner. I ran microsoft essentials and it did not detect anything. I recently purchased Norton antivirus and ran a complete scan and it found nothing. Every time I shut down the computer it takes exactly the same amount of time to shut down.
I recently reinstalled my Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit OS, and had about 120 updates installed when I shut down my computer. The next time I started up my computer, a notification popped up requesting that I install two system updates. I did find it odd that those updates weren't a part of the 120 or so updates. While updating, my power went out and caused my computer to shut down. That's when the problems started, it took forever to start up, and not just to the startup screen. Before that, the fans would be running. There was no display and my mouse and keyboard were off. It'd go on for about 4 minutes. When things started to show up, everything seemed to be in "slow motion", or in other words, all actions made by me were delayed or lagging by at least a minute. I found out during the boot screen when I had choices to start windows normally or not. The computer also beeped once, which I understand is normal. From beep to the "Starting Windows" screen, it took 2 minutes and 20 seconds. And the "Starting Windows" screen plus the "Welcome" screen took 50 seconds to get to the Desktop screen.
my computer is currently taking up to 15 minutes to boot up and takes an age to shut down.
This first started on Sunday, when, picking up my Acer laptop, I accidentally held the power button, switching the machine off. Since then the problem has occurred, an although the laptop switches on and works, it just takes an absolute age to boot/switch off.
I have a 2 year old Dell Inspiron 1750, Windows 7 Home Premium that is taking upwards of 4 minutes to boot up. If I boot in safe mode it will boot fine except it does hang ever so slightly while loading drivers, with the last driver being classpnp.sys but it is only for a few seconds then proceeds to finish booting up without any issues.
Here is what I have done so far... - Stopped a lot of programs from starting up at start up. - Ran Malwarebytes and Virus Scan (Microsoft Essentials) both in safe mode. I then downloaded and ran CC Cleaner. Malwarebytes detected numerous entries of PUP.MyWebSearch and two entries for Trojan.Vundo. It was able to fix both issues. Virus Scan (Full) came back clean. CCleaner did it's thing. - Opened device manager to check to see if there were any driver issues, and I don't see any indication of that.
After all this the slow boot still happens. Now all this being said, once the computer does boot up it runs quickly without any issues.
I have a friend who just picked up a brand new Toshiba laptop from Best Buy. It worked great the first two days, then suddenly slowed down to the point that it takes almost a half hour to boot. At first I thought it may be software issues so I wiped the entire computer and installed a new copy of Windows 7 from the recovery disk. This fixed nothing.Since then I have tried disabling the startup processes with msconfig Running GREP to see if he had a rootkit already.Running Avast, Malwarebytes, etc.Running Ultimate Boot CD to use their CPU, HD and Memory diagnostic tools.All of which have turned up no errors, no viruses no problems.what else could be causing such a massive delay?I plan on having him return this laptop and getting another one anyway, but Its not often I cant fix a PC I am given.
Running a brand new HP desktop machine. I've been using it for about a week with no problems ... until today. Certain programs are acting like they aren't launching, but at about 5-10 minutes later, they finally launch. Even the Recycle Bin took about 5 minutes to come up. However, Firefox launches immediately.
4GB of RAM AMD Athlon II X2 250 Processor @ 3.00 GHz 64 bit
I'm fresh with Win 7(64-bit). I've used WindowsXp till week ago. Never tried Vista. On WindowsXP when I press "Sleep" button system turns off both graphic and hard drive instantly. Now days when I press "Sleep", on win 7, it takes him 30 sec at best to turn off hard disk and power. It seams too long to be considered normal since same hardware was used with WindowsXp. I was wondering if this is normal for win 7 and can I do anything to boost that time. I searched web for similar questions and found no luck.I'm using Windows 7 Ultimate.
when i start my pc first time it will stuck some where and after i press restart button i will start ... some times when i start fr the first time i will suddenly restart again by itself... i even checked fr solutions in launch start up error but no use.
I'm having a serious problem with my web browser (have tried Firefox, IE, and Chrome with same results), Windows Media Player, the video game Second Life, and Adobe Flash. Each of these programs, and so far only these programs, have an issue with frequent locking up for anywhere between thirty seconds and several minutes while I try to use them on my computer. My browser and the flash issues might be related, as the both of them seem to only happen during loading, so my browser might just be hanging as it waits for flash or something.
I currently have it set to turn off my displays at 3 minutes of inactivity, and put the computer to sleep after 10 minutes.Sometimes, the displays won't turn off after 3 minutes, but it will then put the computer to sleep after 10 minutes while the displays are still on. More often, it will turn the displays off, but won't ever put the computer to sleep.Why wouldn't the computer go to sleep?Wouldn't any activity turn the displays back on? And so if they don't come back on, why wouldn't it go to sleep?why wouldn't the displays turn off, and then it goes to sleep?
I have recently been experiencing a BSOD everytime i startup (in normal or safe-mode) around 40-50 minutes after startup. It seems to just shut down every program then go to BSOD while is able to create a dump file but never automatically restart.I've also used spy-bot and Malwarebyte to find any corruptions or viruses and nothing fixed the problem. I've google'd and couldn't find anything to my predicament from other BSOD's. I personally think it's the RAM going bad (this is a built computer by a friend about 8 months ago, top of the line gamer computer, windows 7 ultimate).
Windows 7 Home 64 bit2010 original software on latoI keep getting the BSOD in normal mode after a few minutes of starting my laptop. It is giving me the error PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGE and it is saying that it is caused by driver "ntoskrnl.exe" I have attached the dump and system report
I just upgrades to Windows 7 64 bit from Vusta 64 bit 2 weeks ago and it has been working fine until the last day or two. Since then, the computer has started to freeze within 2 or 3 minutes after it starts up. I even tested it and it will still freeze on the log in screen. When the system does freeze, sometimes the mouse will move temporarily, but it will usually stop moving altogether.
Also, the keyboard will not work and any sound that was playing at the time of the freeze will loop or just go crazy. The only things I have that run when the system start up is AVG Anti-virus, Precision (my overclocking/ fan speed tool), and Spybot Search and Destroy + Teatime.
I can't think of anything that I downloaded or installed before this happened and I think it just started out of the blue. I never had this problem with Vista, so I don't think it is a hardware problem, but I can't do anything while my computer is like this. Does anyone have/had similar problems or know how to fix mine?
My specs are:
AMD Phenom II X4 955(3.2GHz) 64 bit Quad-Core Processor 8GB DDR3 1333 RAM 1TB SATAII Hard Drive NVIDIA GeForce GTX-275 896MB Integrated Sound card Power Supply 700W Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
AFter windows finally boots up, everything works fine except IE v9 that also takes forever to load a page and strangely, most of the dropdown menu items are grayed out. I have uninstalled and reinstalled but the same symptoms occur. I have reset to defaults and the long load time still occurs. If I try to maximize the IE window, it hangs and never frees. Also, if I try to enter a new url in a separate tab, IE freezes and never releases and takes a while to close.
This is on Win 7 Home Premium, SP1 64-bit with IE 9.
I continue to get random BSOD just after start up (usually within 10 minutes) then they come occasionally after that. I have reloaded Windows and still have this issue. I believe this is a driver issue, but I'm lost. Have tested memory several times - no problem detected.
A few months ago my Laptop went freezing from times to times, for a few minutes and then un-freeze, to freeze again a few minutes later. So wondering what to do, I formatted my laptop to solve that problem. Sadly it didn't worked.
Having work to do i was forced to run my PC on Safe Mode for a couple of month. After a while I decided to go ''legit', again and I realized that my PC froze a few minutes after start-up but after a couple of hours, it would run smoothly for days. So the past few months my PC was running smoothly,... until recently, but now, it's worst than ever.
It freezes a few minutes after start-up... and even if I keep it on for days, I still can't do a thing, it un-freeze for like 2 seconds sometimes, then just to freeze again. It's driving me crazy. I'm planning to buy a new PC but I'm stuck with this one for a little while now, might as well try to do something with it. I don't think this is a problem of program or anything like this since even after I formatted it, I still had the same problem. Is my laptop just dead? (I'm on safe-mode right now).
So here's my specs-
Toshiba Laptop Processor: AMD Athlon 64 x2 Dual Core TK-57 1.90ghz Ram: 3 Gb System : Windows 7 home premium 32 bit
I got a sony vaio windows 7 64bit home premium. The problem is, pc too slow to start up. It takes about 15 to 20 mins or more.. and it's always have "not responding" in the upper left corner of the monitor.. I can't use my ms word to do some typing job co'z its pauses 5secs every time.
I recently upgraded my computer with a new motherboard, processor, RAM, and video card. Before I did this, I installed a second fully functional 1 TB internal hard drive just to hold the system image and my important documents. I made a system image using the native software that was available on Windows 7.To be clear, I made a 143 GB system image from my first 1 TB internal hard drive and put it on the second 1 TB internal hard drive. I also moved my important documents over to the second hard drive. (The second drive was completely formatted and turned into a Basic drive beforehand.)After installing the new components, I wiped my first hard drive, deleting all partitions on it, but I forgot that I had one more set of folders that I forgot to move over to the second hard drive. However, since I had the system image on the second hard drive, I figured that I could use that to re-image the first hard drive, pull the files, and wipe it again.Now, since the old motherboard and CPU drivers were saved on the system image, I figured Windows wouldn't be able to load, but as long as the first hard drive contained my files, I thought it wouldn't matter since I could just install the hard drive on the family computer, pull the files, put it back into my computer, and start the installation process all over again.However, when I tried to re-image my first hard drive with the image I had on the second hard drive, I got an error saying that the recovery tools were not compatible, or something to that extent.
At this point, I figured that since the system image was SP1, if I installed Win 7 on my first hard drive and upgrade to SP1, then it would be compatible, so that's exactly what I did.After upgrading to SP1, I tried to re-image the first hard drive, but this time, I used the Win 7 disk in order to do so. I booted from the Win 7 CD, got to the system image restore, and got an image similar to this:Where it says "Intel Raid 0 Volume," I had my C: drive. I assumed that the C: drive was my first hard drive, so I didn't check anything.In the next window, I was told that my first hard drive would be formatted and re-partitioned, so I said yes. When the system was preparing for the re-imaging, I got an error saying that re-imaging failed, and the system would restart.Of course, since my first hard drive was formatted, Windows didn't load, so I tried the re-image again. I didn't get the error, and it showed that the system was "Restoring disk (C: )."However, it was taking WAY too long. 12 hours into the restore, it didn't even go halfway. I left it running while I was at work, and I just came home now and saw that my system was completely frozen. The mouse pointer didn't move, and I left it like that for a few minutes. After half an hour, I held the power button down to turn it off, and tried the re-imaging again.It was going as slowly as it did the second time around, so I canceled the restore, turned it off, registered to these forums off my family computer, and here I am right now.I'm thinking that I should replace all the old parts and try the restore again, but other than that, I'm stuck as to what I should do.
1 x Rosewill CHALLENGER Black Gaming ATX Mid Tower Computer Case, comes with Three Fans-1x Front Blue LED 120mm Fan, 1x Top 140mm Fan, 1x Rear 120mm Fan, option Fans-2x Side 120mm Fan 1 x ASUS M4A79XTD EVO AM3 AMD 790X ATX AMD Motherboard 1 x SAPPHIRE 100283-3L Radeon HD 5770 1GB 128-bit GDDR5 PCI Express 2.1 x16 HDCP Ready CrossFireX Support Video Card
Two days ago my computer suddenly started taking forever to load. I haven't had this issue prior to 2 days ago. I have run a virus scan and checked to see if it needs to be defragged but everything is good. Once it loads, it seems to be fine.
Dell 2305 All-in-One Windows 7 64-bit 8 gb RAM AMD Athlon� II X4 610E processor Blu-ray combo drive (Optiarc DVDRWBD BC-5504H)
Everything works fine except the time it takes to rip my CD's. Using Windows Media Player or Media Center on my other computer, it takes about 2 minutes. On the new Dell, my computer temporarily freezes after ripping the first track, and then will take at least 20 minutes to complete.under the heading of IDE ATA/ATAPI Controllers, there are no channels listed. So I can't enable DMA. The only thing listed is "AMD Sata Controller". Is this a problem with the AMD controller drivers? I've installed the latest from the Dell site. Should I uninstall the AMD controller driver and try to install the Windows 7 drivers instead?
I have a dell inspiron N4010 windows 7 operating system and for some reason, after two minutes of me logging on to my computer the screen suddenly dims, the mouse disappears, and the entire computer freezes. No matter how many times i restart my computer the same thing happens. I don't have this problem though when i'm in safe mode. but when i'm in safe mode, i don't have access to my virus detection software, so i can't scan for a virus either in normal or safe mode.
Since yesterday my computer freezes only after some minutes of booting. Never had an issue of this kind before, my PC was always performing well without any problems at all.
The computer is freezing when im watching videos with VLC and i cant even restart it with ctrl + alt + del because it doesnt respond, so i must restart it manualy pressing the reset button.
Some weeks ago i bought a new PSU (coolermaster silent Pro M 500w) but i think its not related to that because untill yesterday all was fine.
This is what i get: Nome do Evento de Problema: BlueScreen Verso do SO: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.256.1 ID de Regio: 2070 Informes adicionais sobre o problema: BCCode: 124 BCP1: 0000000000000000 BCP2: FFFFFA80051414B8 BCP3: 0000000000000000 BCP4: 0000000000000000 OS Version: 6_1_7601 Service Pack: 1_0 Product: 256_1