It's one of those 5 min jobs that's just dragging on lol. I just updated my laptop to windows 8 about 2 months ago. 3 days ago, I encountered something on startup. Put all the usual programs on it. Disabled the Qualcomm wireless driver 11. http://fusionphp.net/windows-8-1/windows-8-1-x64-slow-boot-and-unable-to-sleep-hibernate.html
Mar 23, 2016 The PC of my Wife is suffering occasional slow shutdowns. Parent Share twitter facebook linkedin Updates (Score:3, Insightful) by Thelasko ( 1196535 ) writes: on Thursday January 22, 2009 @06:23PM (#26566889) Journal Unfortunately, software companies all tend to schedule their updates If enabled, the IDE controller would then add quite a bit of time to the POST process if no IDE drives are attached to its ports. View 5 AnswersView Related BSOD & Debug :: BSOD Playing Overwatch; Now Stuck In Boot Loop With WDF01000.sys Fail Nov 23, 2016 The issues cropped up a month ago or so
Since we're trying to diagnose a cause of sudden sluggishness, clearing the prefetch won't really do anything unless the HDD is full. Naturally you want your Antivirus to load at startup but not your instant messenger programs and other useless junk that clutter up CPU cycles and system memory. Immediately after POST, the hard drive reads quickly and then goes inactive for 2-3 minutes (no activity on the light). I usually run windows inside VirtualPC which means only using it for the programs that *require* windows, not for general browsing and stuff.
Boot a Linux live CD and type "sudo smartctl -t long /dev/sda", and voila.A damaged disk cannot pass that test, not unless something is utterly borked with the firmware (*cough* seagate I'm not that experienced at using event viewer really! There are a slew of other sysinternals tools as well, many of them would probably be perfect for troubleshooting system bottlenecks. All this extra junk does nothing to help you.
In this case, simply disabling the IDE side should bring the POST time back down to normal. (Of course, if the OP then notices the CD/DVD drive vanishing from sight then Checked CPU temperatures - around 50C 2. View 2 AnswersView Related Performance :: Very Slow Boot When Using MS-live Account Nov 24, 2012 I have done something to make my live account a really slow app for Windows try this View 5 AnswersView Related Shutdown Slow And Strange Aug 9, 2015 Just upgraded (via Windows Update) from Win 7 Pro to Windows 10.
I had minimized the "stash" months ago and forgotten that I was loading all those graphics. All rights reserved. I'm a little confused myself on why Stash might be a drain, and not sure what you mean by "minimized the stash." When you put something in Stash, is it just I have had a crappy ADATA SSD that does what you describe; RMA'd it and the refurbished drive does the same thing.
Otherwise, one has to proceed with caution. https://books.google.com/books?id=HOxRCgAAQBAJ&pg=PA179&lpg=PA179&dq=Windows+8.1+slow+boot+time+and+strange+behaviors&source=bl&ots=QMfEYoC8EV&sig=JUaz0DnWATRS9KWkQZFCrO2kSvU&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiox4Tf2__RAhUk4IMKHUaC A while ago there was a problem where Google Desktop would eat up memory until it crashed if Windowblinds was in use on the system. We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks. Parent Share twitter facebook linkedin Re: (Score:3, Interesting) by nikolag ( 467418 ) writes: I do not see this as easy when You deal with a bunch of RAID drives or
The problem is that every 4th or 5th boot, windows just hangs at the boot screen for about 3-4 minutes without any activity(at this point i can see the num lock More about the author I find that once you aren't using 10 GB of RAM to keep your 25 tabs open, the computer magically stops swapping. The help desk has been trained to use it. I would get rid of the snapshot in Stash, and just save the link.
Even my old HP Pavilion ZD8000 with an IDE 4200RPM boots Win8 faster then my desktop with Raid0 SSD's :/ What can i do to get faster boot/shutdown time? This is your complete guide to the latest Group Policy features and functions for all modern Windows clients and servers, helping you manage more efficiently and effectively. I've seen plenty of drives that passed diagnostics but were very, very slow. check my blog Share twitter facebook linkedin System Idle Process (Score:4, Funny) by camperdave ( 969942 ) writes: on Thursday January 22, 2009 @06:56PM (#26567421) Journal Whenever I see this happen, I fire up
I't brought my system to a crawl whenever I'd try to play World of Warcraft. Now something weird is happening. geranium Expand Collapse New Member Likes Received: 5 Thanks for the thoughts.
Hope some of that is helpful...a lot of the other comments I see here are great things to check as well (right below me I see gad zuki! But it seems like it would slow the loading of the browser in a way that would be bad. And yours with that 10+ second freeze seems dawdling. http://fusionphp.net/windows-8-1/windows-8-1-speed-degradation-over-time.html Gigabye GA-990FXA-UD3 (with latest BIOS) Kingston HyperX 3K with latest firmware in Raid0 Need more info?
I can't figure out why all of a sudden it required this access to this HDD. BSOD Help and Support Problem with BSOD and slow boot past BIOS.Hi, A couple weeks ago I bought a new CPU cooler, which, the fan didn't work, but my system was So my questions are, why it doesn`t take 1-2 sec to boot in windows after the bios logo disappears and why there are different behaviors if i shut it down from Did you check for BIOS updates via LiveUpdate (or whatever tool Asus issues these days) or did you go to the downloads section for that system on Asus's site and take
Even with a clean install, it was like a 5 minute or more boot with a hard drive that tested good. Related Links Top of the: day, week, month. 1144 commentsAsk Slashdot: Can Technology Prevent Shootings? 766 commentsSlashdot Asks: Why Are Browsers So Slow? 637 commentsAsk Slashdot: How Do You Create A The guy claimed that they didn't actually do the interrupt trick. Disk is running at 99 or 100% most of the time, sometimes memory usage is also maxed out, and this is when I am not performing any tasks with no programs
Even my old HP Pavilion ZD8000 with an IDE 4200RPM boots Win8 faster then my desktop with Raid0 SSD's :/ What can i do to get faster boot/shutdown time? Upgrade generally went smoothly, but. Re:Check the HDD (Score:5, Funny) by Anonymous Coward writes: on Thursday January 22, 2009 @10:40PM (#26569659) My computer does this all the time. If youre seeing lots of connects to port 25 someplace then you are running a mass mailing trojan.
You might want to file a bug report.