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30 Jul 2010  
karlsnooks

MS Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 64-bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Learn2 View Post
Hey guys, real sorry in advance if this has been all explained in another thread :$

Here's what happened :

I went from Vista to 7 home premium without any trouble and installed my usual programs. Then my computer started crashing with some IRQL less or equal BSOD errors while I was downloading files (>3mbps). The problem persisted (but had no effect at all on speed during startup) and I grew a bit tired of it so I chose to follow the system's advice to troubleshoot the startup. Since then, my computer started taking over 15 minutes to boot and even though I scrolled countless threads, I managed to fail resolving the problem. Then I though that I maybe had messed up something in the OS so I reinstalled, making sure that I had formatted everything. The problem is that the startup is stil WAY slower than what it used to be : from a startup time of 45s before the troubleshoot (when i went from vista to 7) to around 4minutes. I tried starting with minimal settings and it still takes over 2 minutes...
Just in case it can give an insight to anyone, the startup lags at the "windows starting (with the pulsing flag) and then right after I put my PW in to log.

ESET's system inspector tells me that my drivers are fine and my windows index is still the same at 4.6. Windows troubleshoots detect no problem whatsoever.

All in all, I just don't get what's wrong with my lappy, so I'm asking for help !

Thanks all in advance

Learn2
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do a System Restore from a point BEFORE the problem appeared.

WIN + F1 | type System Restore | Enter key

WIN is that key with wavy flag on it.
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