Quote: Originally Posted by gregrocker
I don't think your DVD files are damaged as you have an install.
What resulted from System File Checker? That would repair any damaged System files.
There are multiple other steps suggested to try so work through them all or clean reinstall following the steps given for that.
Quote: Originally Posted by whs
You could run Soluto
. It would tell you which processes run the longest during boot and which ones you can stop. Very often, the AV program is the culprit.
System File Checker did not fix anything
There was nothing to fix according to it I have installed Soluto but since I have a lot of problems in my actual Windows 7 install I'll do a proper clean install (just as I always did)
I'd like to download a Windows 7 'untouched' copy from a reliable site and activate it with my legit key, can I do it? (I mean I don't wanna have trouble with updates or and that kind of things)