|06 Nov 2009||#1|
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Slow System Boots (Startup and Shutdown)
I am running Windows 7 on both my new Desktop and my 2 year old laptop. My laptop was the first to receive the upgrade to 7 and has been working awesomely. The start up is phenomenal and shutdown is no hassle, however my laptop runs on the 32 bit software. Now my desktop, I just recently upgraded it to 7 last week however I haven't noticed the same performance boost as I have on my laptop. I do run 64 bit on my desktop, but I am curious as to why the shutdown and startup times are rather slow. I have gone as far as to limit the start up programs as well as some of the boot options being the GUI boot and maximizing the number of processors that are used during startup. Sometimes even during the start up the screen goes black for a few minutes after I enter my login password. I have Intel Quad Core 2 with 8GB Ram and TB of Hard Drive space. I just don't understand why it takes much longer to start and shut down when my laptop with less performance can. Any ideas would be well appreciated. Thanks.
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|06 Nov 2009||#5|
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okay well i went into the files and found a bunch of errors for WMI is there something that i can do to find out where that is exactly coming from.. i don't have much on my computer at all.. would it help to get the computer itself back to factory standards then reinstall windows 7 all over... again i don't have much on the computer so this wouldn't be a huge thing to deal with.
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