|21 May 2013||#1|
MSE slow bootup after re-install OS and using SSD
hey all! ok, so i got a new motherboard and had to re-install the OS. prior to this, my computer would boot very quickly to the desktop, no issues, i was using microsoft security essentials. my OS is on my SSD as well. after re-installing the OS and putting MSE back on, my computer now gets to the desktop and it seems to freeze.
i watch the taskbar in the bottom right and after about a minute and a half, MSE loads and then all the rest of the programs start just fine. its like MSE is holding up the rest of the programs from starting and even the internet will not connect until MSE is done.
anyone have similar issues or any ideas how to fix it?
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|22 May 2013||#4|
MSE does not look to be the culprit anymore
i unchecked all from msconfig startup tab and left MSE. that was interesting! it seems MSE is not the problem, but what is slowing my system down on startup is the network connection. it takes the computer quite a while just to establish a network connection. i did install up to date drivers for my motherboard when i installed the board roughly a week and a half ago. not sure what the problem is now.
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