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Windows 7: Maxed Out Processor

21 Jul 2015   #11

Windows 7 - Home Edition - Build 7601x8086

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by GokAy View Post
I wouldn't be here if I minded helping out :)

But I am at a loss at the moment, do you know what you have disabled so you can enable them back?

Hmm, maybe All-in-one Repair will help. Get it from - Windows Repair and run it as admin in Safe Mode with Networking. Repair with default options, see if that will help.
Not really, I've changed so many things on here now I wouldn't know where to start. I just checked the boot time and it is 62 seconds on an HDD. The break down:

7-11 seconds on average to shutdown

From boot to desktop:

3-7 seconds to boot drivers (it lags out cause of the stupid bios, I have a linux partition and the hardware here is not compatible so it causes a delay)
5-6 seconds to load every boot driver
45-53 seconds to logon into the desktop minus the 5 second delay to actually use it now

average 60-70 seconds

It has never once taken more then 10 seconds from the boot drivers to the desktop before, usually it is instantaneous. I've had error before that certain system components failed to load because it was so fast.

The thing with that though is I have to do every component individual and track the changes. It is a great tool granted, but it is a lot of work. If I can isolate what the delay is without using it, it would be a lot easier.
Since this has happened I disabled Shell Hardware Detection, adaptive brightness, and then I just don't know I don't have a means to track it... uhm AsyncMAc,

The week before that was:

Windows Presentation Foundation Font Cache, Application Layer Gateway Service, Application Identity, Certificate Propagation, Disk Defragmenter, Wired AutoConfi, Microsoft iSCSI Initiator Service, and BranchCache

I know it has nothing to do with the registry, nothing has been change there lately. The only thing I was doing when it happened was using Torch. I've checked Autoruns and it looks clean. The biggest thing I did change actually which might cause it is directory changes. I changed over my user account to an external drive....... I know it effected my K-Meleon install where the os can't even tell it is running at times causing it not to work intermittently. I just don't know where down the line it happened.
Wifi static IP - FIXED NativeWIFI driver not loaded
Toolbars - FIXED Internet Security Options Reset (why does effect explorer so)
Interrupts - Was a hardware failure problem damn wifi wasn't over heating it was missing a driver

Advanced boot options being displayed after boot are still occurring as well as the black screen to logonui+delay. Must be a driver:

3 hours later, tested that and nope that just made things worst. OK if you disable every service but 4 the advanced boot options will not load as in safe mode, though there is a black screen still and long pause after as logonui loads till you reach the desktop. So that narrows down the issue to:

Networking misconfiguration: which was fixed
Remote Procedure Issue: ?????
Audio Issue: ?????
CryptSvc Issue: ?????
GroupPolicy Issue: ?????
LSASS Issue: ?????
Power Issue: ?????
WMI Issue: ?????

I really don't know, is like 4am now. I'll check those routes tomorrow, and if no leads I'll try putting the directories back to the main system and just symlink the ones I need to.

The CPU issue is resolved though, so thanks again. I'll have to figure out this messed up boot issue on my own by tracing the dependencies, is way too much information to go through on here. I should be happy it is booting in 60 seconds, isn't too bad is just the fact for 30 of those seconds are sitting on a black screen for no apparent reason. Then the other 15 seconds or so is just to make it pass the logon screen.

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