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slow 'horse' after an improper shutdown .

Discussion in 'Hardware Q&A' started by hellomotto, Mar 26, 2006.

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  1. hellomotto

    hellomotto Banned

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    well my PC is only one month old ( AMD 3000//1GB//msi-rs482//SeagateSATA80gb) and its running fine . its boot time was very less also . when I pressed cabinet power on I could only just see the windows-xp screen with 2 'fill-up' blue complete bars go from left to right. then monitor turns black just for 0.5 second then again the same windows xp screen comes lasts just for a second then my log-in screen comes .

    now yesterday for the first time it experienced improper shutdown and after that I see theboot up time is much more
    now what I see is
    first 2 black&white screen featuring some msi motherboard logo and another screen .
    then windows xp screen comes and insteade of 2 now 5-6 'fill-up' blue goes from left to right . then for about 2-3 second monitor turns black snd then again XP screen comes last for 3-4 second . then my log-in screen comes .


    I also did defragment , but it is somewhat slow now . so what I should do ?and why it had happened ? all I can say that after the improper shutdown the boot-up time has incresed 10 seconds . can any techie here enlight me with some knowledge ?
     
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    QwertyManiac Commander in Chief

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    Try closing some unwanted services apart from startups... I too was experiencing that and I closed loads of unwantedies and now boot time is 6 secs (1 scroll of boot screen) and shut is in 3 secs. :)

    U can read what i wrote about major unwanted services here
     
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    I did that but it is still slow.......................
     
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