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taking much time after booting.

amit5ingh

Broken In
My laptop hp g4 2049tx taking time about 5-10 minute to be in a workable state.

2-3 days before i was defragging my hdd's E(3rd) partition(total 3 partition), which was showing 6% fragmentation. Unintentionaly i shutdown my laptop and when i restated it, it took 5-10 minute to be in workable state. I checked E Drive that was now showing 40% fragmentation. I defragd it that took too much time.
Since then when i start my system it takes 5-10 minuts every time., but after that it works fine.
I din't intall any new software.
the system hangs when i open any application after booting for 3-5 minuts.
 
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rijinpk1

Aspiring Novelist
defragmenting the hdd will take much time. you should have waited. try to defragment again patiently.
 

CommanderShawnzer

Steam High Templar
My laptop hp g4 2049tx taking time about 5-10 minute to be in a workable state.

2-3 days before i was defragging my hdd's E(3rd) partition(total 3 partition), which was showing 6% fragmentation. Unintentionaly i shutdown my laptop and when i restated it, it took 5-10 minute to be in workable state. I checked E Drive that was now showing 40% fragmentation. I defrag it that takes too much time.
Since then when i start my system it takes 5-10 minuts every time., but after that it works fine.
I din't intall any new software.

I have the same problem
Defraging completely solves this
 

bssunilreddy

Chosen of the Omnissiah
You can turn off the page file in the system properties>Performance Options>Virtual Memory.It will take less time to boot and also if turn off visual effects to performance then the booting will be even more faster.
 
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amit5ingh

Broken In
@op; run "msconfig" and post a screenshot of "startup" tab.
satrtup1.jpgstartup2.png

i forgot to mention one thing that the system hangs when i open any application after booting for 3-5 minuts.
 
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amit5ingh

Broken In
No doubt why your boot times are so high. there are so many items present for startup. Remove these items from startup list:

IDT PC Audio
yonto
google updates
facebook
batterycare
HP on screen...
Adobe reader...
groove...
Blue Soli

Also run CCleaner regularly, defrag the HDD and update drivers.

the problem is not occuring at boot time(don't take much time in booting.).., refreshing after boot is properly working but when i open any file or application it goes into the not responding state (opened file window or appliction) for 3-5 minuts.

i removed everything whatever u said bt d problem is still there.
 

bssunilreddy

Chosen of the Omnissiah
Instal and run Windows 8.1 and see the difference as this OS is mainly optimized to run efficiently on laptops.The removable devices like the USB drives are shut down to save battery in this OS and it is less buggy than Windows 8 and more efficient.
 
Instal and run Windows 8.1 and see the difference as this OS is mainly optimized to run efficiently on laptops.The removable devices like the USB drives are shut down to save battery in this OS and it is less buggy than Windows 8 and more efficient.

Totally incorrect. Please do some research.

the problem is not occuring at boot time(don't take much time in booting.).., refreshing after boot is properly working but when i open any file or application it goes into the not responding state (opened file window or appliction) for 3-5 minuts.

i removed everything whatever u said bt d problem is still there.

Try scanning your system with Norton power Eraser. Also post a screenshot of task manager showing all processes. Does the system work fine in safe mode?
 

bssunilreddy

Chosen of the Omnissiah
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amit5ingh

Broken In
Try scanning your system with Norton power Eraser. Also post a screenshot of task manager showing all processes. Does the system work fine in safe mode?

Processes.png

yes.., system works fine in safe mode.
 

shameer

Right off the assembly line
Better install Tuneup Utilities latest version...clean up the system, registry and try defragmentation again...
it works fine on my PC dont know how it will work for laptop..give it a shot..
 

rijinpk1

Aspiring Novelist
download bitdefender rescue disk and scan your whole computer for virus.
also post a screenshot of crystaldisk info.
 
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