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Is there anything I can do to make it boot up faster again? Windows 7: Windows 7 service pack 1 slowed down my computer? 09 Mar 2016 #1 MajorFoley windows 7 Ultimate Service pack 1 x64 248 posts Windows 7 service just put it in as KIS had been removed n my pc was pretty much unprotected. To ID the problem in any greater detail is just troubleshooting an anomaly based on the peculiarities of this particular installation AND its unusual update history. check over here
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I can see how piling a whole bunch of updates on top of that might make things worse. This started exactly with updating to SP1, which is what makes me suspicious of it. http://www.vcsoftwares.com/SpeeDefrag.html Back to top #3 Pizza and Pepsi Pizza and Pepsi Members 277 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:CA Local time:12:51 PM Posted 06 April 2012 - 01:40 PM Before you defrag They all too often cause issues and the "problems" they report simply aren't a huge issue.
Mumbodog, Jun 22, 2009 #8 gamezmaster Guest Thread Starter Joined: Oct 29, 2007 Messages: 14 its on a trial anyway so itll be gone in a few days. Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details. But I'll do a dual boot so I can stay in business until it's set up how I like. Generated Thu, 02 Mar 2017 20:48:28 GMT by s_hv1048 (squid/3.5.23) CNET Reviews Best Products Appliances Audio Cameras Cars Networking Desktops Drones Headphones Laptops Phones Printers Software Smart Home Tablets TVs Virtual
The plan for the moment is to create a new restore point and get whatever windows updates i can, if the slow down continues to happen, im going to roll back KIS isn't installed this time so I'm pretty sure that it's SP2 that's causing the problem. If there aren't, confirm (hardware abstractions can make disk errors invisible to Windows) by running a disk diagnostic utility (hopefully the system bios has one), or grab Acronis Drive Monitor to http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/17883-63-service-pack-slow-fixed The best of the lot is from before the updates.
Edit: I've just re-installed SP2 and the startup speed is slow again. You probably have malware.I can see how if I miss too many security updates I increase the chances of having malware. Nilt Ars Legatus Legionis Tribus: Seattle Registered: Jun 14, 2006Posts: 12874 Posted: Sat Jan 25, 2014 1:42 pm GeekGrrl wrote:Ditto giving CCleaner a go. In the past I've found the Auslogic cleaner a bit too aggressive and have had to undo. (Thank you, Resplendence Registry Manager!)Never use a Registry cleaner, even the one in Ccleaner.
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Once there in it will perform better. check it out An error (403 Forbidden) has occurred in response to this request. Windows 7 Sp1 Slow Tech Support Guy is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. Performance Troubleshooter I've restored an image from before the update.
Performance & Maintenance Is windows 7 a service pack?I'm not sure if this has been posted or not, but I felt like bringing it up. check my blog Site Changelog Community Forum Software by IP.Board Sign In Use Facebook Use Twitter Need an account? It's also dangerous because folks often end up with a false sense of security that the HD is fine when it isn't. 21 posts Ars Technica > Forums > Operating Systems It seems to me Windows 7 could be a service pack. Windows 7 Sp2
Click here to join today! In the past I've found the Auslogic cleaner a bit too aggressive and have had to undo. (Thank you, Resplendence Registry Manager!) Re: reinstalling windowsThat is what it feels like I'm However, It wasn't disabled when SP2 was being installed. http://itreader.net/windows-7/scvhost-memory-overuse-and-computer-slowdown.html always when booting it had 60% memory and I couldn't even run anything.
You might try, though, running the full download version of SP1 (they call it the one for network admins, IIRC) all by itself and see if things are happier. Advertisement gamezmaster Guest Thread Starter Joined: Oct 29, 2007 Messages: 14 About a week ago, my Vista machine with SP1 was fine. the article is here: http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/wind...tch-to-only-cache-system-boot-files-in-vista/ a few days after doing this and the boot speed of my computer now is back to normal and the system just feels a whole lot
This is the sort of thing that's annoying as hell to troubleshoot.
Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post. I read something about improved wireless features that were causing these problems for a few people but I'm not on wireless. Malware shall not pass! My System Specs Computer type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number medion intell/Aspire 6930G/acer OS W7 home premium 32bit/W7HP 64bit/w10 tp insider ring CPU E5300 dual core Motherboard medion MS7366 Memory 3gb Graphics
But for that to account for the slowdown, it would have to mean that if updates are later applied on top of that malware, the combined effects of the two would/could Troubelshooting the disk is the easiest, fastest thing, and IME is the cause of 9 out of 10 sudden slow downs (and in particular - Explorer hanging along with the other Nilt Ars Legatus Legionis Tribus: Seattle Registered: Jun 14, 2006Posts: 12874 Posted: Wed Jan 22, 2014 6:53 pm Atomos wrote:Also remember that Windows is that awful roommate that never cleans up have a peek at these guys There's something nice about starting with a fresh install...
New computer with little installed on it. I sure would order the CD/dvd. gamezmaster, Jun 12, 2009 #3 Mumbodog Joined: Oct 3, 2007 Messages: 7,891 I would start disabling items in the startup tab in msconfig, do them one at a time and restart so for old time's sake, when I went to install it from the Aus site, it seemed to want to install something extra (not a browser search bar, but something in
Other benefits of registering an account are subscribing to topics and forums, creating a blog, and having no ads shown anywhere on the site. The behavior is similar to what would happen in the past to XP or w2k, and even NT, after a lot of use. ash-drive/Maybe, hopefully the problem is an "installing SP1" thing and not a "being at SP1" thing?I also wasn't sure if you meant the system had been unused for a year, or