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#1 12 years ago

Ok so i bought a new comp with Windows Vista recently. It have been running good for 2 days! Now every time I want to shut down or start up it takes between 7-15mins to shutdown and 3-10mins to Start up.

Also.. every time I shut down the comp I get a Blue Screen of Death Error after a long time (7-15mins)

I disabled Aero, reduced the number of startup programs and it still slloooowwwww.. Even though I have 2 GB Ram.

What Should I do? Any advices to get rid of this Blue Screen Error!?

Thanks in Advance.




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#2 12 years ago

What error is the BSOD giving you?




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#3 12 years ago

goto Start (the button) > Run Type in services.msc Scroll down for Windows Search Right click and select Properties then change the following; Startup Type: Disable (from the dropdown menu) Restart your system. See if that does the trick.


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#4 12 years ago
marvinmatthew;3819816What error is the BSOD giving you?

I don't know it's too fast and I dont want to wait 10 mins in front of my computer waiting for this screen to pop up.. But if I have time to see it i will tell you

goto Start (the button) > Run Type in services.msc Scroll down for Windows Search Right click and select Properties then change the following; Startup Type: Disable (from the dropdown menu)

Thanks.. Just did and will restart in few minutes.. Should reply in 1 hour or so..




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#5 12 years ago

Did what you said.. Still the same thing.. I didn't even see the Blue Screen this time cause it was 'Shutting down' for 15mins + So I manually shut it down.. The Start up is also really long.

I have Aero disabled and 2 GB Ram.. Dunno why it's so long




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#6 12 years ago

Its possible that it could have either been a bad image that was put on the HDD or the HDD itself has a problem. Could you possibly run a Hard Drive diagnostic and tell us the results?




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#7 12 years ago

Not sure how to do that.. In BIOS? Anyway I might just restore from crap and reinstall Vista (if I find out how lol)




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#8 12 years ago

I know on Dell's you'd hit F12 before the splash screen goes away after the system is powered on. From there you'd select diagnostics. I'm not sure if the option is the same for other branded PC's though. You could always try F12 as soon as you power on the system and see if it either drops you into a diagnostic mode to test the hardware of your system or if it gives you a menu for such a thing.




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#9 12 years ago

Yea when I press F10 on startup I access the BIOS Configuration and I think there's a Disk Diagnostic option somewhere but im not sure.




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#10 12 years ago

*Hugs XP (Which is still evil)*




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