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Vista slow boot SOMETIMES and sluggish performance


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svitolo

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Hey Guys - I hope you can help me!

I would say I have this problem 30% of the time, but when I boot up my computer it takes a long time to load up. After that, my system resources are at 40 percent for about 15 minutes, and then whenever i use any program it jumps to a hundred percent!

Again, this doesn't happen all the time. Sometimes when I restart my computer with boot quickly and everything will be running fine.

Anyone know why this happening? Here's my hijackthis log:
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Hello svitolo

Please do not post hijack logs here , They belong in the Malware Forum only , UNLESS requested ( Then you attach the log :) )

No harm done though..

however this is not the place for malware removal , but the malware staff will be happy to help you out !

however I " think " one of your " rundll32.exe's " have an infection... ( We will have to have an expert confirm this though )

I'm not a malware staff therefore cannot assist you in any kind of malware removal..

therefor i am going to direct you to the malware forums where you can have your computer checked over more thoroughly

Can you please start here : http://www.geekstogo...uide-t2852.html

Run through step by step , saving all logs / results

Then head over to : http://www.geekstogo...emoval-f37.html

Start a new topic and include all relavent information , including anything youve done to try and fix this...

Post all logs / results

ALSO , add a link to this thread so they can have it closed down , if after you have the all clear / clean message from the malware staff and you still have slow boot problems , PM and admin and have this topic re-opened , and we can continue where we left off !

You in good hands in the malware forums :) ,They are all good at what they do...

Sorry for any inconvenience , and thank you for your co-operation

Best of luck
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Happy computing

Anthony19

Edited by Anthony19, 19 April 2009 - 03:16 AM.

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Thank you! Followed the steps and posted on the other forum.
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