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phillpower2

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I did the other steps as well, and my performance still seems about the same as when I originally posted. Booting up windows seems to take longer actually.


Sorry but I am confused as you said in your reply #12

I did all of the steps you listed. After doing the second step my computer actually started up and was not sluggish.


And reply #13

After my login though there was not any hanging or freezing. I did this unplugged again.


Running TFC and disabling unnecessary programs linked to start up will not slow down your system.

Are you again using the notebook with the AC adapter and battery both connected.
Have you installed any new software.
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After doing the first two steps you listed my computer started up relatively fast, but Booting up windows seemed slow. after login there was no hanging. Later, after completing the next steps and restarting my computer seems to take longer loading my windows and getting to my login screen. Performance while using computer plugged in or not fluxates.

Initially, when I started this thread I was having hanging and freezing after logging in to my account. Now the problem seemed to have shifted to Windows Booting up slow. After logging into my account things seem stable, but there are random hiccups

Edited by dazink, 07 November 2012 - 11:00 AM.

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Thanks :thumbsup:

Can you please re-run PCPitstop and again provide the url for us and then do steps 1 and 2 again to see if things improve.
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