MagicAndre1981

How to speed up boot process under Windows Vista or Windows 7

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Hey eki91,

i got the same error until i tried using the cmd.exe without explicit Admin rights. (Checked SuperFetch, Registry etc. befor, but didn't work..)

My user account has Admin rights, so i tried it out, and it worked for me.

Perhaps that works for u too.

Ice

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.It would be great if you could have a look on my last .etl file and tell me if there are some more optimation options.http://www.mediafire.com/?6r7uf5zkoremv8xThanks, Icerise

GData causes several HDD reads so that the HDD is busy.

Next you run your HDDs in IDE Mode, change to AHCI

Device Description, Device Id, Device Friendly Name

Laufwerk, ,

, IDE\DISKST3160827AS_____________________________3.42____\5&F437AB5&0&0.0.0, ST3160827AS ATA Device

, IDE\DISKWDC_WD6400AAKS-00A7B2___________________01.03B01\5&F437AB5&0&0.1.0, WDC WD6400AAKS-00A7B2 ATA Device

Also remove tools like the Adobe loader from startup.

@eki91

have you installed the hotfixes for Windows 7?

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>Ice

will try it later..

>andre

which hot fixes do u mean..

i dont really do window update..only do it when there's important fixes..

can u specifies it?some links perhaps..

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always install all updates!

Look in the first post in this topic. You can find a link to a topic where I posted some Windows 7 hotfixes which fix slow startup issues. Install them all.

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>Ice

still the same for me..not working..

>andre

i end up installing all the updates from window update

and installing the hot fixes too..

but still not working..

i quite strange since i can used it before without problem..

until last months..

maybe got something to do with sp1 update??

:wacko:

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>Andre

i tried change the registry value but still the same...

btw i do some google and end up on a thread..

http://forum.lowyat.net/topic/1606856/+1940

there is a post about troubleshoot for this anyway..

i follow it but i just dont get the part for HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\SysMain 0

i donno which one need to be set to 0..

the other modification is just the same as in the link site provided..

here the screenshot for my registry value..

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the value 2 is fine for "Start". Are you sure the service is started and running?

Delete the pf files in the prefetch folder and run

Rundll32.exe advapi32.dll,ProcessIdleTasks

10 times.

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positive..see screenshot..

sorry..did u mean prefetch folder in c?

C:\Windows\Prefetch

and do u mean all the pf files?

since its in windows folder i need confirmation 1st..

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yes the prefetch folder in C:\Windows

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tried to delete all the pf n run the command..

but when try to do the boot trace the error still the same..donno why.. :blink:

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have you run the rundll32.exe command 10 times?

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the topic you linked says nothing about HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\SysMain, it talks about other keys. Are those keys correct?

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