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    • JustAnotherSaver
    • By JustAnotherSaver 16th Jul 17, 3:39 PM
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    JustAnotherSaver
    Windows 7 taking forever to load
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    • 16th Jul 17, 3:39 PM
    Windows 7 taking forever to load 16th Jul 17 at 3:39 PM


    For a week or so now when i turn the PC on it gets caught up at this screen. Not all the time but often. This morning after probably about 3-5 minutes at this screen i went downstairs & had a coffee, came back upstairs once i'd done that & it had finally opened up Windows 7.

    I've not installed anything new that i can think of. I've ran SuperAntiSpyware, Malwarebytes Anti Malware, MS SE. Nothing found.

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    • JustAnotherSaver
    • By JustAnotherSaver 17th Jul 17, 9:06 PM
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    Well i ran Acronis last night to back up the C drive. The C is my Samsung SSD. There's not a great deal on there i think but there is stuff. Most of my files are on a 2TB HDD which has been partitioned off into 2 drives.

    And Windows 10 is not an option. Well it is, but i don't want it.

    • ChristianC123
    • By ChristianC123 17th Jul 17, 11:19 PM
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    ChristianC123
    You may try the following steps and check if it helps.
    Method 1:
    Step 1:
    You may refer to the following article to check if the issue occurs in Safe mode.
    Start your computer in safe mode
    Step 2:
    If you are not facing the issue in safe mode with networking, then you may perform a clean boot and check.
    A clean boot helps to verify if any third party application services or startup item is causing this issue.
    You may refer the following KB article to put the computer in clean boot:
    How to troubleshoot a problem by performing a clean boot in Windows Vista or in Windows 7!!!!!!
    After the trouble shooting steps please refer to clean boot link to put the computer back to normal start up mode.
    !
    Method 2:
    Unplug the external devices connected and check if the issue persists.
    You may also update the chipset and all device drivers to the latest by visiting the computer manufacturer’s website.
    Update a driver for hardware that isn't working properly

    Regards,
    Christian
    • DavidP24
    • By DavidP24 17th Jul 17, 11:28 PM
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    DavidP24
    Event logs and boot logs are two completely different things.
    But maybe you are new to this
    Originally posted by Jim431
    No maybe you are

    The event log viewer allows you to view all events, it is just a plug in, I guess you do not know how to use it.
    Thanks, don't you just hate people with sigs !
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