Similar help and support threads Thread Forum Hello, I have been experiencing slow shutdown 11~20 min and booting 5 or more min issues since last month. Then the router's control panel appeared. I have looked at a bunch of similar problems but each instance seems to have a different solution, only half working, and none working for me. Delete Unnecessary Fonts With Micrsoft being kind enough or may be brutal enough, they have loaded innumerable fonts at startup which never fail to slow down its boot time. So I was left pondering once again whether the time lost by installing and running the optimizing utility will ever translate into time saved by faster Windows 7 starts and enhanced performance generally. These updates require restart, so i did it. Before I had Microsoft fix my Windows Media Player problem, this process was almost instantaneous.
However, any wrong edit in registry can also harm your operating system and its functionalities. Just found this discussion on google and followed what Arther Li suggested. This is especially useful when high levels of computer use. Finally I found out it was the antivirus software that caused the issue through monitoring services. You must change a few settings in the policy editor. Having to wait a few minutes for internet each time I open it is getting annoying. Recently added physical cabling for their Ethernet, but surprised the problem didn't go away right after.
When I start up my desktop I find that my wireless network takes a few minutes to connect to the router. Fix: How to identify the trouble? Slow wireless connection issues often occur when you connect a laptop to different wireless networks and Windows stores them in an order of priority that's different from the order you want to use. Combine the two and you could be looking at 1-2 minutes for a log in prompt. The most critical of these issues are slow startup and shutdown issues. For me, the adapter was labeled Wireless Network Connection. I do not know how to interpret this situation.
I was also having trouble running the backup program as it would fail every time. When they open Windows explorer, and try to open a mapped, network drive, the address bar shows that the network drive is loading and this takes several moments. If space is cluttered file placement can result in slow computer work. One of my screens failed and I purchased a new one, installed it and it is working fine. I get logged into Windows pretty quickly not as quick as when I bought it 4 years ago, but still pretty good. Thanks for the tip, but this is something quite different. You also create duplicates accidentally and even get infected with malicious programs.
However, any wrongdoing can ruin your operating system. What is happening when the network cable is plugged in that could potentially cause the network identification to take too long? Connection to network takes 13-14 seconds after windows starts which was instantly with my old Z77A motherboard. The system started up in seconds. I have a laptop beside me that connects instantly on start up. I can get the login screen of the system. The slowdown may be due to a software conflict.
I know that this is simple but why chase dozens of things and beat your head against the wall, until your sure that it isn't hardware related believe me I've been there, done that , got the t-shirt on this one! A little about that - I've had this problem for about a month now and have experienced it while connected via wire to two different routers Netgear, now Linksys E3000. Click the radio buttons to manually enter the addresses, and enter the numbers you wrote down. Oh, and no other computer on my network has this networking issue. Hovewer after restarting windows again the same problem occurs, network connection takes ~13seconds. The problem with this method is that some devices' connection attempts timeout before they can actually connect to the network. I was able to restore permission to some of my files but not all. The site describes that problem and offers a hotfix.
The network connects fine on any other device and once it has connected the first time I turn on the computer I can disconnect and reconnect immediately. When you reboot, the driver will reinstall itself, so make sure you don't check the 'remove driver from this computer' box. Previously I had problems occasionally when the network connection was dropped during an online session and I received a prompt to sign into my network. After half a day of turning background services on and off individually, I found the culprit!! Any assistance would be great. If the issue still persists, please feel free to reply this post directly so we will be notified to follow it up.
You need to use antivirus software to remove viruses and spyware from your system. I tried restarting my windows in safe and networking mode, it connects to the internet properly, but when I boot in normal mode, it takes a lot of time to start, I have even tried to switch off my antivirus and firewall, it still takes long time to connect. I do not know maybe it is normal time for this motherboard or maybe there is a rule in firmware as a safety precaution. I Used to get 28-31mb download on speedtest. You can disable them from running as soon as you turn on your computer. For example, in some computers, at logon, web cam software, acrobat reader, real player up-dater, yahoo messenger , etc.
However, is there any way of resolving the underlying issue? Open it up when it shows up in the start menu and check out the System and Application error logs. I'm running windows 7 64 and whenever I start up my laptop windows 7 takes forever to load my network. That is not the case with my system: Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit boots in 51 seconds. Thanks for your understanding and efforts. And and the light that indicates the hard drive is always lighten.