Tried to restart pressing shift key along. If you are unsure if a program should be disabled, please either look it up on or contact the Help Desk for assistance See. I'll just say that you should uninstall Java. Best Regards, Tao Please remember to mark the replies as an answers if they help and unmark them if they provide no help. My hard drive was failing so I purchased a new one from Dell and made a backup image with Norton Ghost 16 disk. Most people know that the more programs you have running on your computer at once, the more likely it is that your computer will either run slowly or even crash.
The page about offers additional information concerning this subject. I think something must be out of whack with msconfig. This is a list of every program that starts when Windows is loaded. Yes, you have it absolutely correct. Removing an old installation from the boot menu If Windows 7 is reinstalled without deleting the old installation by and , in most cases the boot menu shows two entries the old operating system is still visible in the boot menu. Disabling these programs will help your computer boot faster and crash less. It didn't make a blind bit of difference.
Next I discovered that System Restore didn't work, couldn't get the window even open. My name is Aseem Kishore and I am a full-time professional blogger. The Event Viewer logs did not show up in the output during testing. For some reason, it cannot launch msconfig. It amazes me how slow some client computers are because of the massive number of startup programs. And I want to launch msconfig. Can someone help me with a solution? Matty, In addition, I would say the first step would be to uninstall any programs that you do not use or need.
This should make your computer load the Windows operating system much faster, especially if many start-up applications were bogging your computer down. Restart the computer and check whether all disabled items are still disabled if not, it is an indication of a virus. Also, take a look at this post: To get a screenshot of the active window, use Alt+Prnt Scrn or Fn+Alt+Prnt Scrn on some laptops. Again, Windows will continue to load in Safe Mode until you go back to the system configuration utility and uncheck it or choose normal startup. Visit the page for detailed information which services are safe to disable. Click on the Windows 7 start icon in the bottom left corner of your screen. I posted here and Tony of this forum helped me work through the fix.
This tool gives more information about the automatically started programs like the location where to find them in the Windows Explorer. Just thought it might allocate both cores for helping increase the boot time of windows 7. You probably will not miss it. Background When a computer is turned on, and Windows starts to load, Windows begins to load other programs as well. What to do , how to lauch that.
. Click on the Startup tab. You can pretty much only open explorer and browse around. This is an important tab because it has a lot of options for how Windows starts up. I screwed up my msconfig to where it would load the login screen without any login information and after hours of trying this and that in the end this was the only thing that would work just shy of reinstalling windows and losing all my saved data.
Disabling third-party services can be useful, but only in certain circumstances. How about the solution we have provided? If you choose this option, remember to change it back when you are done troubleshooting, or Windows will keep starting up in this manner. Continue these steps, until the item which causes the problems, is found. So when we run just msconfig from command prompt, we get the below error message. The disabling of start up programs is done through the System Configuration utility, commonly referred to as 'msconfig. You restart the computer and see if that service or startup item is causing the issue with your system. Turning off some of these hidden programs can significantly increase your computer's performance and reliability.
So if I understand correctly, the solution is to compile a 64bit version of my app, yes? To answer the second part of your question, i never run into any problems with the settings changed. The next step is to remove the older version from the boot menu and to delete the installation folder using the Windows Explorer. Do error messages, computer crashes, and slow-to-load applications cut into your time-and your life? Windows has all sorts of hidden little utilities that let you configure and modify system settings not normally visible in areas like the Control Panel. It didn't make a blind bit of difference. You can check the services you want to run at startup and uncheck the ones you don't.