Winxp load very slow when logon to local computer Tags: Connection Computers Configuration Windows XP Last response: February 17, 2010 7:53 PM in Windows XP Share bbalaji February 8, 2010 5:32:16 PM Hello, i have a sony laptop we configure to connect to our domain but when we want to connect as a local system it takes a lot of time to boot (almost 30 minuts) any help will be appreciated. More about : winxp load slow logon local computer aford10 February 8, 2010 6:05:27 PM Try running msconfig and see what processes are starting up. bbalaji February 17, 2010 6:56:46 PM aford10 said:Try running msconfig and see what processes are starting up. hI thx for the reply but it did not come to system prompt. can i delete the domain account from it. if i do what will be the impact. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Get the answer aford10 February 17, 2010 7:53:57 PM What system prompt are you referring to? If you delete the account, everything under that user will be deleted. You can try rebuilding the profile. Log on as the administrator. Rename the C:\documents and settings\profile to profile.old. Then restart. The profile will rebuild when that user tries to log on. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources source: disk, event id: 51, winxp sp2 clean install sata h.. Forum Troubleshooting WinXP long boot time (bootvis done in 592 .. Forum Wireless Network Icon Very Slow to Load in System Tray in Windows XP Forum Everything very slow in XP Forum Logon problem ( WinXP ) Forum Simple and Free Guide to Removing Malware Forum Simple and Free Guide to Removing Malware Forum Roaming Profiles Loading as Local on XP machine Forum Internet Access is slow as molasses.... Forum URGENT help needed, can't logon Forum Logon too slow ... Forum Good system, but very low FPS on SC2! Forum WinXp 32bit Forum WinXP hangs after logon Forum Black Ops 2 Slow load times Forum Computer will not find DNS automatically... Forum winxp can't logon Forum very slow computer Forum Local profiles unavailable loading temp profile Forum slow computer Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !