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Anonymous
June 21, 2005 9:15:57 AM

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No spy/malware/viruses or other baddies
xp home sp2

1gb ddram

I only have three or four progs in startup, this includes ms office and
panda av, however it takes about 3 mins to boot completely. It boots to
desktop very quickly but panda takes ages to appear any ideas would be very
welcome

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Anonymous
June 21, 2005 3:36:00 PM

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"noanswer3" wrote:
> No spy/malware/viruses or other baddies
> xp home sp2
>
> 1gb ddram
>
> I only have three or four progs in startup, this includes ms
> office and
> panda av, however it takes about 3 mins to boot completely. It
> boots to
> desktop very quickly but panda takes ages to appear any ideas
> would be very
> welcome

Maybe your drive is heavily fragmented. How long since u ran a defrag?
This can be a reason for ur slow boot.

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Anonymous
June 21, 2005 9:14:25 PM

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I have diskeeper running set and forget, it is defragged every day, I am
sure that this is not the problem

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> "noanswer3" wrote:
> > No spy/malware/viruses or other baddies
> > xp home sp2
> >
> > 1gb ddram
> >
> > I only have three or four progs in startup, this includes ms
> > office and
> > panda av, however it takes about 3 mins to boot completely. It
> > boots to
> > desktop very quickly but panda takes ages to appear any ideas
> > would be very
> > welcome
>
> Maybe your drive is heavily fragmented. How long since u ran a defrag?
> This can be a reason for ur slow boot.
>
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