Are any of the computers connected wirelessly to the router?Is the WRT54GS DHCP server enabled or are you running static IP addresses for your networked devices? Screenshot by Dennis O'Reilly PC Doctor includes many security, diagnostic, and troubleshooting tools, but my focus was on the program's Startup Booster. Reply Robert October 4, 2016 at 5:01 am # me too ... I have to hold power button to shut it down. read this article
Of course thetwits do not allow the user to disable the automatic download. have grown very tired of this kind of thing from microsoft lately. 2 hours later machine running ok Reply Pete October 1, 2016 at 6:53 pm # Did you check your This merely hid the problem.I believe there were previous examples of winupdates messing with software or drivers, maybe this is another case. Reply NB October 3, 2016 at 1:41 pm # Plenty of folks with this problem but no answerhttp://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_10-other_settings/appreadiness-errors-after-september-29-windows-10/87d061eb-5fe8-4a50-8340-8638727c1d28?page=2 Reply MIII October 4, 2016 at 4:56 pm # The answer is in https://www.vistax64.com/network-sharing/218639-business-x64-network-connection-slow-startup-pc.html
Gracias Reply Ahmed September 30, 2016 at 9:08 pm # I give up.On the Windows 10 anniversary update, version 1607, I got to about 25% before it froze up ( I Check event viewer and see if there are any notices there. Switch to Advanced tab, highlight Receive side scaling under Property list and select Disable under Value list. 4. If you are NOT using Bonjour, get rid of it by doing this: 1) Open File Explorer and Search for Bonjour, very likely in the C: Disk. 2) Locate the folder
this morning i booted up and it went right into what happened to me with the last update nearly a week ago, screen black and that circle moving endlessly. It worked for me ...!!! Appreciate the tip.So, woohaa.Microsoft, I cannot believe you have to make registry changes just to install an update. Reply Peter October 4, 2016 at 3:20 pm # Works with the removeal of the XBLGameSave items.Thanks Reply Samuel Flint October 4, 2016 at 3:33 pm # xblgamesave..
Black Screen w/ Cursor After Login solved Windows 8.1 stuck on black screen with cursor after login solved Black screen with movable cursor after splash screen, before login Grey screen with System summary: Windows 7, 64 bit, Realtek PCIe GBE Family Controller, Linksys WRT610N router, Sci Atlanta cable modem. If you are joined to a domain, any number of things from DNS to logon scripts and group policy could cause this as well. https://www.sevenforums.com/network-sharing/83288-network-slow-initialize-startup-slow-system.html My computer is working fine.
Reply Tom Mc September 30, 2016 at 9:35 pm # My laptop updated last night on shutdown, but will not boot up at all this morning. 3 hours of watching little I do think that letting average users decide to pick and choose updates is NOT a good idea, as they have no idea what they're doing. Thanks! October 11, 2016 at 5:16 pm # I have a similar issue, in that if I try to turn my laptop (Dell Latitude E7470) off it won't do anything.
And we're getting a red iPhone that raises money to fight HIV/AIDS. https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-performance/windows-7-32-bit-slow-start-up-blue-circle-hangs/fc3cb31f-df53-477f-a2aa-efa360587d92 I can do this either by accessing Recovery Manager while logged in, or tapping the F11 key during startup. Windows 7 Blue Circle Connection Cheers! Windows 7 Takes A Long Time To Connect To Network On Startup OpenDNS)?Are there any other networking applications running on your computers?
Reply lesoudeur October 1, 2016 at 2:01 pm # Same with me. check here The folder and Registry key are re-generated automatically by Windows. If it does not work, I also would like to suggest you test the issue in Safe Mode with Networking via Advanced Boot Options and Clean Boot. Then key in "sfc /scannow" without the quotes, then press enter. Windows 7 Slow To Connect To Network On Boot
Screenshot by Dennis O'Reilly The My Startup tab lists the PC's autostart apps and shows the number of seconds each requires to get going.See a list of your system's autostart apps Reply Linda Motley November 9, 2016 at 11:47 pm # I have had my Toshiba Satellite laptop for 18 months, which came loaded with Windows 8.1. Reply Martin Brinkmann September 30, 2016 at 1:57 pm # The two machines I ran the update on did fine as well. click here now If the service is not running but set to run automatically, try starting the service and see if the network connection works.
If anyone knows how to fix this, great, otherwise I'll be rolling this bugger back. I enabled boot log and checked the ntbtlog file, and a TON of them say Drivers unable to Load. I manually did a restart as I had defined the time as active.
Do this firstStart>Run>msconfig>boot>enable boot log.Restart and goto C:\windows\ntbtlog.txtCheck for any drivers which were unable to load.Try updating the ones which are not being loaded. I would really like to try it to see if it fixes my problem. Reply Dylan September 30, 2016 at 5:13 pm # Apparently the update wiped out the driver for the MOBO's network adapter. Also, I can't access startup repair when I try to.
If so, stop it and disable it. Currently inactive on the forum. I have tried restarting, then looked at firewall settings, disconnecting -connecting wifi and so on.. browse this site Then after a minute or so it advances to the desktop.
Reply George October 5, 2016 at 12:10 pm # I did as said and it solved my problem. As far as I am concerned, Windows owes me a new computer - and you can bet your ass that new computer will be a Mac! Especially since this crap update mechanism is forced up! After that, uninstall and reinstall the network card driver for Windows 7 in Safe Mode to check the issue.
The Extend Display option works correctly! When everything was loaded, I tried to access the internet with no luck. I tried purging the log of old updates and all that using the windows-recommended tool, and that did nothing. Reply Guy October 2, 2016 at 8:18 pm # I ran this on my Surface Book and the next time I tried to launch my music app that pulls from my
The current NVIDIA nForce network controller driver cannot support receive-side scaling feature normally in Windows 7. I think it shows utter incompetence to put this kind of disaster out without adequate testing. I'm torn by how I feel about forcing us to install all the updates. One would think no matter what you ran, the system would scream through it.
Yes3. Yatin SachdevaJun 16, 2014, 6:58 PM Just one question. And no, I can't go around mucking in settings. Anybody have an idea what could be the case.
There smartest people I know have all dumped Microsoft Windows and have moved to the free Linux operating system. I will try the "...RestoreHealth" next.