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Slow Startup After System Restore

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#1 wintercs


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Posted 05 September 2008 - 08:34 AM

I was working on my girlfriend's laptop and determined that we needed to perform a system restore. The restore seemed to work well for its intended purposes; however, now, when we log in to Vista, the it takes a while to start up, taking a minute or so at the welcome screen before actually loading the desktop, and then taking another minute to load once it gets to the desktop.

Before the system restore, it loaded very quickly with no issues. I don't have the specs off the top of my head, but I believe the system has 2gb ram and close to a 2.0ghz pentium processor.

Any thoughts?


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