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Windows 7 takes too long to start; error log references unexpected shutdown


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#1 RisingManes

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Posted 22 June 2013 - 01:06 PM

Hello, and I'd appreciate some help with the subject matter at hand. I have been struggling with hardware issues too, but this isn't what the topic is about. Though what you may want to know is: Posting doesn't make a sound half the time, we ran Windows Memory Tester and found no errors, replaced the PSU, reseated everything including the processor. Perhaps reseating the processor fixed that, but I'm not getting my hopes up.

 

With the backstory out of the way: Pretty much what it says on the tin. Windows works fine, if somewhat sluggish due to my use of Chrome as of late. Only bootup takes forever.

 

Here's the error log for the latest bootup as of the time of posting.

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Posted 22 June 2013 - 10:23 PM

There seems to be a lot of startup errors involving Peer Network Grouping. Try typing services.msc into the search or run dialog box in the Start menu and hit enter. Then scroll down and make sure the Peer Networking Identity Manager is not set to disabled. Just double click it and set the startup type to manual. See if that helps.



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Posted 22 June 2013 - 10:30 PM

So turns out doing something unrelated may have eased my issue a bit: I uninstalled and reinstalled Flash Player, which had my computer BSoD'ing when I even so much as skim over an embedded YouTube video. (Meanwhile, games like Dark Souls and even the Final Fantasy XIV beta run fine...)

 

The startup error disappeared along with the BSoD'ing, based on a cursory test, though some errors are still there. I should probably note that I use Startup Delayer.

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Posted 22 June 2013 - 11:30 PM

Startup Delayer can cause problems if not used correctly and has been linked to some crash issues.

 

The following link hosted by Bleeping Computer is a database and search tool for knowing which Startup programs are necessary, unnecessary, optional, and even harmful to your computer. Please read the usage instructions and the disclaimer.

http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/startups/






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