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after update computer will boot but it takes 10 min lots of not responding prog


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#1 mtiffin

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Posted 22 June 2013 - 03:54 PM

I went through a lot of issues with a clean up at Malwarebytes   till I got the all clear and start working with this computer again

 

everything except MS excell appeared back to normal 

excell still errors and closes itself on any process like a data sort

 

so after a few days i decided to let windows update do its thing with 22 criticals

 

got about to 12 and it stopped, I let it run overnight    in the morning it had rebooted and all 22 appeard to have been updated       but the computer  was responding very slowly    so i rebooted again no change

 

this computer is unusable now  it works on simple things but any higher level stuff times out or just stops

it takes 5 to 10 min to look at the c drive and check its properties

 

event viewer just sits there 2 hrs nothing    opening control center take 10 min to just show the icons

 

open 2 things and you might as well go home for the day

 

tried recovery  (regular and safe mode)  failed says it couldn't find a file   (file is there)

 

safe mode works fine but any fixes, logs, or other info will need to come from safe mode 

 

these are the step we took at malwarebytes

http://forums.malwarebytes.org/index.php?showtopic=126945&hl=

 

 

this computer is used in a sound studio and has hours of updates and upgrades loaded on it

so reloading windows will suck

Thanks for any ideas

 



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