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Problem faced during startup

by sanjecon / October 8, 2013 3:54 PM PDT

I'm Using ACER Aspire ONE 722 ( CPU- AMD Dual core processor C 60) with Windows7 starter OS. I'm facing long time during booting after proving supervisor password. The windows diagnostics has referred me two types of problem-
1. Drivers causing windows to standby or hibernate slowly- Atheros L1c- PCI-E Gigabit Ether net controller.

2. Drivers causing windows to resume slowly-
(a) AMD Multivendor Miniport Driver ( file name- atikmpag.sys) Device- SD storage
(b) Windows driver mode foundation- User-mode driver framework reflector ( file name-WUDFRd.sys)
(c) Windows mode driver foundation ( filename-WUDFRd.sys) Device- Transend

Please help me to get rid of this problem. Each time I have restore my system to some previous date and the problem is solved for 5-6 Days, then again the problem of booting starts.

sanjecon

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My brother has such a machine
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / October 8, 2013 4:53 PM PDT

It sounds just like his and the long startup has been an issue since day one. Unless your boot time is over 8 minutes I think you have a fast one.
Bob

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I would go to the Acer site and
by orlbuckeye / October 21, 2013 10:30 PM PDT

see if the drivers have been updated. If they have then restoring will only copy the same bad drivers back to your system. Go to the support for your device and look at the dates of the drivers and verify that you have the most recent drivers.

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