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Did you look at your machine with AUTORUNS? It's over at http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb963902.aspx
And lean? Can to share your HIJACKTHIS LOG? It's worth a quick peek?
And what about this machine? Make, model and details seem absent. For example many install Norton or another large app and then discover it carries a price.
Hello all, I have a question regarding what seems like an extra long boot-up time. Everything seems to work fine and it comes off of standby almost instantly, but when I shut down to do a re-boot to clear it out, it seems like it is taking a little longer than it did when it was new.
And I know adding stuff can make that happen and I do have a few things that I added that I expect to make it take a little longer but I was curious about one thing in particular. I have (4) network drives "mapped" in my Windows Explorer just so I can have quick access to the drives on the other computers in my house. But, most always, non of them are turned on so I get one of those little cloud pop-ups that says something like, "Could not connect to network drives" or something like that.
So, I was just wondering if having a bunch of drives mapped like this can cause Windows to stall a bit during a boot-up because it is looking for drives that aren't there.