run registry cleaners, I'd consider saving what you can, do a thorough disk and memory diagnostics check and re-install all from scratch. What sometimes happens is that the repair attempt creates more problems than are corrected.
I have windows xp well thats everything I could say for now... I'm not really computer smart..
Im running in safe mode right now... Lately my computer have been running really slow during startup to the point I can't do anything..Even after waiting 15 minutes, its so slow and ie won't open up.
I have run Malwarebytes and it couldn't find anything and I reduce the number of programs that start during startup...Yet nothing fixes it.. I have tried registry cleaners and such too..
When I ran disk defragmention?, my computer went to a blue screen saying that windows need to shut down sisGRV.dll page fault in nonpaged area...
can anyone help me out and speed up windows startup again? :wave: