Dienstag, 17. April 2012 08:38
We have a Windows 7 enterprise version which is slow on starting up.<o:p></o:p>
The pc hangs on one moment please. When we remove the computer from the domain the problem does not appear.<o:p></o:p>
Actions I've already done:<o:p></o:p>
Checking lan settings<o:p></o:p>
Remove and add the computer to the domain<o:p></o:p>
disabling all unnecessary items in msconfig.
Anyone any idea where to look next?
Dienstag, 17. April 2012 12:43
By any chance are the network drivers nvidia? If so then try uninstalling / removing the nvidia drivers and reinstall
(Based on a similar problem I had)
Dienstag, 17. April 2012 12:51check the event viewer logs if anything there is going on there around the time of log on.
Mittwoch, 18. April 2012 03:53
Check your domain group policy and Active Directory. Does this domain user account log on with roaming profile?
You may boot the system to clean boot environment and then try again:
How to troubleshoot a problem by performing a clean boot in Windows Vista or in Windows 7
Meanwhile, check the event logs around the time of logon.
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Samstag, 28. April 2012 19:55
Are you running Windows 7 with Service Pack 1, if so perhaps consider checking out some of these slow system startup related posts on my blog site.
Hopefully you may find that at least one of these is applicable in your situation, if you can provide some more information for us (i.e. anti-virus and/or software firewall vendor) then it may be easier to identify other causes of slow system startup.
Also good to note that Group Policy Processing can be directly responsible for slow Login, hotfixes exist for Gpapi.dll (Group Policy Client API), Gpsvc.dll (Group Policy Client) and Gpprefcl.dll (Group Policy Preference Client) to reduce logon performance issues. If you wish to find the latest version of these three files then please feel free to check out the links to my blog below, I try and update posts as new hotfixes become available so these are all very current and apply to Windows 7 with Service Pack 1.
Generally speaking if you apply the latest hotfix (Most recent date and highest File Version) then it will include all the previosuly documented fixes. I would suggest testing these on one machine first and then see how much of an improvement you achieve.
Hope this helps
- Als Antwort vorgeschlagen Stuart Davey Samstag, 28. April 2012 19:55
Mittwoch, 2. Mai 2012 07:31
There was a HP services that was causing the problem. After disableing this service everything was fast again.
Thanks for your help!
- Als Antwort markiert Remco Hooijer Mittwoch, 2. Mai 2012 07:31
Montag, 7. Mai 2012 13:40
What was the HP service that you disabled? I think I may be experiencing the same issue on multiple HP laptops.