PC Start up problem in Windows XP

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I installed window XP professional on my PC quite few times. On first time I start my computer its start normally. When I shutdown and for the next time I start my PC after Welcome screen there is nothing appear on Desktop. I wait for half and hour but noting appear on screen. I also restart my computer but the same problem I face. Then I press Alt+Ctl+Delete the task manager window open and I end the processes. But the problem is still their. Then I logoff my PC from the task manager window. It’s started normally. I done this quite few times then my PC getting normal, my question is that, what’s the cause of getting computer hanged although I ended all the process one by one. And how it’s come in normal after three to four time logoff from task manger window?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #117085

PC Start up problem in Windows XP

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You can make your computer faster at startup. You have to remove some startup items quickly. To do this just follow the steps:

  • Click on Start and type “msconfig” in “Run” and hit enter.
  • Now Select the StartUp tab.
  • All values are checked here by default, but you can remove items that you are not required running when you start your computer.
  • Click Apply and Restart your computer.

It will improve the speed of your computer at startup.

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PC Start up problem in Windows XP

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  • Hang-ups come in different reasons. You may have infected with a SPYWARE or a WORMS which uses the memory and CPU resources. This makes your computer slow down and when running additional program, the computer lags till it was hanged. Solution for this is to scan your computer with anti-virus software and clean it from virus infections.
  • Another reason is, you have a problem in your operating system. The operating system must not be installed properly. Try to defrag your computer or repair your operating system or reinstall a clean operating system.
  • Worst problem is your memory modules. Your memory might have developed bad memory chips. Replace your memory.

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