Run Crystal Report at Start Up

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Here's the thing:

Why is it that running a Crystal Report in my VB.NET application always takes so much time?

It hangs for about 5-10 seconds before  the result is displayed.

I'm just wondering if there is something that I can do to speed this process.

Thank you very much.

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Run Crystal Report at Start Up

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Hi,

You can use many little techniques to speed up this process.

This technique is about freeing your RAM, speeding up the processor, clearing computer memory, shutting down running process, etc.

1. Clear your computer by deleting all unused or unnecessary files and folders. To do this:

  • Go to Start the Run.
  • Type “prefetch” and press enter.
  • Now select all files from here and delete them permanently (Shift + Delete).
  • Again go to Run then type “%temp%” and press enter.
  • Now select all file from here and delete them too.

2. Use some RAM utility software to free your RAM and keep maximum free RAM space. You can use RAM free software for it or manually by goes to run then type “tree” and press enter.

3. Again go to Run then type “msconfig” and press enter. Now stop unnecessary running process to speed up the processing speed.

Answered By 0 points N/A #125130

Run Crystal Report at Start Up

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Hi,

There are so many things you can do to speed up the process of running your crystal report in VB.NET application.

You can try;

1. Adding some ram to your system – Running a lot of programs in the background slows down applications specially VB.net. Adding some ram will help.

2. Free up some disk space – Nearly full disk space usually result in slow read/write process of the hard disk drive. Try clearing out some old files you don't need.

3. Try to run disk defragmenter – Disk fragmentation slows the overall performance of your system. When files are fragmented, the computer must search the hard disk as a file is opened (to piece it back together). The response time can be significantly longer.

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