N/APosted on - 10/09/2011
In the fast few weeks, my computer runs slow.
When booting up it take 5 minutes to open.
So I run my ccleaner, no errors found. I use defragment to fix the errors in my system it is ok no errors found. But when I run my AVG anti virus they cannot run and my task manger are disable
Please help me to solve my problem
If you have a suggestion please till me or post mi a link
Slow booting up my pc
Base of the things you have shared is the possible thing i see would be the virus. Once i virus getting in with your system32 its starting to progress and touch some of the confidential files that might harm your PC.
Anyway while you are using your computer still you can manage to use like applications, can boot up till your desktop show?
The main problem is only booting and its slower to boot till on desktop or some applications? Best option for this try to back up your personal files from an external hard drive or a USB and fully reformat a fresh copy of OS.
This might be some issues that your computer running without a good antivirus and your PC is already in a stage of virus.
Virus can do multiple things like you have said disabling your task manager, unable to open applications and slow affecting your booting up to start due that virus is already in a system32 and damaging the files that make your booting in normal.
Slow booting up my pc
Your computer might be infected with a virus. It is the habit of viruses to disable the Task Manager and cripple the running antivirus. It is more likely that you have a weak antivirus since you have just been penetrated by a notorious one.
Since this is the current status of your computer the best remedy would be to format your hard drive. Because even if you removed the virus the system will not be as what it was before.
It is possible to bring back the Task Manager after removing the virus but we are not sure if what other components of Windows did the virus got disabled.
Here’s how you can enable back the Task Manager:
Click Run. Type gpedit.msc and then hit Enter.
Once in the Group Policy Editor, expand these parts one at a time:
Double click on Remove Task Manager to change its setting.
Select the Not Configured and then click OK.
The Task Manager is now back. But again, it is best to format your hard drive and replace the antivirus that you are currently using. Here are some of the best brands: