Slow Boot - stalling from a network time out.

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  1. tommybb

    tommybb New Member

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    My laptop takes over 4minutes to boot. It stalls for 2minutes on the welcome screen. (No Harddrive activity)
    If I go into msconfig, turn all the services and startup's off. it doesn't help.
    Booting into safe mode takes 45 seconds.
    Booting into safe mode with networking takes 4minutes.

    But take a look at my boot log. You can see it stalling for 2minutes. So I am betting its like a DHCP timeout or something. I disconnected all the network drives but it didn't help.
     

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  2. TorrentG

    TorrentG Banned

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    Hey there. I've noticed your machine has experienced bsods. That's actually a good thing, as I can use the crash dumps to get your system in optimal shape.

    Please navigate to C:\Windows\Minidump

    Copy the files in there to any other folder, then zip them and attach the zip to a post.
     
  3. tommybb

    tommybb New Member

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    I don't have that folder. I have it set not to save dumps...
     
  4. tommybb

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    Anyone have any ideas?
     

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