Windows 7 logo lag

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  1. Win7ftw

    Win7ftw New Member

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    Ok, so everytime I boot up my laptop the windows 7 logo is lagging (it already lagged the first time I bought my laptop)

    My laptop specs:

    Intelcore i5 2450M (2.5ghz)
    4gb ram
    amd radeon hd 6370m
    intel hd graphics 3000
     
  2. Edwin009

    Edwin009 Member

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    Hello,

    For the issue description, its really difficult to interpret the actual problem. Can you please explain it better (if possible in 3-4 lines) so that its easier to understand and provide solution.
    Thanks in advance.
     
  3. Win7ftw

    Win7ftw New Member

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    Here is a video with the same problem that I have:
     
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    Win7ftw New Member

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    Still need help
     
  5. Edwin009

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    Hello,

    Sorry for the delayed response. Video did help to understand the problem.
    So let try and isolate the issue.

    1: Turn off the computer.
    2: Turn it on again and start tapping the F8 key on the keyboard.
    3: Select Safe Mode and hit enter. Once the drivers finish loading, please observe whether the logo takes time to load.
    4: Once in safe mode, press Windows Key + R on the keyboard.
    5: Type MSCONFIG and click on OK.
    6: In system configuration utility, click on Start up tab.
    7: Click on Disable All at bottom right, click Apply and OK. Restart the computer and let it boot normally.
    Please check if this resolved the issue.
    8: If issue persists, turn off the computer once again.
    9: Disconnect everything including Ethernet, printer etc and reboot. Check if this fixed the issue.
    10: If issue persists, click on start.
    11: In start search type CMD. Right click on Command Prompt and click on Run as Administartor.
    12: In the command prompt, type: CHKDSK /F /R and hit enter. Press Y and hit enter.
    13: Restart the computer. This time the chkdsk would initiate. Can take up to 4 hours. So let it run.
    Please let us know if the issue still persists.
     

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