PC runs really slow on "Loading personal settings"

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    Graham_Comtek

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    Hi all,

    I have a problem with a Lenovo laptop whereas it is running extremely slow when booting into Windows, it seems to be taking it's time on the "loading personal settings" part of log on. I have been into MSCONFIG and i have disabled all start-up items and i have also disabled a number of services. This has had no effect. I also tried creating a new user profile to see if the profile was corrupt but that behaves in the same way?

    Any advice?

    Thanks

    Graham
     
    Graham_Comtek, Jan 18, 2008
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    Graham_Comtek

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    I've actually solved this problem. The problem was actaully that a start-up service that had been disabled needed to be enabled. It boots up fine now.


    Thanks

    Graham
     
    Graham_Comtek, Jan 18, 2008
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    Ian Administrator

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    That was a quick solution, I'm glad you solved this and your other problem :D (And even better that you reported it back to help others :)).
     
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    hah, i was about to suggest a generic upgrade. (MORE RAM PLEAZE!)

    well done
     
    Alf, Jan 19, 2008
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    Thinkvantage Access Connections is the culprit

    I too had slow logins with brand new Lenovo 3000s. I removed Thinkvantage Access Connections in add/remove programs, that cured it completely. It also solved a problem I was having on logout, a program called lpmanagerwindow refused to terminate gracefully.
     
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    Good Job!
     
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    Yes... yes... yes... which service?
     
    wakibaki, Feb 4, 2009
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