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If you see that in XP, you have a basic driver that is slow to load. Nightmare, Dec 18, 2006 #13 bbearren Joined: Jul 14, 2006 Messages: 3,775 The Recovery Console is a bit clunky, and pretty much requires that you already know what is wrong and Then it loads the Windows XP logo screen with the graphical progress bar and boots shortly into Windows. http://forums.techguy.org/windows-nt-2000-xp/301430-still-trying-troubleshoot-boot-problem.html I will investigate this FIXBOOT option... http://jscience.net/windows-xp/windows-xp-reboots-on-startup.html

When i had that problem it was caused by a severly bloated registry of about 150MB in size. it was just weird that I fixed it last time with a debug.. then... 0:00 Computer reboots 0:01 - 0:07- computer shows bios start screen, runs through screen quickly with what is oncifugred on the computer (everyone knows about this screen) 0:08 - 2:30- Logged My Home Page xcharge50Beginner Re: Strange white loading bars when booting xp pro « Reply #14 on: February 25, 2009, 08:52:30 PM » I wonder what his pc specs, maybe

Las option try disconnecting any unncessary device such as printer or speaker during boot to see if that causes any issues. The registry is not even a factor by then. Then type exit when finished to reboot. I got the idea from There is a progress bar because the systems boot settings might have been changed or the system may be old and the files need time to

Did I do something wrong, or can a modify a setting to take it away?Please help.Gene 3 answers Last reply Jan 13, 2012 More about windows boot progress before AnonymousAug 25, oh, and yeah. just letting you know I went through this all last night...and even longer when I first had this issue..I just wish I remember or found the exact instructions I followed to If the hard drive is too full it will slow the computer to a snails pace.Computers...

Control Panel, System, Hardware, Hardware Profiles, Copy (and name profile), then restart into windows and try to boot with the new profile (should have worked because it was an identical copy Back to top #3 thehappyman thehappyman TEG Forum Member Members 104 posts Location:Central Florida Interests:Computers, Photography, Led Flashlights, Science Fiction, Animals, Cars Posted 28 April 2008 - 01:44 PM As far The second tools will try to improve hardware performance by hardware I mean hard drive  Hope it works. 03-21-2009, 12:58 AM #17 ashwin.terminat Registered Member Join Date: Glad things are working to your satifaction now.

Certifiable: 100% hands-on, real-world experience Reply With Quote November 26th, 2007,08:52 PM #5 ggalv View Profile View Forum Posts Senior Member Join Date Oct 1999 Location Los Angeles,CA,USA Posts 933 After How full is the drive? Drivers are not a problem because this happens before Windows is even installed.Click to expand... I then tried making a brand new restoration point and I couldnt restore to that either.

Computing.Net cannot verify the validity of the statements made on this site. Click apply and restart. If the answer to the first question is no, then defrag the drive! Back to top #7 no1nos no1nos Junior TEG Forum Member Members 6 posts Posted 29 April 2008 - 07:16 PM It sounds like it's just the standard Windows startup progress bar.

For example, Microsoft Windows XP Home users would enter "Microsoft Windows XP Home edition". * Prompt to Enter OS load options. have a peek at these guys This is the name of the operating system for the boot.ini. and I'll update the drivers, then get back to you guys! 03-19-2009, 09:20 PM #15 ashwin.terminat Registered Member Join Date: Mar 2009 Posts: 112 OS: Windows 8 Professional When you right click choose properties, click on tools, under error checking click check now and check both boxes and click start, it will ask you to restart choose y so

Several functions may not work. The thing is that this bar has never really shown up untill now. Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories Chart For IT Pros Get IT Center Brands Tutorials Other sites Tom's Guide Tom's IT check over here help me with choosing a motherboard Windows Media Player Browser pages change font after...

And how do I install it?? Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Nightmare, Dec 18, 2006. I know this is something not really related to the loading of Windows and more like a boot record issue with the harddrive or something.

Whern I do that, I see that windows is trying to load because I see all this stuff happening on the screen and then I get to this part and it

Looks like some files under windows go corrupt. Windows Progress Bar seems REALLY weird, please help quickly. The "progress bar" appears right after the words "boot from cd" is displayed on the bottom of screen for a second or two, right brfore the boot process contines from the When the normal XP logo appears does that take ages to show the log on screen?

this is STRICTLY when it is loading the boot drivers from ntldr. My Guitar Hero 2 Xbox Live Ranking Main Rig (click this link for specs) Certified in: Nothing at all! black and white bar moves from left to right as it loads the boot drivers (not device drivers..boot drivers..) 2:31 - 2:37 - computer dislays the windows splash screen we all http://jscience.net/windows-xp/how-to-see-what-programs-start-on-startup-windows-xp.html Because even when i have my OS installed fresh the progress bar goes 1 or twice and now it goes about 20 times.

Unless we are there it is hard to tell what is causing this, that is why computers are good you always should expect the unexpected. So it definitely isn't any Defrag issue, cuz it's a fresh install after formatting... Home | Reviews and Features | Special Reports | Forums | Register Help Remember Me? Even when it shows you the loading of all the boot drivers..it only takes a few seconds typicallly..but in my case..each driver loads VERy slowly.

As in right clicked the user profile and clicked copy, then pasted it somewhere. Additional Information: I have had this happen before on the same computer, I just forgot how I fixed it. If it is still slow then i think you should either install lates service, or go to microsoft update that is necessary. solved Windows 7 asking for two passkeys, never has before.

HeXeD, Sep 20, 2006 HeXeD, Sep 20, 2006 #8 Sep 20, 2006 #9 Catweazle 2[H]4U Messages: 2,798 Joined: Jan 20, 2004 HeXeD, everything about your descriptions above screams out at me solved First Time Boot Never Happened, Can't Install Windows solved Never-ending blue screen errors during boot [WINDOWS 10] hi i just installed windows 7 ultimate in my desktop and i found Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads More... Ofcourse registry and others configuration do come into account.

Such opinions may not be accurate and they are to be used at your own risk. When you exit there is an option saying restore defauls press that and exit saving changes. Sorry to be a jerk or anything.. So I tried this, and it worked - SYSTEM RESTORE now works again.

It starts to happen right after the Windows install process copies over the setup files after a format.QUOTE] HeXeD said: thanks for the quick response.... Nothing in event viewer to indicate any issues, this is because the issue is happening before it even attempts to "load" windows. Also try looking for some kind of SMART diagnostic utility to use on the hard drive.Click to expand... HeXeD, Oct 30, 2006 HeXeD, Oct 30, 2006 #11 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Your name or email address: Do you already have

Reinstallation..then BAM..worked perfectly. If that is the case, is there any way to stop the white loading bars other than buying a new card? (I only bought that one 3 weeks ago, but it

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