Comuter still grinds to a Start

  birdface 14:57 24 Jan 2012
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Since I got this computer it has always had a poor start problem on occasions and it has been getting worse just recently.

It took me over 5 minutes just to get into Event viewer administrative events.

I usually stay away from event viewer but just wondered if any of those 2 things may be the problem.

I know when I reboot it will probably start Ok until the next time

The following Boot Start or system Start driver(s) failed to load.

[ Name] Service Control Manager [ Guid] {555908d1-a6d7-4695-8e1e-26931d2012f4} [ EventSourceName] Service Control Manager

  • EventID 7026

    [ Qualifiers] 49152

    Version 0

    Level 2

    Task 0

    Opcode 0

    Keywords 0x8080000000000000

  • TimeCreated

    [ SystemTime] 2012-01-24T09:00:00.158627100Z

    EventRecordID 93350

    Correlation

  • Execution

    [ ProcessID] 624 [ ThreadID] 628

    Channel System

    Computer roy-PC

    Security

    • EventData

    param1 cdrom

2nd problem.

WLAN Auto Config Service has successfully stopped.

  • Provider

    [ Name] Microsoft-Windows-WLAN-AutoConfig [ Guid] {9580D7DD-0379-4658-9870-D5BE7D52D6DE}

    EventID 4001

    Version 0

    Level 3

    Task 0

    Opcode 2

    Keywords 0x4000000000000000

    • TimeCreated

    [ SystemTime] 2012-01-24T01:01:07.687075200Z

    EventRecordID 93278

    Correlation

    • Execution

    [ ProcessID] 456 [ ThreadID] 4188

    Channel System

    Computer roy-PC

    • Security

    [ UserID] S-1-5-18

    EventData

  birdface 15:00 24 Jan 2012

Computer with a P.

  birdface 15:17 24 Jan 2012
Answer

Ok rebooted and the first problem has gone.

So just the WLAN one which I suppose is harmless.

Looks like I will have to wait till the next slow boot up to see if the first problem comes back again.

  compumac 15:59 24 Jan 2012

comuter - Grinds to a start - I thought you were on about train times

  rdave13 16:18 24 Jan 2012

It looks as if a driver is trying to load but can't find the hardware. Anything in device manager under 'show hidden devices' with exclamation marks you could just disable for now. See if that might help. Have a look here.

  birdface 20:01 24 Jan 2012

compumac.

Yes must have been thinking of the 6-5 special if you can remember that far back.

  birdface 20:07 24 Jan 2012

rdave13

Thanks for the Click here. had a quick look and will try it a bit later when I have a bit of time,

Sorry about the delay in getting back to you but renewing the doors and drawers in the kitchen.Banged my head against the doors a few times and hit my thumb with the hammer which is turning into a nice black and blue colour.

  Terry Brown 20:34 24 Jan 2012

The system seems to be searching for a Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN), which it cannot find, and this is causing the delay.

Either you have a WLAN on your system , but it is not correctly set up, or the LAN settings have been changed (Different modem?), and the BIOS has not been updated.

Without knowing more about your system, it could be trying to start the WLAN at regular intervals causing a 'Roadblock' on your system bus.

Have a look at the Network to check your settings.

Terry

  birdface 21:13 24 Jan 2012

Terry Brown

Not that sure about WLAN all I know is that I have it on Services and it is running.

But getting the impression that it may be switching off at start up on occasions.

I have had the same modem for years but just started using the Wireless connection a few months ago.

It has had this problem since new probably about 2 years ago.Just trying to figure out what the problem was.

This was one of the critical ones that I had today but all double dutch to me.

  • Provider

    [ Name] Microsoft-Windows-Diagnostics-Performance [ Guid] {CFC18EC0-96B1-4EBA-961B-622CAEE05B0A}

    EventID 100

    Version 2

    Level 1

    Task 4002

    Opcode 34

    Keywords 0x8000000000010000

    • TimeCreated

    [ SystemTime] 2012-01-24T15:38:35.923162200Z

    EventRecordID 1396

    • Correlation

    [ ActivityID] {03CC6C48-F800-0001-C6E8-4EC0ADDACC01}

    • Execution

    [ ProcessID] 1388 [ ThreadID] 1404

    Channel Microsoft-Windows-Diagnostics-Performance/Operational

    Computer roy-PC

    • Security

    [ UserID]

    • EventData

    BootTsVersion 2 BootStartTime 2012-01-24T15:35:07.749600500Z BootEndTime 2012-01-24T15:38:34.784360200Z SystemBootInstance 611 UserBootInstance 517 BootTime 202276 MainPathBootTime 98676 BootKernelInitTime 19 BootDriverInitTime 3279 BootDevicesInitTime 5151 BootPrefetchInitTime 0 BootPrefetchBytes 0 BootAutoChkTime 0 BootSmssInitTime 23501 BootCriticalServicesInitTime 7085 BootUserProfileProcessingTime 5342 BootMachineProfileProcessingTime 1 BootExplorerInitTime 32676 BootNumStartupApps 4 BootPostBootTime 103600 BootIsRebootAfterInstall false BootRootCauseStepImprovementBits 0 BootRootCauseGradualImprovementBits 0 BootRootCauseStepDegradationBits 0 BootRootCauseGradualDegradationBits 0 BootIsDegradation false BootIsStepDegradation false BootIsGradualDegradation false BootImprovementDelta 0 BootDegradationDelta 0 BootIsRootCauseIdentified false OSLoaderDuration 3179 BootPNPInitStartTimeMS 19 BootPNPInitDuration 5171 OtherKernelInitDuration 6191 SystemPNPInitStartTimeMS 11029 SystemPNPInitDuration 3259 SessionInitStartTimeMS 14622 Session0InitDuration 15231 Session1InitDuration 320 SessionInitOtherDuration 7948 WinLogonStartTimeMS 38123 OtherLogonInitActivityDuration 22533 UserLogonWaitDuration 2789

Not sure if you can see any problems in that but it is beyond me.

Log Name: Microsoft-Windows-Diagnostics-Performance/Operational Source: Microsoft-Windows-Diagnostics-Performance Date: 24/01/2012 15:38:35 Event ID: 100 Task Category: Boot Performance Monitoring Level: Critical Keywords: Event Log User: LOCAL SERVICE Computer: roy-PC Description: Windows has started up: Boot Duration : 202276ms IsDegradation : false Incident Time (UTC) : ?2012?-?01?-?24T15:35:07.749600500Z Event Xml:

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Never been able to find a Bios update for it but will search again when I have a bit of time.

  birdface 09:10 25 Jan 2012

rdave13

Tried your click here and was going through Device manager and noticed a problem with the CD-Rom so tried updating the driver and it had the latest so deleted it and waited for a reboot to bring it back.

Then figured it out that it was your click here that disabled it as it should have done and I removed it.

So if and when I get the slow start up again I will run your fix it again.

Terry Brown

Had a look at the wireless connection it is a Realtek RTL8191SO Wireless Lan.11n USB 2 network Adapter and seems to be the latest update.

As for Bios updates I cant find one.Tried the Medion site and there was none listed for my computer so tried AMI and downloaded their update file but nothing found for my Bios,It did say only for most recent ones ,So may have to go back and have another look.

I already restored computer back to Factory settings about 6 months ago because of this problem,But it came back.

Probably something simple it is as though it does not connect properly at times when you press the start button.

  Terry Brown 11:04 25 Jan 2012

Have you checked the temperatures while running, best tool for this is either BELARC or SIW.

If the PSU is about 40 degree centigrade, you are running hot and this will slow the system down.

Terry

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