Windows 7 is slow at Boot time, LAN takes more time

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Windows Server 2008
Hi, My Windows 7 clients in a domain takes more time to boot. The LAN keeps loading at the boot time. If I try to do anything when the LAN gets loaded they system gets hanged. Regards, Prabu

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  • Subhendu Sen
    Check the Wind 7 client pc's hard disk, recently I faced the same probs while my Wind 7 was too slow to respond, when I tried to format and reinstall the same, can u believe me, it took almost whole day to complete the process. 1st I suspected some virus probs, after full check, when I was sure then I moved for format and reinstall..... after some R & D found that, the HDD has probs and responded too slow. May be another issue exists there, but u can check as I faced the same.
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    Hi,

     

    Thanks for writing. If it is a HDD problem, the win7 should be slow even at runtime. In my case, the system is slow only at boot time and it works perfectly in runtime.

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  • Kevin Beaver
    I've seen domain and share connectivity issues be the culprit in such situations. The best tool you can use for troubleshooting this is a network analyzer such as Wireshark, OmniPeek, or CommView connected to a span/mirror port on the same network segment as a test workstation and your domain controller. You can literally see, step by step, what's happening or not happening.
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