Windows 2000 Professional Running Slow
solved Newly Built PC running games extremely slow PC Running Extremely Slow Games running EXTREMELY Slow Installed new Graphics Card, now my computer is running extremely slow solved New PSU - Check IBM's web site for possible Win2K conflicts with some of the pre-installed software. 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - Windows 2000 running slow by sysadmin · 16 years ago In reply is this normal? | Flash videos play really choppy » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Download Thread Search this Thread Advanced Search Posting Rules You may not post new threads You Recent new variants of the old Netsky code are on the loose, however, and that could have been the problem (which is why I suggested the smitfraud software - it cleans have a peek here
When you have everything in order, I would completely overwrite the drive in questiuon and see what you come up with. We run CA's eTrust antivirus. Try to unload as much application that you don't need at start up. 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - Windows 2000 running slow by sysadmin · 16 years ago In reply to Book your tickets now and visit Synology. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/228844-46-windows-2000-running-extremely-slow
File Server Slow Response
Dear Mr. Somehow out of the blue, that primary partition got destroyed. by R.
Is this a work computer? I am also running high speed internet through cable modem. And don't for get to press the apply button! Windows 7 Slow Opening Files Over Network When booting windows 2000 you get to a black screen where there is a task bar across the bottom that shows windows starting up.
There are no rogue processes hogging resources. Windows Server 2012 Slow File Access Besides, the problem doesn't appear to be specific to a particular hard drive, partition or OS installation. PC running extremely slow! http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f8/windows-2000-pro-very-slow-68440.html There are some toxic combos of protection software where one trips over another and we see bad performances.Sorry that I had you work hard for the detail but I wanted to
Please advise ifanyone has any ideas. Slow Opening Excel Files Over Network As with any configuration change, it is highly recommended that customers have complete backups of computer systems and data files before attempting the following procedure, in order to facilitate recovery from I am leaning toward some kind of hardware failure since it doesn't appear to be software-related, but I am at a loss how to pinpoint it. (Is it possible for malware You may not have a firewall, but you really should.
Windows Server 2012 Slow File Access
Good luck to you. http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21086798 Proffitt Forum moderator / February 28, 2009 11:00 AM PST In reply to: Hijack This..... File Server Slow Response You click and it just sits there not responding. Windows Server 2003 Very Slow Performance by R.
Click OK. 3. http://whatcamcorder.net/windows-server/windows-2000-exam-questions.php Luckily, they are quite inexpensive and easy to swap out, and most stores even have a return policy, so if you didn't really need it you could return it. Well, I cant recall any changes ive made that would make a graphics anything suddenly go hay wire. These programs will start just fine whenever you decide to open them, so lets see if we can't stop them from starting up. File Server Slow Opening Files
I have had this load of windows 2000 on it for about 8 months I believe and within the last 2 weeks it has just gotten very slow it seems to Proffitt Forum moderator / March 1, 2009 10:30 AM PST In reply to: Thanks! It could provide important clues. Check This Out That means please don't needlessly bump your threads...the reason is that we look for 0 response threads first and when you bump your thread, a helper may think you are already
They have a free online scanner that is very good, as does Trend Micro, and it would be worth the time to scan the machine. Windows Server 2012 R2 Slow File Transfer A new 5400 RPM drive was obtained, I cloned the drive and the boot finished in 2 minutes flat with all the optimizing that I had done to date without effect.You Not sure what else I can take off from the rest of the loaded applications (as per black viper!).
Thanks in advance.
Please try again now or at a later time. That is the best chance at resolving this issue. My power button is ok. Opportunistic Locking Regardless of my background, my recommendations are not necessarily "right", and I understand that many people hold different views.
You can read about boot.ini at these (and many other ) pages... If anything, that's a testament to the quality of Win2000 Pro. It seems rather busy or understaffed here. http://whatcamcorder.net/windows-server/windows-2000-basic-questions.php by R.
I| am also running high speed internet through cable modem.| Help! It is used for connecting to netware servers/printers, etc. Go to www.executivesoftware.com Spend a little time and learn...... You click and it| just sits there not responding.
Anyone???? « kerbtray.exe shows workstations listed on a DC server.. Good luck with it! 10-31-2007, 08:08 PM #8 T24win2k Registered Member Join Date: Oct 2007 Posts: 6 OS: win2000 Dude, I understand why malware is suspect. Thanks for ANY help you will offer, Terry 10-31-2007, 09:39 AM #7 JustAnotherDude Registered Member Join Date: Oct 2007 Location: Massachusetts Posts: 23 OS: XP These kind Proffitt Forum moderator / February 28, 2009 9:55 PM PST In reply to: Very slow Windows 2000 installation (even after a reinstall!
I did not install the driver for multifunction KeyBoard (as I do not use those features). If by chance you live in a humid region, then it could be as simple as slightly oxidized metals in the switch, or in the connectors on the switch wire. I had norton the hog still installed for a long time. by R.
You installed SP4 and Firefox.No drivers at all. The other partitions on both those hard drives are readable and appear to be fine. And, rebooted. Now, what is the equivalent of Glucosamine for this hard drive?
The system still crawls!I ran the DMACHECK again.