Sloooooow Since 8.1 Upgrade
A network drive that was once connected is not present. Buy anything, AskWoody gets a small bounty. Now in the search box from the Control Panel window write the following: "Recovery" without the quotes. I noticed in the "installed updates" list that since February the Flash updates have no KB number in the title, as they did previously. If you click on one the KB http://elizabethandrew.org/windows-8/simple-i-hope-question-upgrade-win7-to-win8.html
Second step: If the above step did not solve your issues try freeing up some space on the "C:" partition where your Windows 8.1 is installed. hokiemasJan 7, 2014, 7:56 PM abec said: hokiemas said: I upgraded to 8.1 last night and my shutdowns were taking 5 minutes or more. Also, Windows 8.1 upgrades have been known to cause problems. You need to pay that; it's like expecting to get cable just because you own a TV.If it's something else, then you've probably fallen for a scam. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1847265/windows-slow-windows-update.html
Windows 8.1 Slow Performance
proof please JaynePMar 3, 2015, 5:04 PM vezikon said: I sloved it .. Now boots faster than ever it did with Win 7 or Win 8.Bill Ted LoganOct 31, 2013, 3:59 PM WilliamAT said: Followed the advice seen in another forum and uninstalled the Windows 8.1 update scans slow down for Flash updates? Computer Type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Dell 9000 OS Windows 8, 7 & Xubuntu 13.10 Quote 01 Nov 2014 #4 Nuccii View Profile View Forum Posts Senior Member Canada Posts :
Anyone else? Before cleaning, my laptop used to run slow, get heated a lot - and many times it shut down itself to prevent CPU damage. I've had situations where a failing hard drive cause these kinds of problems.Unfortunately, absent any data, we can only make completely wild guesses here. Windows 8.1 Update Slow Install This is on a 7+ year old Thinkpad (T61p) and all of the hardware works A-OK.
You can boot into safe mode with limited processes and services and then launch each of the application listed in Startup, one by one. Windows 8.1 Very Slow Start Import the registry file in registry editor to reduce the delays in various processes such as, mouse hover time, delay in showing menu, delay in ending tasks, and others. Look at Resource Monitor and see if you can find disk or CPU hogs slowing you down.I recently worked with a slow Windows machine that had a corrupt search index. https://www.registryrecycler.com/blog/2013/11/fix-slow-performance-issue-after-installing-windows-8-1/ Tutorial for fixing Windows 8.1 if it slowed down after the system restore process First step: Note: Before attempting this step please make a backup copy of all your important files,
- this happen after windows update last month.need to turn off bluetooth to fix this shutdown problem.wireless also mess up after windows update.
- If you boot your PC with the network cable disconnected, then the "This PC" will open instantly if you have this issue.
- If the behavior continues, then it would be something updated or the OS.
- software incompatibilities for example I have a blackberry z10 but I cant connect it to my laptop with windows 8.1 because it results in a bsod, and other hardware no longer
Windows 8.1 Very Slow Start
Al BedoNov 14, 2013, 7:18 PM vezikon said: I updated my windows 8 last night to 8.1 .. I did a clean install when i went from 8 to 8.1 and while it involved backing things up and reinstalling programs, it went off with zero issues. Windows 8.1 Slow Performance So the new codes in 8.1 stops that sequence and tell it to boot up from the 8.1 instead. Windows 8.1 Running Slow And Freezing Click Apply and then OK to save your changes.
JohnW on Booby-trapped Word documents in the wild exploit critical Microsoft 0day Noel Carboni on Win10 Creators Update now available – and you don’t want it anonymous on Booby-trapped Word documents So if your device didn't come with recovery disks make sure to create them yourself. hopefully it will work for you. i hate you Windows 8.1 My system was very slow too. Windows 8.1 Running Very Slow
I gather this is not typical for Windows 8.1... Move the mouse cursor over to the upper right side of the screen. jldevoyOct 21, 2013, 9:52 PM win8.1 also breaks the mouse support in a lot of games (minecraft) resulting in me planning to waste a day reinstalling 8.0 WilliamATOct 23, 2013, 7:32 check over here super slow.
To my surprise it worked- update speed went back to normal. I installed the rest of the June security patches on July 1, no problem. Windows 8 Slow Performance Fix Click “Repair All” to fix all issues. They just don't give a shit.I'm having the same five minute shut down time.
A search of "installed updates" for any of the recent Flash KB numbers brings up nothing, since the KB numbers aren't there.
my PC became very slow .. http://www.asus.com/support/FAQ/1008642/ In a worst case scenario your hard drive actually fails and no recovery or restore option on it will be available to you. I already tried running a sc...My laptop has 8 GB RAM core i5 6th Gen processor with 2 GB Nvidia GeForce 940MX graphics. Windows 8.1 Checking For Updates Stuck If anyone does find a working solution, please post details.
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Error code = 0x0 Time taken = 62 ms Test Performed: ------------------ Name: System boot log diagnosis Result: Completed successfully.