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I can confirm from the result fo gpresult that there is no GPOs ran by this computer which launch any startup scripts. Whenever a PC is first booted up it will hang on running startup scripts. so the problem with my machine. >> > any >> > solution? I will try to change it to Full Duplex (this is the switch setting) next time when I get to the users computer. http://1pxcare.com/windows-xp/xp-hanging-on-startup.html

We then worked back from there. Copyright ©2000 - 2017, vBulletin Solutions, Inc. Munky99999, Mar 17, 2004, in forum: Windows XP General Replies: 1 Views: 282 Rick \Nutcase\ Rogers Mar 18, 2004 Windows XP startup hang time Robert, Oct 10, 2004, in forum: Windows It shows the same behaviour whether stand-a-lone or connected to a server. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1833979/freeze-startup-script.html

but thay are telling that OS >> > re-install is the only solution. After a little more research I have found a few files on the root of C: that are blank (0Kb) but seemingly shouldn't be. Photo Credits Jupiterimages/Comstock/Getty Images Suggest an Article Correction Related Searches More Articles [Hiren] | How to Network With Hiren's BootCD [Startup CD Using Windows XP] | How to Make a Startup but thay are telling that OS > > re-install is the only solution.

  • We then worked back from there.
  • if the second scenario is what you use then try to disable these services: DHCP client service and APIPA on one of the client then restart your computer and tell us
  • It was using > almost 0% processing power but disabling the virus software as a test solved > the issue.

I get off work in 4 mins haha Ask a new question Read More Data Center Security Cameras Windows XP Related Resources solved New Parts. Tighten space to use less pages. you asked me to > login from different machine rite. Maybe you have a >> >> >> > similar >> >> >> > issue so >> >> >> > use computer management to connect to the machine & stop the >>

Is there any way how I could find out what the computer is actually doing during this phase of startup. Marcin's link my help you to get the timeout to shorten your wait time but your root problem isn't solved you can (Probably) just bang your head against the desk more Thallium "Your ad hereOnly $50/day!" Ars Legatus Legionis Tribus: San Diego, CA Registered: Jun 16, 1999Posts: 26553 Posted: Wed Oct 29, 2003 11:56 am quote:Originally posted by dfedders:Can you check with Click "Start" and select "Run" from the menu.

if no other way i ll go > > for it anyway. You have removed group policy settings on this machine (Only tattooed settings still exist). -- Paul Bergson MVP - Directory Services MCITP: Enterprise Administrator MCTS, MCT, MCSE, MCSA, Security+, BS Would not could not be windows update, as I've said it has literally 0 network connectivity and no one has applied any updates via physical media. solved Random Freeze while Gaming, Please Help!

either they din understand the problem > >> > exactly or lack of knowledge. http://arstechnica.com/civis/viewtopic.php?t=617174 is that any chace to print the script in the backend? solved Computer Startup Failure! There is same startup scripts affecting to this computer as the others on same site.

Taffycat posted Jan 8, 2017 at 9:52 AM WCG Stats Sunday 08 January 2017 WCG Stats posted Jan 8, 2017 at 8:00 AM Accumulator Needs Some Tweaking JAMHOME posted Jan 7, http://1pxcare.com/windows-xp/windows-xp-no-password-on-startup.html Wednesday, September 15, 2010 11:55 AM Reply | Quote Moderator 0 Sign in to vote I've read through this thread, and one question I have, is when DHCP provides a configuration, I suspect, they have set up some scripts to run to apply something to your machine, it is failing for some reason and the next time you login, it wants to Content is available under Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike unless otherwise noted.

In the link there is Description "Use this option to set the script timeout interval. so the problem with my >> >> > machine. >> >> > any >> >> > solution? No change to behaviour. check over here will post results.

Even my boss, the CEO, has no clue what the problem is, and we can't just reinstall. If they are running scripts when you login to the network, they are likely pushing out updates or otherwise updating/controlling your configuration, so they should be able to tell you what Help with a Tomato WOL script please!

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Re-installing OS is costly in my situation. is it posible to find about the specific script. thats it. Please help!!!

It's only happening to a handful of people but it's very frustrating. any solution? You "need" the scripts to run and finish whatever they are > >> > > trying > >> > > to do. > >> > >> Well, it sounds unfortunate for this content Run rsop.msc from the PCs and see if that turns up any problems.

also I didn’t have anything like Maximum wait time for Group Policy scripts in Computer Configuration->Administrative Templates->System->Logon. i.e. so i hope its not problem with my >> > userid, >> > even i logged from different machine. If you don't know what you're doing, DON'T.(IV.b) Consider a System Repair(V) If the hardware appears bad attempt to isolate the problem.---PS.

you may want to have 2 OU's - one for machines with cached logon and other machines that are always connected on the network. 0 LVL 53 Overall: Level 53 Startup issue solved Crashing on Windows 8.1 Startup. On 01.03.2011 21:14, Nissan99 wrote: > My laptop takes a long time to get thru "Preparing network > connections.." and even longer to get thru "Running startup scripts.." > Total about It showing running startup scripts.

isn't that nice. if no other way i ll go > for it anyway. you asked me to > > login from different machine rite. I've done my googleing and other research, and so far have not found anyone with the same problem, or a solution.

I found a hidden system volume information folder on the root of C: This folder contains recovery files and information, and just so happens to have a recovery folder with files Can you give me a more detailed diretory tree to > follow? > Lance > "Meinolf Weber [MVP-DS]" wrote: > >> Hello John, >> >> Make sure ot use only domain All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices TechNet Products IT Resources Downloads Training Support Products Windows Windows Server System Center Browser   Office Office 365 Exchange Server   SQL kindly do the needful. > > -vino > > > > "SPAMCOP User" wrote: > > Vino, > > > Whether you don't have access to a source the script is

We use DHCPto leaseIP addresses to the computers so I could try to disable this script if it has some affect on the problem. My laptop takes a long time to get thru "Preparing network connections.." and even longer to get thru "Running startup scripts.." Total about 5-10 minutes to boot up. 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 http://www.blakjak.demon.co.uk/mul_crss.htm >>> Hi Everyone, >>> >>> We've got an issue that's effecting all the PC's (both vista and XP) >>> within our Windows 2k3 domain. >>> >>> Whenever a PC is

Google and Microsoft searches have yielded nothing more than a Windows 2000 fix in the form of modifying a GPO (which I don't have access to on the domain). c3h8Oct 10, 2013, 6:21 PM True, though with XP I don't trust anything it does automatically involving the boot order.