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Re: Vista -deleting, moving and copying files

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Old 07-01-2007
Marian Pudek
 

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Re: Vista -deleting, moving and copying files

"Marian Pudek" <henmar@shaw.ca> wrote in message news:...
Hi Paul,

Interesting approach. I never ventured there before but I think if I knew
what I was looking for that could help.
I looked in the Windows Logs: Applications, Security and System.

APPLICATIONS - Lots of Warnings eg. User Profile Service Event ID 1530
Registry being used nyother applications or services and as result may not
function properly
(20/13/07- (9:07pm)
There were similiar warnings here and there?
ATBROKER WARNINGS

SECURITY: audit failure (18/03/07) 5038 SYS Inter

SYSTEM: Warning from 25/04/07 till 02/05/07 CDROM ID Event 51

One thing I learned from this that there are lots more info in the WINDOW
LOGS than
I COULD ever imagine. But I still don't know how to use to resolve my
problem with the files.

Any advice Paul?

Marian

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> "Paul" <Paul@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:3FFC3C15-E6D4-4882-9A11-9451C1D528B3@microsoft.com...
>> Hmmm... The only other thing that I can recommend is to run the "event
>> viewer" as administrator and look at the application, security, system
>> under
>> the "Windows Logs". Look at the verious system messages, see if there is
>> anything in there that doesn't seem right.
>> ___________________________________
>>
>> "Marian Pudek" wrote:
>>
>>> Hi Paul,
>>> This suggested approach looked promissing but no cigar!
>>> The CPU %'s didn't look much different from each other
>>> usually very low percentages in all cases, none stoodout as
>>> hogging the processor, perhaps I don't know what I'm looking at.
>>> Thanks for the effort in trying to help me.
>>>
>>> Marian
>>> Ps. Finaly came around to follow up on your advice
>>> ---------------------------------
>>>
>>> "Paul" <Paul@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>>> news:B109F1DD-259E-432A-9CA1-3246FDA9E42D@microsoft.com...
>>> > Marian, try this:
>>> >
>>> > During this 30 second wait, press CTRL-ALT-Delete, the screen should
>>> > change,
>>> > then click on "start task magager", then click on the "Processes" tab.
>>> > Look
>>> > at the CPU column. This column tells you the % of processing power
>>> > each
>>> > process is taking. Look for a process that is hogging the processor.
>>> >
>>> > ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬
>>> >
>>> > "Marian Pudek" wrote:
>>> >
>>> >> I have problems with deleting, moving and copying files regardles of
>>> >> the
>>> >> type that iswhether graphic or text. I've to wait for about 30
>>> >> seconds
>>> >> before it is
>>> >> deleted. The same in Recycle Bin as well. I click on to delete file a
>>> >> text
>>> >> box drops down it says
>>> >> "calculating time remaing" and after about 20 to 30 seconds finaly
>>> >> being
>>> >> deleted.
>>> >> The file can be as small as few kb or a few MB'c.
>>> >> I've never seen anyting like that?
>>> >>
>>> >> Does anyone can provide advice how to deal with it?
>>> >> Or anyone had this kind of experience? Please help?
>>> >> In Windows Mail the deleting files is as one may expect - normal.
>>> >>
>>> >> I've MS Vista Home Premium since march. And I'm not at all happy with
>>> >> many
>>> >> of its features, too much FLUFF for nothing!
>>> >> I'm seriously thinking of going back to either Win XP or Apple.
>>> >>
>>> >> Thanks Marian
>>> >>
>>> >>
>>>
>>>

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