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Ultimate very busy after booting up - how can I see whats going on

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Old 01-21-2007
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Ultimate very busy after booting up - how can I see whats going on
Been trying to figure this out. I am running Vista Ultimate RTM on my laptop
and have been trying to figure out why it takes 5 minutes for my wireless to
connect to the access point after the computer starts up.

I have narrowed it down to something in the startup process, it is still
really busy after showing the ctrl-alt-del screen. I can log in and
everything looks normal, but the wireless takes a while to connect and you
cant launch any administrative tools for a few minutes. On the other hand if
I leave it sit for 5 minutes at the ctrl-alt-del screen everything is ready
to go when i log in.

Will any of these new vista tools let me monitor what is actually going on
during this lag?
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Old 01-21-2007
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Re: Ultimate very busy after booting up - how can I see whats going on
Indexing, Superfetch, Readyboost etc all run on boot - Superfetch is the
most likely one as it loads up items in the background that it feels you
will use.

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"crisponions" <crisponions@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:4BF52B3B-77FE-4F90-8F11-38F17185AA63@microsoft.com...
> Been trying to figure this out. I am running Vista Ultimate RTM on my
> laptop
> and have been trying to figure out why it takes 5 minutes for my wireless
> to
> connect to the access point after the computer starts up.
>
> I have narrowed it down to something in the startup process, it is still
> really busy after showing the ctrl-alt-del screen. I can log in and
> everything looks normal, but the wireless takes a while to connect and you
> cant launch any administrative tools for a few minutes. On the other hand
> if
> I leave it sit for 5 minutes at the ctrl-alt-del screen everything is
> ready
> to go when i log in.
>
> Will any of these new vista tools let me monitor what is actually going on
> during this lag?


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