- - Download Recovery Console CD from this ticket and Unzip. Burn the .iso file using CD burning software (www.imgburn.com, is a freeware cd burner software. if you don't already have one)
- - Insert Recovery Console CD and Restart PC
- - When Dell Boot Logo Appears PRESS F12
- - Select CD-Drive, press enter
- - Once recovery console loads (may take 1-2 mins), Press "R" to launch into recovery console (Blue Windows screen, second option)
- - Select which drive has the windows installation, Probably just "1" for one hard-drive installed. press enter key ( Black Windows command prompt)
- - password should be blank, just press enter key
- - when you see "c:\windows\" type the following "cd system32\config" and press enter (Cursor does not flash at this point)
- - (optional) you can type "DIR" to see a list of the files within this directory if you like.
- - Type "Rename default defaultBACKUP" and press enter, this will change the "default" file to a "defaultBACKUP"
- - Type "exit" and press enter, this will restart the PC.
- - You may now remove the recovery console CD, and the Slow Bootup time should be resolved.
- - Once back in windows, Run the Registry Edit file that has been attached to this ticket to stop the issue from re-occuring in the future.
mercredi, janvier 30 2013
mercredi, janvier 30 2013. Geekeries !