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PC taking Ages to Boot Up

Posted on 2010-11-30
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I purchased a new PC and plugged into my network. It took 1Hr to boot up and then after an hour it said that I was working with a temp profile. This is a new machine and should boot up faster.

Any Ideas :

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Try re-installing the OS. What OS are you using? Also, before starting, unplug all peripherals, networking,, make sure no CDROM in the drive.

And if without all those your PC boots OK, then, try to plug them in 1-by-1. Then you would know what cause the problem
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Problem is realted to the Server , DNS settings and not the local PC. Chnaged DNS settings on PC.
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Problem is realted to the Server , DNS settings and not the local PC. Chnaged DNS settings on PC.
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