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    Junior Member miqal is on a distinguished road
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    I have windows XP.and Quick Heal Internet Security.For some days Booting has become very slow. It takes almost 5 minutes for Quick Heal icon to appear and the computer to be ready. My Desk top is not cluttered.I have tried all Quick Heal Anti-Rootkit and Boot time scans also.But there is no improvement.I seek suggestions from knowledgeable members.

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    you may first disable those programs from boot list which are not frequently used. Also, increasing RAM will help.
    Alok Sinha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by miqal View Post
    I have windows XP.and Quick Heal Internet Security.For some days Booting has become very slow. It takes almost 5 minutes for Quick Heal icon to appear and the computer to be ready. My Desk top is not cluttered.I have tried all Quick Heal Anti-Rootkit and Boot time scans also.But there is no improvement.I seek suggestions from knowledgeable members.
    1 delete all .temp files
    2 update your anti virus software if it is not in auto update mode
    3 delete all programmes you dont frequently use
    increase ram and hard disk or reduce load on hard disk should have more than 40% free space

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