Jul 21, 2010

Make Windows XP Shut Down Faster

One of the biggest annoyances in Windows XP is waiting for what seems an eternity while it shuts down, so we have a couple of registry tweaks to help force Windows to shut down more quickly.
Usually what is happening is one or more applications is hanging up to 20 seconds (in the Registry all values are set to milliseconds) while the OS tries to shutdown. Before making any changes to the Registry it is highly advisable to create a backup.

The first thing we need to do is access the Registry by going to Start \ Run and type in “regedit” (no quotes) then click OK.

Now with the Registry Editor open the first change we want to make is under HKEY_CURRENT_USER \ Control Panel \ Desktop scroll down to HungAppTimeout and change the default 5000 to 1000 then click OK.



Then scroll down to WaitToKillAppTimeout from 20000 to 1000 then click OK. Keep the Registry Editor open as we have 3 more values to change in two different sections. 




Next we are going to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ System \ CurrentControlSet \ Control and double click on WaitToKillServiceTimeout to 1000 then click OK.






Finally, we need to navigate to HKEY_USERS \ DEFAULT \ Control Panel \ Desktop and change HungAppTimeout to 1000 and click OK.








Then scroll down to WaitToKillAppTimeout to 1000 and click OK.






While I am showing much lower timeout times in this post you might want to start with say 20000 to 10000 as some programs may be performing cleanup maintenance. No matter what you change the values to, make sure they are uniform throughout each setting.


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My System Won’t Stop Restarting (Looping on System Failure) WINDOWS 7


Windows 7: My System Won’t Stop Restarting (Looping on System Failure)

If you a bad driver installed on your system and have Windows 7 set to automatically restart upon system failure, your computer can become stuck in a loop of restarting. You can easily get out of this loop and work on fixing your system’s error.

1. Once the computer begns it’s next restart, press F8 on your keyboard repeatedly until the Advanced Boot Options screen appears. If the Windows startup logo shows up, then you will need to start over because you missed the opportunity.

2. Using the arrow keys on your keyboard, select Disable automatic restart on system failure and press Enter on your keyboard.



















 If you have done the right step, INSYAALLAH Wndows 7 will start up and not automatically restart, allowing you to troubleshoot the error and hopefully fix your system’s problem.


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Create a Bootable System Repair Disc [Windows 7]

By creating a repair disc, you have a useful tool that can be used to boot your computer when disaster strikes. It contains system recovery tools to help recover from serious errors or restore your PC from a system image.

1. Open the Control Panel.

2. Under System and Security, select Back up your computer.

3. On the left side, select Create a system repair disc.




















4. Select the desired drive from the dropdown.

5. Insert a blank DVD into the assigned drive.

6. Click the Create disc button.



















Label your DVD and store it in a safe place so that you have quick access to it when you run into problems.


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