ok, I tried disconnecting the net, and nothing changed
I'm not sure how to check all my programs and stuff without being in
windows, but the thing is, after that welcome screen comes up, I do
anything, it won't take any commands at all, the screen is totally
blank, jaws won't even do anything, after it speaks the welcome
screen.

On 12/24/09, dark <d...@xgam.org> wrote:
> Hi.
>
> First, check what background programs are running at startup. Virus
> checkers, programs that auto update, and windows system updates themsleves
> can all be resource hogs, ---- especially at start if they all want to start
> at once.
>
> it was for this reason that I couldn't run Avg on my old desktop, because
> whenever it did a full system scan (which it insisted on doing at startup
> each day),k it slowed everything down ridiculously.
>
> The same thing used to happen when my university network decided to turn on
> windows update, and my computer tried to download a years worth of updates
> at startup without my knowing.
>
> i'd suggest disconnecting your net connection, then starting your system and
> looking at what's going on with it, ---- making certain unnecessary programs
> aren't running automatically.
>
> hth.
>
> Beware the grue!
>
> Dark.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "James Howard" <coldshadow...@gmail.com>
> To: <Gamers@audyssey.org>
> Sent: Friday, December 25, 2009 1:07 AM
> Subject: [Audyssey] OT: Need help ergently!
>
>
>> I'm sorry that this is off topic, and I hope no one takes offense, but
>> I need help, badly
>> Heres the problem. I left today, and shut down my system, things were
>> working fine then, however, when I came back, something went horribly
>> wrong, I turned on the system, and it booted up like normal. The
>> windows logon screen came up, but it took forever to do anything.
>> Here is the real puzzling part, the window went away, and the desktop
>> never loaded, however, if I push the power button on my PC, the logoff
>> screen shows up, and it shuts down like normal. I've tried rebooting,
>> I've tried to reboot even in safe mode, nothing works, it just keeps
>> doing the same thing. I've even tried unplugging it and plugging it
>> back in, although that really probably served no perpose.
>> As it stands, right now I'm still having this issue, and am at a loss
>> as to what to do. Any help would be appriciated, as all my stuff is on
>> that system, I am having to write this message from my laptop.
>>
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