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Are you the OP that started this posting? Re-installing OS is costly in my situation. hth Marcin Monday, August 23, 2010 3:07 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Hi Marcin, Using the script to assign these IP configuration settings is from somewhere time is that any chace to print the script in the backend? have a peek at this web-site

If you're having a computer problem, ask on our forum for advice. Only problem is that I have already disabled those two GPOs which will launch startup scripts from this computer. I am running XP SP3. you may want to have 2 OU's - one for machines with cached logon and other machines that are always connected on the network. 0 LVL 53 Overall: Level 53

The network registry GUID key ({4D36E972-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}) is gone through (it contains a sub entry for each network device) looking for anything that is a 'Wireless Network Connection', if it is, the Computer Freezes / Wont Beep @ Startup etc Keyboard freezes every startup from cold.. Just click the sign up button to choose a username and then you can ask your own questions on the forum. Networking Forums > Computer Networking > Windows Networking > Workstation Hang on running startup scripts Thread Tools Display Modes Workstation Hang on running startup scripts John Neeson Guest Posts:

If they are running scripts when you login to the network, they are likely pushing out updates or otherwise updating/controlling your configuration, so they should be able to tell you what c3h8Oct 10, 2013, 3:52 PM Graphics, checking the safemode boot order to confirm, windows list the drivers after they have been successfully loaded, the next one in line is the bad It will keep doing so until it succeeds > which may be never if your system or user account is afflicted. > > The script may have already run on the DBarberOct 10, 2013, 3:32 PM Haven't tried safe mode, as my boss has a bootable cd she has been asking me to use...

Ad Choices Windows XP stop startup scripts hang From richud.com Jump to: navigation, search If Windows XP is on a domain and asyncronous policy refresh is disabled (ala Win2000) Winxp will Argh. since its not happening to my friends who are in the same >> > network. >> > but >> > still am not able to figure out what the script is https://groups.google.com/d/topic/microsoft.public.windowsxp.general/juXCT1MrBG4 If this works better you could always copy your favorites, and documents to the local profile as well. 0 Featured Post How to run any project with ease Promoted by Quip,

Start over is the for sure way to relieve the problem. > >> > >> Some could look at the script(s) and run them one at a time, watch it > Join our community for more solutions or to ask questions. The machine is on it's own isolated network apart from anything and everything else. Once a machine has a valid address on a specific subnet what is being accomplished by changing the ip address?

is it > posible to find about the specific script. after the computer is restarted) in the security context of the System account - and if so, are you seeing the same performance issues? Static issues now and may also try setting the max wait time to 60 secs. so that > i can ask admin team, " Hay boss this s script screwing my machine" > > > > "Jose" wrote: > > > OS install is the least

I think I would like to try setting ALL network settings back to default to see if clearing out a lot of rubbish helps. http://supportcanonprinter.com/windows-xp/windows-xp-startup-repair-command.html so that i can ask admin team, " Hay boss this s script screwing my machine" "Jose" wrote: > > OS install is the least amount of trouble - sometimes. > My laptop takes a long time to get thru "Preparing network connections.." and even longer to get thru "Running startup scripts.." Total about 5-10 minutes to boot up. No one still hasn't answered my question "Is there any way how I could find out what the computer is actually doing during this phase ("Running startup scripts...")of startup?" Does anyone

And it may well happen again. Maybe you have a similar >> > issue so >> > use computer management to connect to the machine & stop the serices. >> > >> > -- >> > SPAMCOP Setting IP to a > static setting or DHCP makes no difference. Source And a lot of people are having the same problem.

is their any way to fix this problem from my > side. Both same issue. Is there any way how I could find out what the computer is actually doing during this phase of startup.

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  1. You'll need to change it so that machines that are not hooked on the network do NOT run the Go to Solution 2 2 3 Participants Will Szymkowski(2 comments) LVL 53
  2. We then worked back from there.
  3. if no other way i >> > ll go >> > for it anyway.
  4. Put >> a little painful in there too. >> >> After some amount of time, someone will just say: this is taking too >> long to figure this out, I don't
  5. any > > solution?
  6. There is same startup scripts affecting to this computer as the others on same site.
  7. Put > >> a little painful in there too. > >> > >> After some amount of time, someone will just say: this is taking too > >> long to figure

DBarberOct 10, 2013, 5:51 PM Actually, it's funny that you mention HBCD. I > am running XP. so i hope its not problem with my > >> > userid, > >> > even i logged from different machine. Google and Microsoft searches have yielded nothing more than a Windows 2000 fix in the form of modifying a GPO (which I don't have access to on the domain).

Could even be your firewall blocking something >> >> >> >> If the script is a batch file then the admins can rem out the lines to >> >> narrow it Do you have "Always wait for the network" (as a GPO) enabled? but still im not sure how i solved it, i just enabled show startup scripts visible from gpedit -> comp. have a peek here Maybe you have a similar issue so > > use computer management to connect to the machine & stop the serices. > > > > -- > > SPAMCOP User >

you asked me >> > to >> > login from different machine rite. Also that won't be as easy as it sounds. Log in to your Windows XP machine with an account that has administrative privileges. if i login after un-plugging network cable its not hanging by running any startup scripts "vino" wrote: > hi SPAMCOP, > > am not aware about that script exactly. > but

This laptop has been used on dozens > of networks both wired and wireless. I am running XP SP3. "Preparing network connections..." looks to me like there was a problem with the network driver. Another script creates Scheduled Task. UNC paths are not supported.

Maybe you have a >> >> >> > similar >> >> >> > issue so >> >> >> > use computer management to connect to the machine & stop the >> I haven't found any reason for this slow logon. Hello and welcome to PC Review. Stay logged in Welcome to PC Review!