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Monday, September 12, 2011

Tech Help For Delay in Booting

Personal computer users often report to their technical support service providers that their PC is taking much longer time to boot. In addition of not enough random access memory (RAM) and low hard disk space, invalid registry is one prime reason for this frequently-met computer problem. One survey of visitors carried out by tech help experts in a popular computer forum reported that more than 90% of PCs has problems with invalid registry entries for which they sought tech help assistance.

You may be thinking what invalid registry is actually all about. You need not be an information technology engineer or a tech help expert to understand it. However for that, you need to have some basic idea about your Windows registry first. Your Windows registry is a vital connecting link to align your personal computer for general settings for Microsoft Windows 32-bit versions, Microsoft Windows 64-bit versions, and Windows Mobile. Whenever you install or uninstall any software or hardware program, their first source of contact with your Microsoft Windows is your Windows registry.

When you uninstall any computer program, you have not completely removed all the links of it from your system. You are still left with numerous file links and references in the Windows registry. These links and references remain because of cross network that has been formed with other software programs in your Windows. They point to files that no longer exist. Invalid registry records them as computer error. If you frequently install or uninstall software or hardware programs, after sometime there will be too many computer errors recorded. This will overstuff your Windows registry. As the space that connects your PC to the Microsoft Windows become more and more narrow, it makes Windows access to the system data more and more difficult and time-consuming. This delays the booting process.

To confirm that your booting process is indeed delayed because of invalid registry, you need to check the status of your current Windows registry. The first thing that tech help experts in information technology forums ask you to do is to run a good scanner that detects how many errors there are. Make sure that you run a good reliable scanner for this technical support. Today, many scanners artificially increase computer errors to make you purchase their solutions for this computer problem. If it does show more than125+ errors, then perhaps your PC has slowed down due to invalid entries.

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