How to make your Slow/unbootable windows PC boot faster

Have you encountered any problem on your Windows Pc concerning slow booting or not even booting at all most times?

If yes, then you are in the right section for solution.

The cause of your unbootable system can be due to boot record failure, viral infection or even a hardware issue.

Well i know of most proverbs that states "Fight magic with magic" but here we won't apply that cause you can easily attack "magic" with an external force.

To cut the story short, you can repair your unbootable system with an antivirus but its not to easy for the dummies to follow, that is the more reason you are adviced to make use of the system file checker(SFC.exe).

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The system file checker(sfc.exe) is a command-line tool built into Windows that helps you repair corrupted system files. If you can't boot your PC, the guruswizard tech blog explains how to use it from the install disc.
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Normally you'd just open up an administrator mode command prompt, and then type in sfc /scannow to scan your system files, and either repair or replace anything that's broken—but when you're booting off an install DVD it's not quite as simple. Instead, you'll need to boot off the install disc, choose the "Repair your computer" option, choose your installation drive, open up a command prompt, and then type in this command:

sfc /scannow /offbootdir=d:\ /offwindir=d:\windows

You'll need to adjust the drive letter depending on where your system is installed—you'll probably notice that the drive letter is different during the repair process than normal, so make sure to pay attention on the screen where you choose the installation to repair.

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14 December 2013 at 17:41 delete

Mind you...
When unbootable error is experience-it isn't your C:/Window [system] that got a problem!
It's your Window bootloader! at sda partition-to repair,its better u boot of from a Windows liveCD
If it's a problem of slow booting--then deactivate some unimportant start-up app and process!
Finale!

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14 December 2013 at 20:28 delete

U're wise mr/mrs unknown, but the SFC helps to correct that error, But if i needed to explain from ur point of view, that is when the use of an avira or norton comes in, but it won't be that easy for the dummies to grab, so i still need to break that tutorial down in which am still working on. Anyway thanks for your sugesstion.

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17 December 2013 at 20:40 delete

Chiboy please my system boots normally but its very slow whenever I click on any thing. Please what do I do or what's the cause.

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17 December 2013 at 21:07 delete

you have not configured ur windows update for long, it need to be updated, kindly backup ur files and format it, then get a geninue windows and install on it.. Coz as far as it boots normal but slows whenever u click then windows congif is needed. Mind you most times it might be a viral infection.

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17 December 2013 at 21:39 delete

Chiboy please my system boots normally but its very slow whenever I click on any thing. Please what do I do or what's the cause.

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18 December 2013 at 06:47 delete

Thank you very much. Please which windows do you suggest I should use.

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18 December 2013 at 06:48 delete

Thank you very much. Please which windows do you suggest I should use.

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18 December 2013 at 08:22 delete

I suggest u should need a Windows 7 Ultimate, Then also get a Driver pack latest edition all in one to fix it up and get ur system activte. Then install an Avast antivirus latest V 8, and input the free 38yrs activation liscence code, to get ur pC secured in the next 38yrs to come

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18 December 2013 at 08:25 delete

Get the code Here.

If you get any problem then reply back, am always here to help..

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18 December 2013 at 13:28 delete

Thank you. Please Chiboy I tried installing window7 on my desktop before now but it did not work, then a friend of mine told me it won't work on desktop so i didnt bother about buying another window7 disk. Please i want to know if it has any criteria. Criteria like: RAM size, type of pc, company of pc and size of hard disk. Mine includes: 512mb, desktop, omatek, and 40gb respectively.

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18 December 2013 at 13:29 delete

Thank you. Please Chiboy I tried installing window7 on my desktop before now but it did not work, then a friend of mine told me it won't work on desktop so i didnt bother about buying another window7 disk. Please i want to know if it has any criteria. Criteria like: RAM size, type of pc, company of pc and size of hard disk. Mine includes: 512mb, desktop, omatek, and 40gb respectively.

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18 December 2013 at 13:48 delete

If your Ram is 512MB, then it should be a mini laptop.. I advice you to install Windows 7 starter instead of ultimate...

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18 December 2013 at 14:25 delete

Thanks Chiboy. But I do use desktop not laptop. Should I still buy window7 starter?

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18 December 2013 at 14:26 delete

Thanks Chiboy. But I do use desktop not laptop. Should I still buy window7 starter?

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18 December 2013 at 15:17 delete

Thanks Chiboy. But I do use desktop not laptop. Should I still buy window7 starter?

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18 December 2013 at 15:43 delete

Thanks Chiboy. But I do use desktop not laptop. Should I still buy window7 starter?

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15 March 2014 at 19:19 delete

Thanks man for this helpful tutorial.

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