Fix the booting problems in Windows® 7
What are the tips to resolve the booting problems in Windows 7 Operating system?
Windows 7 is the Operating System produced by Microsoft with several advanced features. Windows 7 comes with many versions like Windows 7 Professional Edition, Windows 7 Ultimate Editions, and Windows 7 Enterprise Editions etc. Windows 7 provide faster performance for your PC. Its taskbar provides bigger buttons and full-sized previews. Jump list is a special feature for the Windows 7 Operating system. It provides shortcuts to files, folders, and websites. Windows 7 provides better networking access, better Windows search etc. You may face some booting problems like boot hang or slow boot, and cannot boot issues etc. while working with Windows 7 operating system. These can be solve easily by following some simple tips.
Given below are some booting problems that occur in Windows 7 and tips to resolve those issues:
- Boot hang and slow boot
- Unable to boot
- Tips to fix problem
Boot hang and slow boot
You many face boot hang problems during the boot up of Windows 7 operating system. Hanging means booting cannot be processed after starting the boot process. Slow boot problem indicates that it takes a long time to complete the boot process; from starting till the end. Virus or malware infection is the main reason for the boot process hanging. If your PC contains many startup processes, you may face slow system boot up. Also limited RAM space could result in the slow boot process.
Unable to boot
Sometimes you cannot boot your Windows 7 Operating System. One of the main reasons for this could be spyware or malware infection. If your operating system file is corrupted, you may face this problem. Sometimes hardware problems like improperly connected hardware or damaged hard drive may results in Windows 7 booting problem as well.
Malware or spyware or virus infection can be removed by installing antispyware program/antimalware program/antivirus program. Detect the presence of malicious software in your system through the scanning process. By upgrading your computer system’s RAM, you can reduce the slow booting problem. You can delete unnecessary startup processes by opening 'System Configuration Utilities' and selecting the 'Startup' tab and ending the program which is not necessary for the Startup process. Before turning on your PC, you need to check the hardware connection and its status. You need to remove damaged hardware as well.