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Yes its 20 min+ wait over a black screen before the login.   hazee, Check out these links.  The Mup.Sys appears to be related to Agp440.sys Video Driver. I have tried the following;   Disabling all the startup programs and useless services from msconfig. Moreover you can press F8 after the BIOS POST screen and before Windows starts loading to call the boot menu. The main problem is that now launching and running applications is slow. have a peek here

My Rig:Biostar TA790GXE 128M4GB of RAMAMD Phenom II x4 955 (black edition)WD Green 500gb hard drive512mb Nvidia 9800GTUltra LS 600W Power Supply 49 answers Last reply Feb 14, 2012 More about Has anyone else experienced this? You want to be at absolute bare-bones. I think they found the problem to be DNS related.  The PC(s) had an old (non existent) DNS server as the Primary.  Once they removed it the PC(s) booted faster.   http://www.howtogeek.com/forum/topic/windows-xp-home-slow-boot-up-and-slow-applications

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solved Windows 8 reformatting ("resetting") taking forever. I did a chkdsk and everything was positive. fyi.. Windows Xp Very Slow To Load See HERE > Are you using any network drives or network printers?

In safe mode boot it stucks on \System32\Drivers\Mup.Sys for 20 min+. Then, attempt to create a customized Windows XP Home CD with SP3, IE8, DirectX (if possible), all the up-to-date patches/updates/fixes; all integrated together on a bootable CD using nLite. I assume you have run Malware and virus sweepers and know you are clean as well. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/247673-45-windows-taking-forever-start Hence a reinstall is always required in that case, although it can be a 're-install in place' if you have the right CD.

These things get in the system and eat the system resources, leaving you little resources to run the actual computer.You used malware bytes, got rid of the crap, the system worked Windows Xp Slow Startup Black Screen After finally getting to the desktop everything appears to being working. Speed Up Windows on What Should be a Fast PC Video How to Block Ads in Windows 10