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Win 7 very slow performance after rebuilding the bcd(Urgent)

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Win 7 very slow performance after rebuilding the bcd(Urgent)

Postby spidey88 » Tue Feb 08, 2011 3:05 pm

Hi all..My problem is that currently my windows 7 Professional performance was very slow..It happens after I rebuild the bcd because previously I was unable to boot into windows because of the winload.exe error 0x00000428 (digital signature issue)..And then I try to google it and found several solutions which are :
1. go into cmd using the win 7 DVD and type (bcdboot c:\windows/s c:)
2. go into cmd using the win 7 DVD and rebuild the bcd
"bcdedit /export C:\BCD_Backup"
"c:"
"cd boot"
"attrib bcd -s -h -r"
"ren c:\boot\bcd bcd.old"
"bootrec /RebuildBcd"

and then after that I was able to boot to my windows 7 but then I found that my laptop performance was so slow comparing to previosuly (starting from the log on as well as after I have successfully log on to windows)..and also when I try to open the disk management there is no disk shown..Please help me out..Thanks alot
Below is the out put print screen from *stolen software reference*, Disk Management which might help you guys in solving my problems
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Re: Win 7 very slow performance after rebuilding the bcd(Urgent)

Postby JabbaPapa » Wed Feb 09, 2011 6:40 am

Sounds like a hard drive problem, of whichever nature.

First, check that the cables are all properly plugged in, and if you have any spare cable replace the one you're currently using.
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