After about one minute running the system becomes very very slow. After
about another minute the system keeps running normally. I have also try
disable Ethernet controller and EWF but no result.
With such little info about the problem it is really hard to suggest anything.
Some general things:
- DHCP. Make sure DHCP server is accessible and experiencing no delays getting IP.
- Match Processor component in your image configuration as close as possible.
- Use BootVis tool from Microsoft to analyze your image boot performance.
- Use Microsoft Kernel Profiler to see what is going on in the system.
- Use Performance Tools for the same purpose. (after all you have Task Manager, Process Viewer from sysinternals.com, etc.)
- Use FileMon/RegMon tools from sysinternals.com to see if there is any unusual activities going on in the system.
- Start disabling services and Run/RunOnce applications to see if it improves the system work.
- Make sure there are no driver/service installation errors. Analyze FBAlog.txt and SetupApi.log files for that. Device Manager
would also be helpful to you here.
KM, BSquare Corp.
> After about one minute running the system becomes very very slow. After
> about another minute the system keeps running normally. I have also try
> disable Ethernet controller and EWF but no result.