so slow

Mestl, Robert R RRMestl at
Mon Jan 4 16:59:09 EST 2010

I already use CCleaner on a regular basis.

Windows is always done loading when I try to start up...

Would a full uninstall, and reinstall, help reinstall the GTK files correctly?!


Robert Mestl
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-----Original Message-----
From: daniel.atallah at [mailto:daniel.atallah at] On Behalf Of Daniel Atallah
Sent: Monday, January 04, 2010 3:05 PM
To: Programmer In Training
Cc: Mestl, Robert R; support at
Subject: Re: so slow

On Mon, Jan 4, 2010 at 16:03, Programmer In Training
<pit at> wrote:
> On 1/4/2010 2:51 PM, Mestl, Robert R wrote:
>> Ok... here is the top portion of a debug file... from the moment the
>> .bat file starts to wpurple starting, it takes 19 seconds (14:43:38 -
>> 12:43:57).   What do I need to do to reset the missing registry
>> keys/files?  I currently have v2.6.4 running. thx
> Reinnstall the missing software or reinstall Pidgin. Personally I'd use
> a registry cleaner (Piriform has a program that has a good one that I
> trust) to clean out any bad entries, then do the reinstall of the
> missing software and/or Pidgin.

That's not the problem and isn't going to help.


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