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Boston Ma
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Re: Already waiting for the automotive instrument cluster to boot
Boston Ma   2/26/2014 1:48:50 PM
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Before you do anything on your just booted up computer,  do a control+alternate+delete instruction and see how many programs have booted up. As long as you and Microsoft have instructed all there programs to startup ...

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Re: Already waiting for the automotive instrument cluster to boot
DrQuine   2/26/2014 1:59:41 PM
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I have no keyboard with which to see what software the autombile dashboard is loading. On my computer, CTL-ALT-DEL doesn't display loaded programs but the Task Manager does. While there may be no unexpected programs in the "Applications Tab", the "Processes" tab reflects a tremendous number of threads (most of which are system processes that I don't have control over) which seem to multiply even when all the applications are shut down. Periodic reboots seem to be necessary to flush them out and free up processor resources.

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