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    Last edited by Ryan-London; Dec. 23rd, 2011, 11:32.

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    Version 5 holding up XP load - refund

    version 5 is the culprit to my issues.

    Have used advanced system care for a few years until having frozen xp load screens, thinking it was just something else I formatted my hard-drive. The issue happened again having installed all my usual programs

    This time I freshly formatted my hard-drive a second time. Installed each program one by one whilst saving a system restore point. Eventually getting to install Advanced System Care V5 and then restarting to see the effect - XP once again hangs on wallpaper without icons, a few minutes later then decides to load. Made a system restore back one step prior to installing V5, and all is well again system at top speed. Will request refund having only just renewed and updated to v5


    • #3
      Hi Ryan-London!

      Did you perhaps run the deepcare function and fix all the high risk registry items? High risk means there is a high risk you will damage your system.

      Live long and prosper!


      • #4
        Last edited by Ryan-London; Dec. 23rd, 2011, 11:32.


        • #5
          Hi Ryan-London,

          In theory, ASC won't affect such problem, please kindly help us look into this issue.:smile:

          Please download the and extract it to get the DelayLoad.exe, then replace the original DelayLoad.exe in the installation folder of Advanced SystemCare 5

          Usual path: C:\Program Files\IObit\Advanced SystemCare 5 or C:\Program Files (x86)\IObit\Advanced SystemCare 5

          lastly, please check whether it is better and let us know the result.:wink:
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          • #6

            Just to let you know I tried this, but did not make any difference. But that may be because since then I found the issue was turbo-boost which I assume does not relate to delayload.exe

            For now I have turbo-boost off and all is well without it. See other thread with a few other guys having same issue, all on XP. Thanks