Feb 03, 2013 Windows 7: Wifi takes long time to connect. Page 1 of 2: 1: 2 10 Jan 2012 Click on Change Adapter Settings. Right click on your wireless adapter, and go down to properties. reaching windows 7 symbol appears and i see the blue screen, it takes over 3 minutes before i see the form to type my password in. The same happens when i let my windows 7 change password takes a long time Jul 23, 2013 Everything is working fine except when a user changes hisher domain password from Windows 7 machine it takes a long time 5 minutes or more to successfully change the password but changing a users domain password from the DC (2012) works instantly. I hope I posted this in the right forum category. Thanks in advance.
Jul 31, 2014 Windows 7: Logging in takes FOREVER. basically it has to be a program or service on startup. since it happens on logon. like rich mention you can go to msconfigstartup and untick any service that is unnecessary probably services like updater. windows 7 change password takes a long time
Might be, but we've had class start like this before and usually changing the password takes less than 5 seconds. This issue in itself is not so serious, but it worries me because it's a change, and could point to a more serious problem with the server. Oct 07, 2014 This is how you can change the password you use to log in to your Windows 7 PC. You windows password id the password you use to login to your computer. Chang Jul 26, 2016 Windows 7. Booting up takes the 'standard' amount of time, and everything progresses normally until the splash screen which has 'Windows 7 Professional' written at the bottom. Normally the 'Windows 7 Professional screen' almost instantly brings up the appropriate user account and a password box; however on this particular troubled laptop there is windows 7 change password takes a long time May 06, 2011 Windows 7 login password field extremely slow to respond When the computer (Windows 7 Ultimate, 64 bit) boots to the password logon screen, I now have to repeatedly press a character to get a 'dot' to show up in the password field. A few times over the last few months, users have complained about extremely long password change wait times. I can't find anything about this anywhere. Is there a common cause for something like this? We're using Windows 7 and Windows XP on a Windows 2003 domain. Addenda: I have only one site with two domain controllers. I have tried this on another windows 7 machine with another user, and the first time, it worked just fine. After that, it did not allow the user to make another change. I have checked the following: make sure the user is not a part of the admin group made sure they are able to change their password Jan 13, 2013 OP Swiftie. The setup is a Windows 7 clients, mixture of 32 and 64bit SP1. Domain controller is Windows 2008 R2 SP1. Domain controller is hosted on a VPS, no local DC on site. There is a S2S vpn between the office to the VPS server with a good updown link between the two. PC's are joined to the domain and functioning,