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Just now, toe_head2001 said:

What else can you tell us?

Hardware specs?

Anti-virus program?

What other programs/services running?

Anti-virus: AVG
PC: Lenovo T60
Processor: Genuine Intel T2400 1.83GHz
3GB RAM
Services:

  1. wuauserv
  2. WSearch
  3. wscsvc
  4. WMPNetworkSvc
  5. Wlansvc
  6. Winmgmt
  7. WdiServiceHost
  8. UxSms
  9. upnphost
  10. TrkWks
  11. Themes
  12. SysMain
  13. StiSvc
  14. SSDPRSRV
  15. sppuinotify
  16. sppsvc
  17. Spooler
  18. ShellHWDetection
  19. SEVPNCLIENT
  20. SENS
  21. Schedule
  22. SamSs
  23. RpcSs
  24. RpsEptMapper
  25. ProfSvc
  26. Power
  27. PlugPlay
  28. PcaSvc
  29. osppsvc
  30. nsi
  31. NlaSvc
  32. netprofm
  33. Netman
  34. MpsSvc
  35. MMCSS
  36. Imhosts
  37. LanmanWorksta...
  38. LanmanServer
  39. KeyIso
  40. Irmon
  41. iphlpsvc
  42. IKEEXT
  43. gpsvc
  44. FontCache
  45. FDResPub
  46. EventSystem
  47. eventlog
  48. EapHost
  49. DPS
  50. Dnscache
  51. DiagTrack
  52. Shcp
  53. DcomLaunch
  54. CscService
  55. CrypSvc
  56. bthserv
  57. Browser
  58. BFE
  59. avgbIDSAgent
  60. AVG Antivirus
  61. Audiosrv
  62. AudioEndpointB
  63. Appinfo

Processes:

  1. AVGUI.exe
  2. avguix.exe
  3. csrss.exe
  4. Discord.exe
  5. Discord.exe
  6. dwm.exe
  7. explorer.exe
  8. firefox.exe
  9. hkcmd.exe
  10. igfxpers.exe
  11. igfxsrvc.exe
  12. PaintDotNet.exe
  13. SynTPEng.exe
  14. SynTPHelper.exe
  15. SynTPLpr.exe
  16. taskeng.exe
  17. taskhost.exe
  18. taskmgr.exe
  19. TMAC.exe
  20. winlogon.exe
Edited by GrafasLT
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Oh, geez. I should have specified third-party (non-Windows) services. :/

Does the issue persist when running paint.net in Windows Safe Mode? This will allow us to rule out third-party software interfering.

 

You're using a 12 year old laptop? Would you like to borrow a shotgun to put it out of its misery? :lol:

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Just now, toe_head2001 said:

Oh, geez. I should have specified third-party (non-Windows) services. :/

Does the issue persist when running paint.net in Windows Safe Mode? This will allow us to rule out third-party software interfering.

 

You're using a 12 year old laptop? Would you like to borrow a shotgun to put it out of its misery? :lol:

LOL, idk, now something downloading, maybe later

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Over 80 services is a little bit to much, especially on a laptop. Many preconfigured systems running unneccessary services from the manufacturer. 50-60 would be better, but without more details it's hard to decide, which one has to go. The hardware is a little bit outdated too. I'm afraid you have to accept slow reactions.

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