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Did you install new software drivers on your computer when you installed your Virgin Super Hub2 wireless router?
Thank you for replying. No I did not install new software drivers and I've checked that the drivers are up to date. Start up program is merely Internet explorer 9. When I noticed the long delay I even did a system restore to previously installing Virgin Hub 2 . Also I've always had Norton Security. The very day that I installed Vigin Hub 2 I noticed immediately that the boot up was longer than previously. Main Path boot time is about 72 seconds. I'm 74 years of age and computers are not my generation.If the problem is not obvious I'll live with the dboot up delay. I my just ring Virgin's technical people for help, but understandablely they talk computer lanuage which I wouldn't understand; hence my approach to you.
Go to the Tools menu on Internet Explorer and select Manage Add-Ons. There you can disable the add-ons that take the most time to load your Internet Explorer home page. You can probably find that extra 32 seconds, which is unrelated to your wireless hub upgrade, but which may have taken advantage of the upgrade to opportunitously install themselves.
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Oops! I meant to say opportunistically. (I knew that did not look right when I misspelled it.)
The only add-ons that are enabled are: Google toolbar taking 10 seconds and Google Toolbar helper zero seconds. Thanks again.
The only add-ons that are enabled are: Google Toolbat taking 10 seconds and Google Toolbar helper zero seconds.
Glynne Harrison, Manchester, England.
I got it, Glynne. I don't have any idea why it is taking longer to boot up with your super hub2, since you have not installed an new drivers for it.