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Welcome Screen Spinning Circle Problem

post #1 of 8
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Hi guys how are you?

So I`m with a strange issue that just started today (Some hours ago)

Wgen i boot my system or restart or shutdown the spiining circle does not spins anymore, it`s hard to explain but it stays stuck

The system boot normal, restart and login at same speed than before

I found i guy with the same issue but no answer and he posted the image, i think it will be easier to understand:



Anyonw knows how to come back to normal state?

Thanks
post #2 of 8
Um... I'm not sure how to put this;
Why on earth would you possibly care about a rotating circle in a loading screen that you rarely see, even for a short time, that has no effect on start up or system performance whatsoever?
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Reinstall Windows if you really want it back

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post #4 of 8
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No, not affecting, at leat that i realized some stuff in performance or something like that

But it would be nice to find what caused or why this issue happened, like you said, it is not at least till now the end of world, but it's a issue

Thanks
post #5 of 8
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Joiis View Post

Reinstall Windows if you really want it back

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No, not w deal to reinstall Windows just because a spinning circle, just wanna know if there is a easy way to solve that, like i posted above, not the end of world, just liked to bring it back to normal state
post #6 of 8
Reinstall Windows is the only way I could think of. And it's always good to reinstall to keep things fresh and snappy

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From what I remember (haven't even seen my spinning wheel in a while) it tends to stop under heavy cpu/disk usage, so I would think it's your pc loading drivers and startup apps stopping the spin
even with a re-install you may end up back in the same spot. It will vary so sometimes it will spin more as the slight differences in loading time/order of things changes along with patches and updates.

Buy an SSD and forget that spinning circle even existed smile.gif
    
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post #8 of 8
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Originally Posted by BakerMan1971 View Post

From what I remember (haven't even seen my spinning wheel in a while) it tends to stop under heavy cpu/disk usage, so I would think it's your pc loading drivers and startup apps stopping the spin
even with a re-install you may end up back in the same spot. It will vary so sometimes it will spin more as the slight differences in loading time/order of things changes along with patches and updates.

Buy an SSD and forget that spinning circle even existed smile.gif

I already have a SSD in my Rig smile.gif



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