INVALID BOOT.INI FILE
BOOTING FROM C\WINDOWS\
It boots up very quickly, but once logged on is very slow, again because my hard disc is continually being accessed. Even though I defragmented the C:drive last night, it tells me today I have 92 fragmented files/directories and 1018 excess fragments, plus "MMC has detected an error in snap-in," whatever that might be!
How can I see what process is running that keeps accessing the HD? When I do a ctl_alt_del, fm3032.exe always catches my eye as it is constantly updating its memory usage, but I have no idea what it, or the majority of the other active processes are...
Any more help/suggestions gratefully received!