|I have a Dell which has Windows XP. There was an older installation of XP that no longer works and I installed Vista but the hard drive with Vista on it isn't even in that computer anymore.|
When I start up, some smaller programs work right away (administrative tools, for example) but iTunes and Explorer take about five or six minutes to start up.
I click on the Icon and see the hourglass but then several minutes go by before they start.
Also, when I am starting up, it asks me which windows I want to use, even though the other two don't even really exist anymore.
What can I do to get rid of these "phantom" Windows and also find out what is delaying Explorer and iTunes?