Boot Files In Windows XP.
XP's defragmenter can perform a boot defragment, placing all boot files
contiguous to one another so that XP boots faster. The boot defragment option is
usually enabled by default, but there's a possibility that it has been disabled,
or not properly enabled. If it's not working, chances are XP will boot slow.
To enable it:
1. From a command line or from the Run line, run regedit. This opens the
2. Select the folder HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE and follow the folder path
3. Find the string Enable.
4. If the string value is set to N, change it to Y. If it is Y, leave it as it
is, since that means boot defragmentation is enabled.
5. Exit the Registry and reboot. When you next defragment your disk, the boot
files will be defragmented too.
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