My computer is fairly good, but it takes mucher longer than my old computer to boot in Windows. My computer loads the various files very fast, and hits a wall on Mup.sys. It hangs there for quite a while, 20+ seconds, causing the slow boot-up. I googled this online, and in every case, Mup.sys, or what's after it, caused their system to restart. However, my computer just boots up slowly. Something in relation to this, is that when I install Windows, it is not able to copy contents from the i386 folder on the CD. I've fixed this by creating a second partition, and copying the i386 folder. This fixed the problem, I just type the address of the i386 directory in the error dialog. This is not a problem, but just an interesting phenomenon that I can't explain. Perhaps it has something to do with the Mup.sys fiasco.