Windows 10: Problems with Hybrid boot

  1.    28 Aug 2015 #1

    Problems with Hybrid boot


    Hello,
    I have 2 PCs, both running win 10 updated from 8.1. The desktop has an AMD processor and graphics card, the laptop has an intel i5 and nvidia card. Both have 8 gb ram. Since an update around 2 weeks ago both have a strange problem: fast booting does not work anymore. In details, if i shutdown the pc, it goes down normally, but as i press the power button, the pc goes on, boots, and ca 1/2 second after that it goes off again (ca 2-3 seconds after pressing the button, the windows logo does not even show up). If i press the power button again, both pcs do a full startup (like after reboot) and work perfectly fine. This issue obbligated me to disable fast booting, but the laptop got terribly slow...

    Can anyone help getting back fast booting?
      My ComputerSystem Spec


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    Win_8.1-Pro, Win_10.1607-Pro, Mint_17.3
       28 Aug 2015 #2

    EMC3 said: View Post
    Hello,
    I have 2 PCs, both running win 10 updated from 8.1. The desktop has an AMD processor and graphics card, the laptop has an intel i5 and nvidia card. Both have 8 gb ram. Since an update around 2 weeks ago both have a strange problem: fast booting does not work anymore. In details, if i shutdown the pc, it goes down normally, but as i press the power button, the pc goes on, boots, and ca 1/2 second after that it goes off again (ca 2-3 seconds after pressing the button, the windows logo does not even show up). If i press the power button again, both pcs do a full startup (like after reboot) and work perfectly fine. This issue obbligated me to disable fast booting, but the laptop got terribly slow...

    Can anyone help getting back fast booting?
    Try this:

    Launch Command Prompt (Admin)

    Method
    Screen Shot


    x-Menu

    Right click the Windows logo on the task bar

    Select Command Prompt (Admin)
    and yes to the UAC prompt




    Search: command

    Press the Windows key on your keyboard

    Type command

    Right click the search result: Command Prompt

    Select Run as administrator
    and yes to the UAC prompt





    File Explorer: File menu

    Press the blue File menu on any open File Explorer
    Hover over Command Prompt
    or press the arrow to expand the selection

    Select Open command prompt as administrator

    This is a useful way to launch a batch or script file in a particular folder with elevated priviliges.








    In the command prompt window, type:

    powercfg -h Off

    Restart your machine

    Launch Command prompt (admin) again and type:

    powercfg -h On

    Restart your machine

    That process deletes the hibernation file, clears any hibernation settings, and then reestablishes hibernation with new restart information.
      My ComputerSystem Spec

  3.    28 Aug 2015 #3

    I tried your steps on the laptop. I also tried to reinstall graphics drivers. The problem persists. I will try later on te pc
      My ComputerSystem Spec

  4.    28 Aug 2015 #4

    Also the pc is still failing....
      My ComputerSystem Spec


 

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