Windows 10 10586.3 and slow login problem Solved

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  1. Posts : 70
    Win10Pro_64; Win10Pro_64 insider
       03 Jan 2016 #121

    It’s still working for me. It depends on what chipset you have. I have an Intel 6 Series/C200 Series Chipset and the latest driver I could use was the one I mentioned. You can check which chipset you have with msinfo32.exe.
    I downloaded my driver from!0RVwDabB!f3CD6w...6Knmx5A8ADk-Ts
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  2. Posts : 70
    Win10Pro_64; Win10Pro_64 insider
       03 Jan 2016 #122

    I found the diver in this discussion Intel RST Install Error: Platfrom not supported
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  3.    04 Jan 2016 #123

    Hello, I also had the same issue with the slow login. The solution to disable the auto-hiding taskbar worked for me.

    But I also got the issue fixed for me with the auto-hiding task bar.

    For me it was a problem with my hard drive partitions:
    At first I had trouble updating my Windows to the new build in general, the issue was that I had Ubuntu installed and due to the bootloader Grub he didn't want to update. So I made a Windows boot repair, deleted the Ubuntu partition and resized my Windows partition to full size.
    Then I was able to perform the update.

    After the update, I had the same issue with the slow login, a temporary fix for me was - as said above - to disable the auto-hiding taskbar.

    Then I noticed that my hard drive for Windows had suddenly 2 extra partitions: The normal partition [A] with Windows, the recovery partition [B] (with 450 MB) and 3rd partition [C] with 8GB which I did not create. The weird thing was, even after deleting that 8GB partition, I simply wasn't able to add those 8GB to my main partition [A]. Also not with 3rd-party programs. Merging the partitions was also not possible. I could only merge [A] with [B] or [B] with [C], but [A] & [C] wasn't possible. As I noticed however, I was able to assign those extra 8 GB to my recovery partition [B], so I (kinda had to) deleted my recovery partition as well as the 8GB one, and then I was finally able to add that extra space to my main partition.
    Well, long story short: That actually fixed the slow login problem even with auto-hiding taskbar enabled. So maybe it's an error with the partitioning or the recovery partition? Keep note though that you may not want to delete your recovery partition, as you may need it.

    Will see anyway how long it's gonna work for me, since previous people reported that it sometimes suddenly worked correctly and a bit later it was the opposite again.
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  4. Posts : 87
    Win10Pro 64bit build 10586.17
       04 Jan 2016 #124

    Partitions are definitely not the problem on my side ... I did a clean install & only used one (primary) partition. I NEVER run my SSD drive for OS loading with more than one partition.
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  5. Posts : 5
    win 10 pro x64
       12 Jan 2016 #125

    Can someone explain to me what is happening?
    Do i have faulty hardware?
    I get this:
    BOOTLOG_NOT_LOADED \SystemRoot\System32\drivers\dxgkrnl.sys
    and boot takes up to 25-30 seconds on a system with i5 4460, gtx 970 and ssd 850 evo 250gb with windows 10 x64 on build 10586
    I tried every fast boot trick or ssd optimization guide and nothing works.
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  6. Posts : 70
    Win10Pro_64; Win10Pro_64 insider
       12 Jan 2016 #126

    The driver is part of the core of DirectX Video.
    Try the following:

    • Reinstalling the graphics card driver
    • Updating DirectX (you can look it up)
    • Checking the integrity of the system, using the command sfc /scannow (in the administrative command prompt)

    You can download the latest version (directx 12) probably from here
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  7. Posts : 5
    win 10 pro x64
       12 Jan 2016 #127

    The drivers are fresh installed, i have the latest directx and in sfc/scannow i have the usually opencl.dll wich is related to conflict between microsoft and nvidia driver.
    This long boot problem appeared only after the big update for 10586 build.
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  8. Posts : 70
    Win10Pro_64; Win10Pro_64 insider
       12 Jan 2016 #128

    You can try dxdiag.exe to see if there are any problems. You can find it in c:\windows\system32\. Otherwise I don't know how to solve your problem. Sorry. You can tackle the long boot problem with setting your taskbar to not auto-hide as mentioned in this tread.
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  9. Posts : 5
    win 10 pro x64
       12 Jan 2016 #129

    I think everyone with build 10586 and nvidia gpu has this issue.
    No problems in device manager or in dxdiag
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  10.    12 Jan 2016 #130

    having same problem??
    JIGSAW said: View Post
    I'm with you on this one
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