Windows 10: Win10 Fast Startup Kernel Boot Errors
Win10 Fast Startup Kernel Boot Errors
I have received some critical kernel boot messages in Event Viewer after every start-up. Just a few pointers:
- Fast Startup is Enabled
- UEFI Fast Boot is enabled in BIOS
These are the error messages:
1. Event ID 29: Windows failed fast startup with error status 0xC00000D4
2. Event ID 41: The previous system shutdown at TIME on DATE was unexpected
Now this only happens if I unplug my PC after Windows 10 has shut down. If my PC is still plugged in when turned off, there's no issue. Correct me if I'm wrong, but I thought hybrid shutdowns (and hibernates for that matter) require no AC power to be functional - as opposed to Sleep which keeps RAM powered.
Any ideas as to what the issue might be? I've done plenty of Google searches but they've all come empty handed.
My hardware is as follows:
Asus P8Z77-V Pro Motherboard
NVIDIA GTX 650
Seagate 7200rpm 2TB
Note: I have an SD Card Reader plugged into the motherboard.
Thanks and have a great weekend!
Looking for guidance on optimal settings for new Dell system before I fire it up (specs in my profile).
This is my first Win10 system and my first desktop, "production box" PC with dual drives (SSD (OS) + spinner (data)) and UEFI.
the windows logo comes, the circle starts.
it boots fast; the next time very slow (circle goes on and on, until it starts); the next time fast; the next time very slow..... ???
this is a fresh install of windows 10 pro on a good empty...
I want to share a summary of what I think I learned in finally resolving my problem with tweaking my Win10 registry to keep NumLock on.
Short version: "Fast Startup", a feature in Windows 10 (which is turned on by default during...
Recently I have observed that my system reboots after 1 sec when booting up.
This happens only when I use Shutdown.
I disabled the Fast Startup and now it boots correctly but very slow but that is predictable since it hybrid boot was disabled.
Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\Power Options\System Settings
Unchecking the "Turn on Fast Startup" command in the above setting path does not do it. There is supposed to be a motherboard software for enabling a normal startup the next...