VERY slow boot, only when restarting [SSD EVO 250gb]

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  1. Posts : 8
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    VERY slow boot, only when restarting [SSD EVO 250gb]


    Hello, first off I want to say that I have searched not only here on the forum but everywhere and havent found a solution, so sorry if if its a 'repost' kind of topic.
    Anyway, Its the second time this started happening and i have no idea how to fix it, different SSDs too. After couple of months the boot time starts to get slower and slower ,originally being ~20seconds and now almost 2min, last time was even worse.

    -Disabling apps that start with win10 have no effect whatsoever.
    -Fast boot On/Off has no effect.
    -SSD speed after boot is normal, no problem opening big apps etc(Benchmarks say its just as fast as anyone elses EVO 850 250gb)
    -TRIM and AHCI are On.
    -Intel RapidStart has no effect on boot time.
    -Changing virtual memory has no effect on boot time.
    -Changing NVIDIA drivers has no effect on boot time.
    -RapidMode has no effect on boot time.
    There are problably other things I tried that I'm not remembring right now. The problem only happens when Restarting , if I turn it completly off and on again I'm on desktop in less than 10sec.

    WPA - I took 2 sets of data, they dont differ in almost anything as far as I could see. Since the file are huge i took screenshots of what i think are the relevant graphs. ( Storage and Disk Usage / Boot / UI Delay). In the UI Delay ,there seems to be some quite heavy processes ocurring,not shure what they are for.
    VERY slow boot, only when restarting [SSD EVO 250gb]-wap-disk-usage.jpg VERY slow boot, only when restarting [SSD EVO 250gb]-wpa-boot.jpg VERY slow boot, only when restarting [SSD EVO 250gb]-wpa-ui-delay.jpg

    BootLog - On the image there are 2 logs, both with the same time of 90-100 seconds to boot.
    VERY slow boot, only when restarting [SSD EVO 250gb]-boot-log.jpg
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  2. Posts : 14,897
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    What SSDs have you tried, what ports are/have they been connected to, what BIOS version are you using and what are the system specs?
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  3. Posts : 8
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    axe0 said:
    What SSDs have you tried, what ports are/have they been connected to, what BIOS version are you using and what are the system specs?
    An old ForceGT 60gb that works just fine still, every driver connected to the primary ports and not the controller ones. Latest Bios.

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  4. Posts : 14,897
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    I'm probably missing something but what do you mean 'every driver connected to the primary ports and not the controller ones'? Which ports have you tried?
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  5. Posts : 8
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    axe0 said:
    I'm probably missing something but what do you mean 'every driver connected to the primary ports and not the controller ones'? Which ports have you tried?
    This mobo offers some extra sata ports by marvell controller, wich asrock says has lower performance than the chipset ones. So what i mean by primary are the chipset sata ports.

    Just some extra info... When i had the ForceGT i only had the 1Tb drive with it ,so i guess that some kind of overload isnt the issue with the extra drives that i got as time went by.

    I just find it very weird and annoying that only when restarting it takes ages to boot (atleast with the EVO,dont remember with the ForceGT), because if its happening by some app that i end up installing its almost impossible to narrow it down ,since it takes ~3 months to start getting slower.. and i very rarely install anything out of the initial batch of apps after formatting wich consists mostly of known developers/companies.
    Last edited by lola000; 05 Jan 2018 at 10:54.
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  6. Posts : 14,897
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    Random suggestion, did you check Samsung for firmware updates?
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  7. Posts : 27,230
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    Another random suggestion.. How do you log in? Tried camera or pictures? Disable all and use local account with password.
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  8. Posts : 8
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    AndreTen said:
    Another random suggestion.. How do you log in? Tried camera or pictures? Disable all and use local account with password.
    Password
    axe0 said:
    Random suggestion, did you check Samsung for firmware updates?
    The samsung software says its the latest
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  9. Posts : 27,230
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    lola000, try a clean boot and see if it start faster.

    tutorials | 41804-perform-clean-boot-windows-10-troubleshoot-software-conflicts
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  10. Posts : 857
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    Hi,

    Can you compress and share your boot log, I'll take a look in WPA...
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