Long boot time with Samsung Evo

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  1. Posts : 17
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    Long boot time with Samsung Evo


    Hello, I have a problem with long boot time with a top quality SSD, I have bought it 4 months ago, its write and read speeds very good atm. But my windows loading takes too much (windows logo section)and it is getting longer and longer every single time.(I tried fast boot , it works perfectly ,it boots 2-3 seconds) .
    I have formatted my pc 2 months ago, (Jan 24th) Boot times were very good in a week, then boot times got started to get longer and it was between 45-50 secs today.(post boot times)I will share 2 boot racer times that I got captured.First is captured on Feb 28th, the second is captured today (on March 10th).

    www.transfernow.net/14j902r7t514 (Feb28)

    www.transfernow.net/719zx2555p51 (March 10)

    I am looking forward your helps Ty so much



    Last edited by Horakti; 10 Mar 2018 at 09:51.
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  2. Caledon Ken's Avatar
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    Hi Horakti

    Please try shutting off hibernation. From Command Prompt(admin)

    powercfg -h off

    To reverse change the off to on in command.


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  3. Posts : 17
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    Ty for reply Ken

    i did , unfortunately nothing is changed , already i disabled hibernation ,sleep and fast boot before .
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  4. Caledon Ken's Avatar
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    and you disabled with the command in the post? (Not in power options)
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  5. Posts : 1
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    Run a disk benchmark test on your SSD to test weather it's a issue in your drive or your OS.
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  6. Posts : 17
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    Caledon Ken yes i did sir , no effect , h3llyeah i tested of it several times before opening the topic , write and read speed over 500 mb / sec , ssd is fine .i will post the benchmarks later .Thats why i recorded and shared the results with performance analyzer on above.
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  8. AS185's Avatar
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    Well then, it could be a few thing's. Is your cpu or ram overclocked? Is your hard drive in BIOS enabled to hot swap? If so, disable it and restart.
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  9. Posts : 17
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    Ty for reply
    my cpu and rams are not overclocked , i dont know ''hot swap'' , i wll check it later . According to me ,i dont have any bios problems , i have windows loading problems .

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  10. zinou's Avatar
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    Hi,
    According to your boot traces, your boot time is very fast.
    Your desktop shows up after 10s from the POST !
    Can you describe the delay you are facing ? can you evaluate the delay in the different phases ?
    How much times the Windows logo stays ?
    When you enter your credentilals, does the desktop shows up immediatly ?

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