Windows 10: Slow boot, slow shutdown, and slow program starts.

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  1. Syncopator's Avatar
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       12 Jun 2018 #51

    I have tried three times to upload the compressed file of the scan done earlier today, but they all failed. The remaining time was given as 2 hours, 3 hours in one case, but neither attempt at uploading as successful.

    What best to do next?

    I started another attempt at uploading just now. Let's see what happens.
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  2.    12 Jun 2018 #52

    Did you notice any improvements in the boot time ?
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  3. Syncopator's Avatar
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       12 Jun 2018 #53

    I've not been measuring it, but it's still still slow.

    There's another upload taking place right now, it's been uploading for quite a while and for the last 10 minutes it's been saying 15 minutes left, so it doesn't look good.

    No luck. The progress window has now closed and the new file hasn´t appeared in Dropbox.
    Last edited by Syncopator; 12 Jun 2018 at 16:25.
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  4.    12 Jun 2018 #54

    @Syncopator
    If you open your trace file and get this message, about events lost, then don't bother to upload the file. we can't get the whole picture of what's going on.

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    I'd suggest you increase the buffers size, in the "SampleGeneralProfileForLargeServers.wprp" file to 1024.

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    Or you can download my wprp file and copy it to the WPT path (%programfiles(x86)%\Windows Kits\10\WindowsPerformance Toolkit) https://transfernow.net/1920t0o03j6i

    With the buffers size increased, I hope this time we'll get a complete boot trace file, we can analyze and hopefully identify the delay cause.
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  5. Syncopator's Avatar
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       12 Jun 2018 #55

    zinou said: View Post
    @Syncopator

    I'd suggest you increase the buffers size, in the "SampleGeneralProfileForLargeServers.wprp" file to 1024.

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    Or you can download my wprp file and copy it to the WPT path (%programfiles(x86)%\Windows Kits\10\WindowsPerformance Toolkit) https://transfernow.net/1920t0o03j6i
    Is the code in the window something I need, or could, use? If so, how?

    I don't understand what what you last sentence means, sorry.
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  6.    12 Jun 2018 #56

    Download the SampleGeneralProfileForLargeServers.wprp file I uploaded, and copy it in "%programfiles(x86)%\Windows Kits\10\WindowsPerformance Toolkit" path. it will replace the existing file.
    You can backup the original
    SampleGeneralProfileForLargeServers.wprp file before you copy the one I gave you.

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  7. Syncopator's Avatar
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       14 Jun 2018 #57

    zinou said: View Post
    Download the SampleGeneralProfileForLargeServers.wprp file I uploaded,and copy it in "%programfiles(x86)%\Windows Kits\10\WindowsPerformance Toolkit" path. it will replace the existing file.
    You can backup the original SampleGeneralProfileForLargeServers.wprp file before you copy the one I gave you.
    I don't understand how to "copy it in ... path" How do I do that?

    And how do I back up the Sample .... wprp file?
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  8.    14 Jun 2018 #58

    Syncopator said: View Post
    I don't understand how to "copy it in ... path" How do I do that?

    And how do I back up the Sample .... wprp file?
    Open a command prompt as Administrator and type the following command:
    Code:
    Ren "%programfiles(x86)%\Windows Kits\10\WindowsPerformance Toolkit\SampleGeneralProfileForLargeServers.wprp" SampleGeneralProfileForLargeServers_bck.wprp
    Then copy the SampleGeneralProfileForLargeServers.wprp you downloaded to the folder %programfiles(x86)%\Windows Kits\10\WindowsPerformance Toolkit
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  9. Syncopator's Avatar
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       14 Jun 2018 #59

    Thank you ddelo

    The command resulted in "
    The system cannot find the file specified".
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  10.    14 Jun 2018 #60

    Syncopator said: View Post
    Thank you ddelo

    The command resulted in "
    The system cannot find the file specified".
    This command
    ren "%programfiles(x86)%\Windows Kits\10\WindowsPerformance Toolkit\SampleGeneralProfileForLargeServers.wprp" SampleGeneralProfileForLargeServers_bck.wprp
    resulted to "The system cannot find the file specified"?

    Can you check if you have the file SampleGeneralProfileForLargeServers.wprp in the %programfiles(x86)%\Windows Kits\10\WindowsPerformance Toolkit folder?
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