Windows 10 suddenly takes almost 10 minutes to boot Solved

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  1.    4 Weeks Ago #11

    After uninstalling Intel Rapid Storage Technology and switch to Microsoft Standard SATA AHCI the event log is now back to normal. However, the boot time is still the same. I've also attached the updated WPR for you to analyze. Thanks.

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  2.    4 Weeks Ago #12

    Is there other events id related to a disk issue?
    Have you checked your disk health?

    WPA show a lot of disk I/O. if nothing work, try a clean windows 10 installation.
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       4 Weeks Ago #13

    igotgun said: View Post
    After uninstalling Intel Rapid Storage Technology and switch to Microsoft Standard SATA AHCI the event log is now back to normal. However, the boot time is still the same. I've also attached the updated WPR for you to analyze. Thanks.

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1CaW...ew?usp=sharing

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    Could it be that you've picked up a nasty somewhere in your travels? You don't have to go to unsavory places any more to pick up something nasty.
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       4 Weeks Ago #14

    zinou said: View Post
    Is there other events id related to a disk issue?
    Have you checked your disk health?

    WPA show a lot of disk I/O. if nothing work, try a clean windows 10 installation.
    I agree. And, @igotgun, if you have an extra hard drive, now's a good time to see if you can install your apps and programs onto it.
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  5.    4 Weeks Ago #15

    I was able to finally fix the long boot time issue. Although I was unable to find the exact root cause of this problem.
    I will, however, list the fix that I've tried besides the one that already been suggested here.

    - Powershell defrag all partition
    - Tried registry fix for user profile service event 1534
    - Tried registry fix for DCOM error event 10016
    - Disable Intel Integrated GPU and using only NVIDIA graphics card (have both of them enabled since the beginning and never ran into this issue before. Recently update the driver because Intel tool suggest it.)
    - Uninstall Intel Graphics Display Driver and disable igfxCUIService2.0.0.0 service (event log show file not found)

    Thank for your help everybody! Marked as solved.
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