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  1. Clamarc's Avatar
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    Windows 10 pro 64 bits 1903 build 18362.836
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    Slow Windows 10 Pro boot version 1903


    Hi,
    My Windows is taking 4 to 5 minutes to enter the user screen. See image Event report.

    Thank you
    Clamarc
    Windows 10 Pro 64 bits v.1903 build18362.778
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  2. dalchina's Avatar
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    Win 10 Pro (1903)
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    This MOBO appears to be from around 2007 - ancient- is that correct?

    As such there are no guarantees of correct functioning with Win 10.

    History: (so often omitted by posters):
    - when did this start?
    - what build and O/S was running when boot time was faster?
    - how much faster was it then?
    - what changed which might have led to this slower boot?

    What sort of system disk do you have?

    Have you checked what happens if you disconnect /remove all other drives?

    Did your boot time increase after upgrading Windows 10 from one build to another?

    If you wish to analyse this yourself, you can do so with the Windows Performance Analyser and Recorder. Most people find the detailed graphical output and options for tracing daunting. Free from MS.
    Download and Install Windows Performance Toolkit in Windows 10

    You can find example threads where people have tried to work through this to find a resolution, some recently. E.g.
    Slow boot time on SSD (during OS loading screen)
    Very slow boot-up time (over three minutes)
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  3. Clamarc's Avatar
    Posts : 44
    Windows 10 pro 64 bits 1903 build 18362.836
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    dalchina said:
    This MOBO appears to be from around 2007 - ancient- is that correct?
    Yes

    dalchina said:
    As such there are no guarantees of correct functioning with Win 10.
    Really?!

    dalchina said:
    - when did this start?
    About 15 days ago.

    dalchina said:
    - what build and O/S was running when boot time was faster?
    Same build and OS as now.

    dalchina said:
    - how much faster was it then?
    15 to 20 seconds on average to load the system.

    dalchina said:
    - what changed which might have led to this slower boot?
    My HD, where the system was, is old ... when the slowness started, I decided to change it to a SSD sata ... but the problem with slowness continues even with the system on the SSD.

    dalchina said:
    What sort of system disk do you have?
    KINGSTON SA400S37240G SSD sata. Is that what you want to know?

    dalchina said:
    Have you checked what happens if you disconnect /remove all other drives?
    Yes, it's still slow.

    dalchina said:
    Did your boot time increase after upgrading Windows 10 from one build to another?
    Yes

    dalchina said:
    If you wish to analyse this yourself, you can do so with the Windows Performance Analyser and Recorder. Most people find the detailed graphical output and options for tracing daunting. Free from MS.
    "https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/117625-download-install-windows-performance-toolkit-windows-10-a.html"]Download and Install Windows Performance Toolkit in Windows 10
    I will try this!

    dalchina said:
    You can find example threads where people have tried to work through this to find a resolution, some recently. E.g.
    "https://www.tenforums.com/performance-maintenance/101360-slow-boot-time-ssd-during-os-loading-screen-2.html"]Slow boot time on SSD (during OS loading screen)[/URL]
    "https://www.tenforums.com/performance-maintenance/110065-very-slow-boot-up-time-over-three-minutes.html"]Very slow boot-up time (over three minutes)
    Ok.

    thank's
    Clamarc
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  4. dalchina's Avatar
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    Win 10 Pro (1903)
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    Thanks. 15-20s with a HDD originally is remarkably fast. Are those times to the lock screen?

    The other tool that is supposed to help ( but hasn't when tried in these cases yet) is verbose boot logging. However the records aren't time stamped, so it's simply a matter of watching the screen. Tutorial available or Google.
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  5. Clamarc's Avatar
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    Windows 10 pro 64 bits 1903 build 18362.836
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    dalchina said:
    Thanks. 15-20s with a HDD originally is remarkably fast. Are those times to the lock screen?...
    Hi,
    In 15 to 20 seconds only on the driver loading screen, even the desktop screen gave a total of 1min 30, 40 seconds.

    I ran a Monitoring Program at boot and generated a report with the results. As I am a layman on the subject, I would like your help. See image.

    Thank you,
    Clamarc
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  6. Posts : 489
    windows 10
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    Take a boot trace using windows peroformance recorder.
    you can find threads in the forum on how to do that.
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  7. Clamarc's Avatar
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    Windows 10 pro 64 bits 1903 build 18362.836
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    zinou said:
    Take a boot trace using windows peroformance recorder.
    you can find threads in the forum on how to do that.
    Hi zinou,

    Follow link to download the requested Boot Analysis file.

    https://mega.nz/file/q91xXaYS#t3wLam...GAM9NJBTcvy5Wo

    Thank you
    Clamarc
    Last edited by Clamarc; 2 Weeks Ago at 16:35. Reason: correct text
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  8. Posts : 489
    windows 10
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    Slow Windows 10 Pro boot version 1903-capture1.png

    I don't see any boot delay in this boot trace !

    Either the delay is in the BIOS/UEFI phase (not captured in the trace) or you are using fast startup !

    What's the bios time ?

    Slow Windows 10 Pro boot version 1903-capture2.png

    Disable Fast startup : Turn On or Off Fast Startup in Windows 10
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  9. Clamarc's Avatar
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    Windows 10 pro 64 bits 1903 build 18362.836
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    zinou said:
    Slow Windows 10 Pro boot version 1903-capture1.png

    I don't see any boot delay in this boot trace !...
    hi, zinou

    Let's do it by steps
    1- Loading takes a long time on the black screen with the Windows Logo and a little ball running, running ... stays for about 4 minutes on this screen and then enters the user screen normally without further slowing down. This black screen, refers to the BIOS, is that it?

    2 - I can't find the Boot Menu in my Bios?... do I have to press any different key for it to appear?
    My motherboard is old, gigabyte ga-ma69vm-s2.

    3 - If I can activate the boot view, how should I configure it? ... do I leave it in UEFI or some other mode?

    4 - I always leave Windows quick start disabled.

    5 - In the My Windows Troubleshooting screen, there is also no UEFI option.

    thank you
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  10. Pejole2165's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro 1909
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    I remember a similar thread to this some time ago, turns out to be related to an inordinate amount of temporary files in the user profile causing the delay. Maybe check your file system with something like Treesize free, and also running disk cleanup (including system files) to see if boot time improves. just a thought.
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