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  1. Posts : 27
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  2. Posts : 894
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       #42

    and the result of the 2nd command?
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  3. Posts : 27
    Windows 10 21H1
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       #43
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  4. Posts : 894
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       #44

    Disable the protection on the D: volume and on the other volumes except for the C: volume
    then restart your computer.

    You don't need creating restore point on other volumes than the system volume (C:).
    use regular backup to save your data on thoses volumes.

    disk related 7 minute delay during boot-image.png

    Even on the second trace I see the OS strugling with the volume snapshot with this GUID :
    disk related 7 minute delay during boot-image.png
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  5. Posts : 27
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       #45

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    system restore is disabled on D drive, but I see 550GB of usage??
    weird...

    what can I do?

    EDIT: I don't see a shadow image of 550GB on drive D, and I have system/hidden shown on drive..
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  6. Posts : 894
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       #46

    Your system is using 550 Gb of space for snapshots.
    When you disable the protection on that volume this space will be freed up.
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  7. Posts : 27
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       #47

    but the protection on drive D is already disabled...
    what gives?

    EDIT: checked, it's a full backup of C drive saved on D drive...
    the dates match

    so what can I do now?
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  8. Posts : 894
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       #48

    reduce the max usage to 4%
    then restart your system.

    if the delay still persist, then delete all restore points:
    disk related 7 minute delay during boot-image.png
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  9. Posts : 27
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       #49

    It's already on 4%, so the last option is delete all?
    using this command "vssadmin delete shadows /all" ?
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  10. Posts : 894
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       #50

    It's better if you have a backup of your system, in case something goes wrong.
    Ensure you've a backup of your system before performing this operation.

    You can delete the restore points using the delete button: See the screenshot.
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