Very slow boot after Anniversary update

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  1. Posts : 1
    windows 10
       #11

    Hi,

    I have tried a lot of "tips and tricks" to solve the w10 slow boot time (about 90 seconds) but with no luck.
    Today I found a real solution for my problem.

    1) go to regedit. In regedit, go to the Find option in the Edit Menu.
    2) Search for EnableULPS. Double click on it and change the value from 1 to 0.
    3) Exit regedit and restart your laptop.
    4) Your boot and sleep times should be much, much better."

    What is enableups: What is EnableULPS? - [Solved] - Windows 10 - Tom's Hardware

    I have a AMD Radeon HD 6700 series grafics card.

    I have spent lots of time on this issue but at last.........

    Now my boot times are great – from hibernate 10 sec, otherwise 15-20 sec.

    Hope this can help someone.
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  2. Posts : 1
    Windows
       #12

    I found this article very helpful. Slow boot was a problem for me and I solved this problem and shared my experience here Fixing window 10 slow boot.html My problem was old graphic driver. I was using the graphic driver that was very old, it was from the time I first bought my PC.
      My Computer


 

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