Windows 10: Boot Time with SSD and Win 10 is 90 sec.

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  1. Posts : 14,927
    Microsoft Windows 10 Pro 64-bit 14393, Windows 10 Insider Fast Ring, Windows 8.1 Update, Ubuntu
       22 Sep 2015 #21

    Hi v4u0401 welcome to the forums, I don't know if this'll help, but it's worth a try, open an admin command prompt and give winsat formal and let it run through and reboot.
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  2.    23 Sep 2015 #22

    Hi Cliff, No use. I could put the log file if needed. Now i did some troubleshooting and am definitely sure it is my amd graphics drivers. The moment i disable my graphics drivers, it takes me 15-20 seconds for boot up which is insane. Could you guys suggest some decent drivers for HD6470M with intel hd graphics family for Win 10
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  3. Posts : 14,927
    Microsoft Windows 10 Pro 64-bit 14393, Windows 10 Insider Fast Ring, Windows 8.1 Update, Ubuntu
       24 Sep 2015 #23

    On the boot time custom view,, right click it, open properties and place a check in the other event level boxes. save and it will show more events from event ID100 boottime.

    I had created the filer to only show information, because the other filters such a critical or error, might show up but are nothing to worry about 99 9% of the time. They can show up because a reboot takes longer, or the system is applying and update, and needs to change files and registry paths, so the boot time will take longer creating an error message.

    Could you guys suggest some decent drivers for HD6470M with intel hd graphics family for Win 10
    You can go to the AMD Download Drivers Page and use the auto detect:
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  4. Posts : 90
    Microsoft Windows 10 Pro 64-bit 10586 Multiprocessor Free
       01 Oct 2015 #24

    Cliff S said: View Post
    To add to what Mike said, to see all this stuff you can either create a Custom View Filter in Event Viewer or click and download the link I've posted with this post, unzip it(you may have to unlock it in properties) and import it to event viewer:
    Attachment 21506
    From there after a few days of booting you'll have enough to look at and find out where your problems are. by clicking the Details tab:
    Attachment 21507Attachment 21508
    Boot time custom view download is under this posting

    Hi Cliff,

    I've imported this view and I see Event 100 (warning) many times there.

    XML view is below. But when I view these logs, I don't understand what is the problem or why is it showing at all.
    Hope to get your help.

    Thanks.

    Code:
    - <Event xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/win/2004/08/events/event">- <System>
      <Provider Name="Microsoft-Windows-Diagnostics-Performance" Guid="{CFC18EC0-96B1-4EBA-961B-622CAEE05B0A}" /> 
    
      <EventID>100</EventID> 
    
      <Version>2</Version> 
    
      <Level>3</Level> 
    
      <Task>4002</Task> 
    
      <Opcode>34</Opcode> 
    
      <Keywords>0x8000000000010000</Keywords> 
    
      <TimeCreated SystemTime="2015-10-01T11:05:18.693285200Z" /> 
    
      <EventRecordID>116</EventRecordID> 
    
      <Correlation ActivityID="{C0C6AA14-FC38-0004-74AB-C6C038FCD001}" /> 
    
      <Execution ProcessID="2124" ThreadID="8136" /> 
    
      <Channel>Microsoft-Windows-Diagnostics-Performance/Operational</Channel> 
    
      <Computer>Gil-PC</Computer> 
    
      <Security UserID="S-1-5-19" /> 
    
      </System>
    
    
    - <EventData>
      <Data Name="BootTsVersion">2</Data> 
    
      <Data Name="BootStartTime">2015-10-01T11:03:07.635765200Z</Data> 
    
      <Data Name="BootEndTime">2015-10-01T11:05:16.890594400Z</Data> 
    
      <Data Name="SystemBootInstance">39</Data> 
    
      <Data Name="UserBootInstance">36</Data> 
    
      <Data Name="BootTime">41929</Data> 
    
      <Data Name="MainPathBootTime">31329</Data> 
    
      <Data Name="BootKernelInitTime">31</Data> 
    
      <Data Name="BootDriverInitTime">126</Data> 
    
      <Data Name="BootDevicesInitTime">1761</Data> 
    
      <Data Name="BootPrefetchInitTime">0</Data> 
    
      <Data Name="BootPrefetchBytes">0</Data> 
    
      <Data Name="BootAutoChkTime">0</Data> 
    
      <Data Name="BootSmssInitTime">10173</Data> 
    
      <Data Name="BootCriticalServicesInitTime">458</Data> 
    
      <Data Name="BootUserProfileProcessingTime">194</Data> 
    
      <Data Name="BootMachineProfileProcessingTime">15</Data> 
    
      <Data Name="BootExplorerInitTime">1413</Data> 
    
      <Data Name="BootNumStartupApps">14</Data> 
    
      <Data Name="BootPostBootTime">10600</Data> 
    
      <Data Name="BootIsRebootAfterInstall">false</Data> 
    
      <Data Name="BootRootCauseStepImprovementBits">0</Data> 
    
      <Data Name="BootRootCauseGradualImprovementBits">0</Data> 
    
      <Data Name="BootRootCauseStepDegradationBits">0</Data> 
    
      <Data Name="BootRootCauseGradualDegradationBits">0</Data> 
    
      <Data Name="BootIsDegradation">false</Data> 
    
      <Data Name="BootIsStepDegradation">false</Data> 
    
      <Data Name="BootIsGradualDegradation">false</Data> 
    
      <Data Name="BootImprovementDelta">0</Data> 
    
      <Data Name="BootDegradationDelta">0</Data> 
    
      <Data Name="BootIsRootCauseIdentified">false</Data> 
    
      <Data Name="OSLoaderDuration">662</Data> 
    
      <Data Name="BootPNPInitStartTimeMS">31</Data> 
    
      <Data Name="BootPNPInitDuration">19019</Data> 
    
      <Data Name="OtherKernelInitDuration">142</Data> 
    
      <Data Name="SystemPNPInitStartTimeMS">19155</Data> 
    
      <Data Name="SystemPNPInitDuration">84</Data> 
    
      <Data Name="SessionInitStartTimeMS">19246</Data> 
    
      <Data Name="Session0InitDuration">6161</Data> 
    
      <Data Name="Session1InitDuration">319</Data> 
    
      <Data Name="SessionInitOtherDuration">3692</Data> 
    
      <Data Name="WinLogonStartTimeMS">29420</Data> 
    
      <Data Name="OtherLogonInitActivityDuration">286</Data> 
    
      <Data Name="UserLogonWaitDuration">8471</Data> 
    
      </EventData>
    
    
    
    
      </Event>
    
    
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  5. Posts : 14,927
    Microsoft Windows 10 Pro 64-bit 14393, Windows 10 Insider Fast Ring, Windows 8.1 Update, Ubuntu
       01 Oct 2015 #25

    @gil the errors, critical, and informational do not mean anything is wrong during boot. It could show something where it took longer because of an update installing or you made changes to desktop, software, a driver update any how Windows make change to system files during boot and reboot causing the boot time to increase. For example I change my desktop theme(background and color) daily, and windows prefetch boot files (C:\Windows\Prefetch\ReadyBoot\ReadyBoot.etl ) which logs what needs to be done so I get to your desktop so it can boot faster, are being constantly changed, so boot time takes a few mili seconds longer.

    Your boot time is 4 seconds(BootTime">41929) 41929 milli is 41.9seconds.

    You have 14 programs that are on at startup(BootNumStartupApps">14)

    There is absolutely nothing wrong with you boot. I have my view set to show even more stuff, because I was checking the difference between booting with fast boot on and off while using an SSD and s few critical showed up because of a cumulitive windows update that needed to be installed, but has no impact on future booting.
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  6. Posts : 90
    Microsoft Windows 10 Pro 64-bit 10586 Multiprocessor Free
       01 Oct 2015 #26

    Cliff S said: View Post
    @gil the errors, critical, and informational do not mean anything is wrong during boot. It could show something where it took longer because of an update installing or you made changes to desktop, software, a driver update any how Windows make change to system files during boot and reboot causing the boot time to increase. For example I change my desktop theme(background and color) daily, and windows prefetch boot files (C:\Windows\Prefetch\ReadyBoot\ReadyBoot.etl ) which logs what needs to be done so I get to your desktop so it can boot faster, are being constantly changed, so boot time takes a few mili seconds longer.

    Your boot time is 4 seconds(BootTime">41929) 41929 milli is 41.9seconds.

    You have 14 programs that are on at startup(BootNumStartupApps">14)

    There is absolutely nothing wrong with you boot. I have my view set to show even more stuff, because I was checking the difference between booting with fast boot on and off while using an SSD and s few critical showed up because of a cumulitive windows update that needed to be installed, but has no impact on future booting.
    my boot time is 41 seconds... it used to be about 10 seconds.
    I've disabled more Startup Apps and I've increased the ReadyBoot.etl file size to 128MB instead the 20MB default value.
    In addition, I see this error:
    Windows failed fast startup with error status 0xC00000D4.
    Event 29, Kernel-Boot
    I can't seem to resolve this.
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  7. Posts : 14,927
    Microsoft Windows 10 Pro 64-bit 14393, Windows 10 Insider Fast Ring, Windows 8.1 Update, Ubuntu
       01 Oct 2015 #27

    gil said: View Post
    my boot time is 41 seconds... it used to be about 10 seconds.
    I've disabled more Startup Apps and I've increased the ReadyBoot.etl file size to 128MB instead the 20MB default value.
    In addition, I see this error:
    Windows failed fast startup with error status 0xC00000D4.
    Event 29, Kernel-Boot
    I can't seem to resolve this.
    Check out here at the Microsoft community: http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/w...0-b73f469a1ddf
    ost of th solutions send you to Eight Forums and I believe are turning off fastboot and clearing the old prefetch files(not turning prefetch off, just clear the files and let them rebuild, of course your system will be a bit slower till they're rebuilt).
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  8. Posts : 90
    Microsoft Windows 10 Pro 64-bit 10586 Multiprocessor Free
       01 Oct 2015 #28

    Cliff S said: View Post
    Check out here at the Microsoft community: http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/w...0-b73f469a1ddf
    ost of th solutions send you to Eight Forums and I believe are turning off fastboot and clearing the old prefetch files(not turning prefetch off, just clear the files and let them rebuild, of course your system will be a bit slower till they're rebuilt).
    I think I managed to fixed the cold boot time issue, however I also used to have under 20 seconds restart boot time in Win10.
    This 42 seconds means something has changed.
    After a short investigation, I discovered that if I disconnect my external eSATA backup HDD, the computer boots much faster in Restart.

    This is how my SSD/HDD management looks like:
    Click image for larger version. 

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    Is this OK?
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  9. Posts : 32
    win10 insider Enterprise
       01 Oct 2015 #29

    I've win10 10547
    Might try cleaning out the contents of this folder... have to piddle around a little in there.
    Leave the log folder but clear it contents.
    "C:\Windows\System32\WDI"

    Everything rebuilds itself automatically.

    Somewhere I read this can speed up your shutdown.. I was having a 15 second hang with a blackscreen right before the moment of shutdown.. this changed it to 10 sec. Simple. Seems harmless.
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  10.    23 Oct 2015 #30

    bonecollector said: View Post
    Hi guys I just found a way to skip this in my PC the issue was on ATI driver and an option called ULPS just disabled and the boot time went from 1:45 to 15!

    Open regedit
    search for EnableULPS
    change the value to "0"
    reboot

    Hope this helps
    Hi,

    Thanks very much for the help - this seems to have worked (just tried in once).

    I have a HP Pavilion DV6 6053ea, I have a 500GB SSD with Windows 10 Pro. My boot time to date is around 2 minutes. When I had Window 8.1, 8 and 7 my boot time was 25 - 30 seconds. I can't figure out what the problem is but when I disable the graphics card I get to the lock screen in under 30 seconds but the graphics are terrible - 720p and stretched. I did upgrade my lcd screen to 1080p but boot time was below 30 seconds when I did that. It must be a driver problem... I get past the Windows icon in under 10 seconds and the rest of the time is spent just before the lock screen.

    Graphics :
    AMD Radeon HD 7400M Series
    Intel(R) HD Graphics 3000
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