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

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  1.    23 Oct 2015 #31

    When you installed Windows, did you leave all the drives plugged in. Sometimes Windows installer can install parts of the OS on to secondary drives (not sure why but it can).

    I would recommend if you have the time to consider backing up your files and formatting after having removed all but the OS drive. Also remove all peripherals apart from mouse and keyboard.
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  2.    23 Oct 2015 #32

    swarfega said: View Post
    When you installed Windows, did you leave all the drives plugged in. Sometimes Windows installer can install parts of the OS on to secondary drives (not sure why but it can).

    I would recommend if you have the time to consider backing up your files and formatting after having removed all but the OS drive. Also remove all peripherals apart from mouse and keyboard.
    I did a new install without keeping any programs or files. I had all external drives removed but had a USB mouse. I did notice some of my old folders (non windows) was still there and it was a slow boot. Do you think if I formatted the disk and did an new install it would improve boot time? Win 8 and 8.1 was quick with no format
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  3.    23 Oct 2015 #33

    aindriu80 said: View Post
    I did a new install without keeping any programs or files. I had all external drives removed but had a USB mouse. I did notice some of my old folders (non windows) was still there and it was a slow boot. Do you think if I formatted the disk and did an new install it would improve boot time? Win 8 and 8.1 was quick with no format
    Make sure you turn off Fast start-up( Power Options) and disable Secure boot(in BIOS) before installation as well.
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  4.    24 Oct 2015 #34

    brummyfan said: View Post
    Make sure you turn off Fast start-up( Power Options) and disable Secure boot(in BIOS) before installation as well.
    How will a new format speed my machine up?
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       24 Oct 2015 #35

    aindriu80 said: View Post
    How will a new format speed my machine up?
    If you're doing a clean install, you don't have to reformat anything yourself - just select Custom Installation during the clean install and delete all of the partitions on your target disk - WIndows will then create and format the partitions it needs. (See Steps 10 and onward, here: https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/1...n-install.html )
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  6.    24 Oct 2015 #36

    Word Man said: View Post
    If you're doing a clean install, you don't have to reformat anything yourself - just select Custom Installation during the clean install and delete all of the partitions on your target disk - WIndows will then create and format the partitions it needs. (See Steps 10 and onward, here: https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/1...n-install.html )
    I think I put an almost clean install on my machine - i selected new install without keeping any files or apps. I didn't go into custom installation and delete all partitions there though. Would it make much of a difference ?
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  7.    24 Oct 2015 #37

    I got this by loading boot time into Event Viewer. I don't exactly know how it works or how can I improve my boot time. Is there anything I can do/should know
    [ SystemTime] 2015-10-24T17:13:18.479166000Z

    BootTsVersion 2
    BootStartTime 2015-10-24T17:11:31.447064200Z
    BootEndTime 2015-10-24T17:13:16.561953200Z
    SystemBootInstance 2
    UserBootInstance 2
    BootTime 23128
    MainPathBootTime 12728
    BootKernelInitTime 49
    BootDriverInitTime 227
    BootDevicesInitTime 404
    BootPrefetchInitTime 0
    BootPrefetchBytes 0
    BootAutoChkTime 0
    BootSmssInitTime 7227
    BootCriticalServicesInitTime 260
    BootUserProfileProcessingTime 650
    BootMachineProfileProcessingTime 58
    BootExplorerInitTime 2688
    BootNumStartupApps 4
    BootPostBootTime 10400
    BootIsRebootAfterInstall false
    BootRootCauseStepImprovementBits 0
    BootRootCauseGradualImprovementBits 0
    BootRootCauseStepDegradationBits 0
    BootRootCauseGradualDegradationBits 0
    BootIsDegradation false
    BootIsStepDegradation false
    BootIsGradualDegradation false
    BootImprovementDelta 0
    BootDegradationDelta 0
    BootIsRootCauseIdentified false
    OSLoaderDuration 694
    BootPNPInitStartTimeMS 49
    BootPNPInitDuration 754
    OtherKernelInitDuration 624
    SystemPNPInitStartTimeMS 1365
    SystemPNPInitDuration 134
    SessionInitStartTimeMS 1514
    Session0InitDuration 3847
    Session1InitDuration 145
    SessionInitOtherDuration 3234
    WinLogonStartTimeMS 8742
    OtherLogonInitActivityDuration 589
    UserLogonWaitDuration 4812

    I ran Winsat. What do you make of the results ? can i improve them
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    Last edited by aindriu80; 24 Oct 2015 at 12:41.
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       24 Oct 2015 #38

    aindriu80 said: View Post
    I think I put an almost clean install on my machine - i selected new install without keeping any files or apps. I didn't go into custom installation and delete all partitions there though. Would it make much of a difference ?
    Not likely to make a difference in boot time. I just know that there are certain people (including some forum members) that an extra recovery partition or two leftover would drive crazy and they would insist on recovering the precious 350-500 MB for their 500GB - 1 TB disk's usage - LOL
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  9.    29 Sep 2016 #39

    I have the same problem with boot, the boot time was 110 second.
    Windows 10 have the wrong grapich drivers and this is the problem.
    I remove windows drivers and found new one on this adresse
    Unified Leshcat Driver Manual
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  10.    29 Sep 2016 #40

    You should always get hardware drivers direct from the manufacturer. No telling what might have been done to them otherwise or they might not be what they appear to be.
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