1.    06 Mar 2017 #1
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    Boot time significantly Increased


    Hello Guy and Gals , My system used to boot up Quite Fast ( almost instantly SSD Drive C ), i added a hard drive and noticed a significant increase in my boot up time , the drive i added , i decided that i would not use it ( Not Big Enough ), so i removed it,

    I then noticed that my Boot time increased Significantly ( not almost instantly before i added the HD) i went to my disk management and checked my hard Drives and it asked me if i wanted to initialize disk 0 ?

    The only Drive i am concerned with is the SSD Drive which is labeled C:\ in disk management that is where my OS is sitting , ( and also disk 1 ? ) i was given a prompt with the Default option GPT GUID partition table

    i am not sure if i should go with the Default option ? and would choosing that option revert my C Drive to the Fast boot up time it had Previous to adding the HD ? any help would be appreciated

    Thanks in Advance

    Also i just found out that i have a whole HD missing , the was in 3 Partitions ... not looking good
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    Last edited by Pantz; 06 Mar 2017 at 13:48.
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  2.    06 Mar 2017 #2
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    Fixed
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  3.    09 Mar 2017 #3
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    How did you fix?
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  4.    09 Mar 2017 #4
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    Hello Guys and Gals , sorry i did not explain how i fixed it, I removed the HD that was not Recognized and rebooted the PC and it seems that the boot up was back to normal,

    I then Re-attache the un-recognized HD and the boot time was back to normal, i believe that when i attached and removed the new HD , it seem that a Cable was not seated all the way in. a mistake on my part , i should have checked the HD Cables

    Thanks
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