Windows 10: My SSD is booting very slow

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  1. MrNeeds's Avatar
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       27 Nov 2017 #11

    Wynona said: View Post
    Last question and I'll let you catch up to me. :)
    Which brand is your SSD, Doc? I noticed that Crystal doesn't work with one or two brands. Samsung may be one of them.
    Works with my Samsung 850 PRO
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  2. Wynona's Avatar
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       27 Nov 2017 #12

    MrNeeds said: View Post
    Works with my Samsung 850 PRO
    Did you read the report and does the SSD look OK to you, MrNeeds? Looks OK from here and OP said it works fine except for slow boot.
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  3.    27 Nov 2017 #13

    I am sorry, do not remember the SSD brand
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  4. Wynona's Avatar
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       27 Nov 2017 #14

    disneydoc said: View Post
    I am sorry, do not remember the SSD brand
    OK, and a Lappy isn't all that easily opened.

    Could you run CrystalDiskInfo and give us the results of that?

    The first results were from CrystalDiskMark, I think.
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  5.    27 Nov 2017 #15

    I have been trying but am unable to follow the steps(given in How to upload and post screen shots) to post the the Start Up Page from the Task Manager.
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  6. Wynona's Avatar
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       27 Nov 2017 #16

    disneydoc said: View Post
    I have been trying but am unable to follow the steps(given in How to upload and post screen shots) to post the the Start Up Page from the Task Manager.
    I've done this so many times I can do it in my sleep, but trying to explain how to do it isn't easy! But I'll try . . .

    1. Have the subject of your screen shot on the screen; in this case, your Task Manager's Startup tab.
    2. Go to the Start Menu, then click on Windows Accessories, then click Snipping Tool.
    3. When the Snipping Tool comes up, click on New.
    4. "Outline" your selection by holding down the left mouse button and "drawing" a square/rectangle around it. Holding the left mouse button down, start at the top left of the object you want to copy, drag the mouse over to the right corner, then down to the bottom. If you're happy with what you have, let go of the left mouse button.
    5. A new screen will pop up; Click on File, Save As and save the snip where you can find it again. I usually create a Snippet folder inside the Pictures folder for these.
    6. Now, just create a reply, click on Insert Image Click image for larger version. 

Name:	Insert Pic.PNG 
Views:	46 
Size:	5.4 KB 
ID:	165868 (third from left), be sure From Computer is selected, then click on Browse, then click on the image you created.
    7. Click on Upload Image.

    Let me know if you don't understand and need more help. There's always someone who can explain things better than the last person. :)
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  7. Wynona's Avatar
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       27 Nov 2017 #17

    BTW, DisneyDoc, this tutorial may help you to find which brand SSD you have.

    Collecting System Specifications in Windows Hardware Drivers Tutorials
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  8. MrNeeds's Avatar
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       28 Nov 2017 #18

    Report looks OK, it's not great for an SSD, but without knowing the brand and model number, that might just be the speeds it's capable of, as far as taking a screenshot, open up task manager and use alt + print screen, then go to here and paste into the reply window, it's a lot easier to understand
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  9.    28 Nov 2017 #19

    If your boot is slow but when logged in all is fine, It may be other thing that causes your problem and not you SSD.

    Did you recently upgraded to Win 10 1709 ? if so, then try to upgrad your drivers.

    To know exectly what's causing the boot delay, use Windows Performance Toolkit to take a boot trace :

    Download and Install windows Performance Toolkit . Choose the package corresponding to your Windows version.- Record a trace using Windows Performance Recorder using these options: https://justpaste.it/1dm88- Compress the resulting file- Share it through https://www.transfernow.net/en/ or any other file sharing platform.I'll analyze your trace file and give you a feedback.See you
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  10. f14tomcat's Avatar
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       28 Nov 2017 #20

    zinou said: View Post
    If your boot is slow but when logged in all is fine, It may be other thing that causes your problem and not you SSD.

    Did you recently upgraded to Win 10 1709 ? if so, then try to upgrad your drivers.

    To know exectly what's causing the boot delay, use Windows Performance Toolkit to take a boot trace :

    Download and Install windows Performance Toolkit . Choose the package corresponding to your Windows version.- Record a trace using Windows Performance Recorder using these options: https://justpaste.it/1dm88- Compress the resulting file- Share it through https://www.transfernow.net/en/ or any other file sharing platform.I'll analyze your trace file and give you a feedback.See you
    These are good suggestions, however they may be outside his skill level right now. He's still trying to post a screenshot of the Startup screen in Taskmanager. My SSD is booting very slow - Page 2 - Windows 10 Forums at 9:43pm last night.

    If he can get that part done, walking him thru posting a trace would be good.
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