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Windows 10 needs rebooted a second time to reach desktop

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Hi: I bought a refurbished computer that had Win 7 x64 Home on it.

 

I installed Windows 10 x64 Pro on it, ran fine booted fine until it update to the latest v1709 update.

Now I have to boot it up then after letting it boot for a minute or three, I'll have to shut the computer down and restart it.

Then everything boots up fine. Why do I have to do this?

On a footnote if I shut it off and come back an hour or so later it will boot fine without a second reboot.

But if I let it sit overnight I'll have to boot it twice again to get into my desktop. Other then this it runs great on 10.

 

I've followed all I can find on MS support site.

 

Any Ideas I'd be grateful Thanks! 

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Hi

 

I know this one, but I can't remember the answer.

 

I think it is a flat/discharged CMOS battery.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/cmos-batteries/s?ie=UTF8&page=1&rh=i%3Aaps%2Ck%3Acmos%20batteries

 

The BIOS Time and Date are not true, but they can get set/reset by a network connection and mislead the fault finding.

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Hi

 

I know this one, but I can't remember the answer.

 

I think it is a flat/discharged CMOS battery.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/cmos-batteries/s?ie=UTF8&page=1&rh=i%3Aaps%2Ck%3Acmos%20batteries

 

The BIOS Time and Date are not true, but they can get set/reset by a network connection and mislead the fault finding.

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@CF4 wrote:

Hi

 

I know this one, but I can't remember the answer.

 

I think it is a flat/discharged CMOS battery.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/cmos-batteries/s?ie=UTF8&page=1&rh=i%3Aaps%2Ck%3Acmos%20batteries

 

The BIOS Time and Date are not true, but they can get set/reset by a network connection and mislead the fault finding.


I had already changed the Cmos battery when I first got it, With a fresh Energizer 2032 just like the one pictured in the link you sent me. Thanks for the link by the way.

 

I guess I'll change the new one just encase that may be the problem, it's well worth a shot. I'll let ya know how it goes.

Thanks again...

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I changed the battery as you suggested.

 

As far as I can tell it has pretty much did the trick, At least it's better in any event.

The past 3 out of 5 times it's booted correctly. So I figure it's working it's way out of it.

In any event it's a whole lot better. 

Once again Thanks so much for your help...

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Prego.

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