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Slow to Boot Computer

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Hello,

I am experiencing very slow load times to Boot my computer after I shutdown and turn on the device. It takes close to 2 minutes (sometimes longer) before I see the windows login screen. I've owned the computer for less than one month.

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I uninstalled AMD Radeon Adrenaline and that fixed my slow boot problem. I think the latest version is causing this the issue as I will try with an earlier update.

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@VOGMAT 

I don't know what you expect -- but 20 seconds is definitely NOT "very slow".

 

I have an NVME SSD in my desktop that is several times faster than the previous SATA SSD, which was a lot faster than the previous HDD -- and it takes over 30 seconds to get to a desktop.

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Hello @WAWOOD,

 

Sorry it is much longer than 20 sec. My work laptop Dell Latitude boots at that speed.

 

Specs

Intel i5-6300U with 8 GB of RAM and a 256gb SK hynix Sc311 SATA.

 

My HP Pavilion Gaming takes 1 min 52 secs to Boot.

Ryzen 4600H

16gb RAm

KIOXIA (Toshiba) KBG40ZNV256G 256gb NVMe SSD.

 

I think the KIOXIA SSD might causing the slow Boot.

 

I'll edit my original post of it lets me.

 

Thanks!

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I uninstalled AMD Radeon Adrenaline and that fixed my slow boot problem. I think the latest version is causing this the issue as I will try with an earlier update.

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@VOGMAT 

Wow -- that's good to know.  I run AMD drivers also, but I'm always a release or so behind-- looks like my delaying saved me from this issue.

 

Thanks for getting back on this.

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