Windows 10: Fast Startup on M.2 NVMe SSD ?

Discus and support Fast Startup on M.2 NVMe SSD ? in Windows 10 Support to solve the problem; So ever since i reinstalled the OS i haven't disabled Fast Startup on it. I used to have Fast Startup enabled on my HDD by default after OS... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Support' started by Mikey89, Aug 4, 2021.

  1. Mikey89 Win User

    Fast Startup on M.2 NVMe SSD ?


    So ever since i reinstalled the OS i haven't disabled Fast Startup on it. I used to have Fast Startup enabled on my HDD by default after OS installation because i never messed with it. But i've been reading around the web that for M.2 if Fast Startup is enabled then it might cause in fact some issues. Is this true ? Will it damage the M.2 in any way ? Should i disable Fast Startup or should i keep it enabled ?

    :)
     
    Mikey89, Aug 4, 2021
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  2. Mikey89 Win User

    Fast Startup with M.2 NVMe SSD ?

    Hello

    So i recently upgrade my PC and put it in a M.2 NVMe 2TB SSD. Now, i noticed that after reinstalling W10 i have "fast startup" enabled in the power plans.

    1) Should i disable fast startup ?

    2) Will fast startup harm the M.2 in any way because maybe it's not letting it write ?

    I'm not an expert on this and this is why i'm asking so please bear with me. *chuckle
     
    Mikey89, Aug 4, 2021
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  3. about intel optane memory + NVMe™ M.2 SSD

    nitially

    intel optane memory M10(16,32,64gb)PCIe NVMe M.2 3.0x2 was for accelerating 2.5'SATA mechanical HDD regardless of which generation intel CPUs.

    also note :

    not talking about Intel® Optane™ Memory H10 with Solid State Storage (32gb+1tb, 32gb+512gb ,16gb+256gb)PCIe NVMe3.0x4 that comes as a single m.2 drive which is mounted on single m.2 slot

    but now why

    intel optane memory M15(16,32,64gb)(PCIe NVMe 3.0 x4)is-- paired with --PCIe® NVMe™ M.2 SSDs {which is mounted on two differnt m.2 slots on 7th ,8th and 9th gen intel CPUs}

    what is the purpose

    ex: 512 GB PCIe® NVMe™ M.2 SSD + Intel® Optane™ memory 32 GB on (Intel® Core™ i7 9750H) seen from HPs Omen X 2S - 15 Gaming Laptop.
     
    JelittThomas, Aug 4, 2021
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  4. Fast Startup on M.2 NVMe SSD ?

    Windows will not shut down (Fast Startup) or sleep on an M.2 drive

    Okay, first things first, my specs are

    Asrock b250m PRO4

    Intel i5 7400

    Windows is on an Intel 600p m.2 ssd (120GB)

    500GB HDD

    8GB RAM, 1920MB VRAM (on the m.2 SSD)

    With Fast Startup enabled, I cannot shut down or put the computer to sleep.

    With Fast Startup disabled, I cannot put the computer to sleep.

    Running Windows 10 ver 1607(14393.1066)
     
    Stathis Papadopoulos (Statharas.903), Aug 4, 2021
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