Windows 10: NVME slow boot - Untraceable via Windows Performance Recorder?

Discus and support NVME slow boot - Untraceable via Windows Performance Recorder? in Windows 10 Performance & Maintenance to solve the problem; Hello everyone. Since update 20H2 (W10Pro 19042.964), my boot takes about 3 minutes to enter Windows (it takes too much time to lighten up USB... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Performance & Maintenance' started by jpouza, May 4, 2021 at 9:27 AM.

  1. jpouza Win User

    NVME slow boot - Untraceable via Windows Performance Recorder?


    Hello everyone. Since update 20H2 (W10Pro 19042.964), my boot takes about 3 minutes to enter Windows (it takes too much time to lighten up USB peripherals in load screen), using a Samsung 960Pro nvme disk (health OK). I've tried everything: uninstall a lot of startup programs, clean boot, change BIOS to Fast Boot (UEFI), a lot of check disk (chkdsk) commands, enable/disable Fast startup on Windows Power Options, flash older and newer BIOS, /fixmbr, disconnect all USB and HDDs, DDU nvidia drivers, update disk drivers, check disks performances, CSM ON/OFF, check dirty flags, check if win partition is GPT, unplug network cable, disable devices, everything in my knowledge, and the slow boot keeps. The only "fix" was using an older BIOS that enables Gigabyte UltraFast Startup, it boots in 3 seconds, but after a few minutes of use I receive a nice BSOD, due to something in my system that needs to be loaded (maybe MCE = machine check exception?) I'll postpone new Windows install, since I need the PC for work. The funny thing is that Windows Performance Recorder show that my boot is made in about 40s when in fact it takes more than 3 minutes unfortunatly, how is that possible? Complete WPR records: WPR - Google Drive Any ideas? Cheers

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  2. jpouza Win User

    NVME slow boot - Untraceable via Windows Performance Recorder?

    Hello everyone.

    Since update 20H2 (W10Pro 19042.964), my boot takes about 3 minutes to enter Windows (it takes too much time to lighten up USB peripherals in load screen), using a Samsung 960Pro nvme disk (health OK).

    I've tried everything: uninstall a lot of startup programs, clean boot, change BIOS to Fast Boot (UEFI), a lot of check disk (chkdsk) commands, enable/disable Fast startup on Windows Power Options, flash older and newer BIOS, /fixmbr, disconnect all USB and HDDs, DDU nvidia drivers, update disk drivers, check disks performances, CSM ON/OFF, check dirty flags, check if win partition is GPT, unplug network cable, disable devices, everything in my knowledge, and the slow boot keeps.

    The only "fix" was using an older BIOS that enables Gigabyte UltraFast Startup, it boots in 3 seconds, but after a few minutes of use I receive a nice BSOD, due to something in my system that needs to be loaded (maybe MCE = machine check exception?)

    I'll postpone new Windows install, since I need the PC for work.

    The funny thing is that Windows Performance Recorder show that my boot is made in about 40s when in fact it takes more than 3 minutes unfortunatly, how is that possible?


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    Complete WPR records: WPR - Google Drive

    Any ideas?

    Cheers
     
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  4. NVME slow boot - Untraceable via Windows Performance Recorder?

    Need help analyzing Windows Performance Recorder ETL file to figure out whats causing slow boot on my SSD

    My computers boot time suddenly doubled and I'm trying to figure out why. Boot time before was 15-20 seconds but now its 50+ seconds. I ran Windows Performance Recorder and I need help analyzing the ETL file. I uploaded it as a zip file to OneDrive.

    What I have tried:

    • Boot time slow with a normal / clean / safe boot no difference between them
    • All drivers up to date on my Asus VIII Hero motherboard and installed the latest bios
    • Turned off fast startup in power options
    • Installed all of the latest Windows 10 updates and upgraded to v1803
    • Firmware up to date on my Samsung 960 Pro NVMe SSD and healthy according to CrystalDiskInfo. Benchmark with CrystalDiskMark were good
    • Ran SFC/Scannow showed no issues

    My system specs:

    • Motherboard: Asus MAXIMUS VIII HERO
    • Processor: i7-6700k
    • Memory: G.SKILL TridentZ RGB 32GB DDR4 3600MHz
    • Graphics Card: EVGA 1080 Ti FTW3
    • SSD: Samsung 960 Pro NVMe M.2 1TB
     
    user3262070, May 4, 2021 at 5:26 PM
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