Windows 10: PC needs to be turned on twice in order to boot into Windows

Discus and support PC needs to be turned on twice in order to boot into Windows in Windows 10 Performance & Maintenance to solve the problem; Hello Everyone, My PC needs to be turned on twice in order to boot into windows. When it's turned on the first time, it just displays the windows... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Performance & Maintenance' started by Atharva Satpute, Jul 31, 2020 at 12:52 PM.

  1. PC needs to be turned on twice in order to boot into Windows


    Hello Everyone,


    My PC needs to be turned on twice in order to boot into windows. When it's turned on the first time, it just displays the windows logo and does nothing, but when it's turned on the second time, it boots normally. I've seen other people having the same problem, and they fixed it by going into the windows power options and disabling fast startup, which is the setting that windows recommends. This did in fact, work for me, as after disabling that option, my PC booted perfectly fine upon the first startup. However, it takes my laptop much longer to boot when this option is disabled almost 4X longer.

    So my question is, is there any way to fix this issue with fast startup enabled? Because although my PC doesn't need to be turned on twice in order to boot after that option is disabled, it takes much longer for it to boot into windows. On the other hand, with fast startup enabled, the pc needs to be turned on twice, but It'll boot much faster upon starting it up the second time.

    How can I fix this?


    Thanks in Advance.

    :)
     
    Atharva Satpute, Jul 31, 2020 at 12:52 PM
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  2. twice turn on pc on win 10 pro 10240

    hi,

    I have to turn on pc twice in order to boot os windows 10

    it is problem with win 10 or my pc !?

    lp,
     
  3. need to select sleep buttton or menu twice

    Hi,

    This might be caused by services or programs that could be interfering or causing the changes in the system.

    We suggest that your start your PC in safe mode to start your PC with minimal drivers. While in safe mode, try to replicate the issue and check if the issue persists. We also suggest that you perform a clean boot to verify that there are no startup programs
    or services that could be causing the issue.

    Refer to the following support articles for steps on how to start your PC in safe mode, and how to perform a clean boot:


    Let us know how it turns out.
     
  4. Brink Win User

    PC needs to be turned on twice in order to boot into Windows

    Restore Windows Photo Viewer in Windows 10  


    Hello Bruce, and welcome to Ten Forums. PC needs to be turned on twice in order to boot into Windows :)

    If you use OPTION ONE or step 2 in OPTION TWO, it won't be listed twice, but it won't include the sort order fix.

    If you use step 3 in OPTION TWO, it will be listed twice, but will include the sort order fix.
     
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