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Windows 8.1 boot INSANLY long

  1. #1

    Windows 8.1 boot INSANLY long


    Hey, I have SSD and boot from end of moving circle to loging screen was taking 1-2 seconds, and now it takes 1-2 MINUTES! And he dont wake up from hibernation even after 10 min! After login in it's working fine. I was trying a lot, and I suppose it may be caused by bluetooth driver update(which makes BSOD at boot - it forced me to disable it in bios and uninstall drivers).
    I did:
    Optimization, cleaning registry, sfc /scannow, defragmentation, scaning for viruses, switching to local account, clean start, bios default and much more - that gives me nothing. ;/
    I don't know why but if I disconnect second hard drive, it works fine(this drive isn't new it's in computer since windows install). Anyway yesterday(when I did inter alia bluetoth update, all works fine).

    Thanks for any ideas how to fix it.

    Some logs attached
    Windows 8.1 boot INSANLY long Attached Files
    Last edited by lolkowatylol; 11 Apr 2015 at 10:53.

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    I deleted "System Volume Information" folder in my second drive aaaaaaaaand problem is gone.
    I used program named "delete doctor" to shedshule delete at reboot.
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    Thank you myself
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  4. #4


    Ok I was wrong... ;/
    But it once start properly with the second drive
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    Toronto, Canada. Born in the U.K.
    Posts : 691
    Win 10 Pro + Win 7 Ult SP1 (x64)


    First thing to do is stop using registry cleaners such as Delete Doctor as all they do is mess the system up.
    The second thing to try is System Restore to see if you can go back to before all this started.

    Press the Windows key + R and type rstrui.exe and OK any prompts and go from there.

    If that fails to help try a system file check: SFC /SCANNOW Command - Run in Windows 8
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    Delete Doctor is a program to shedhue removing files at startup. READ I was using sfc. And I did system restore it gaves me nothing
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    Toronto, Canada. Born in the U.K.
    Posts : 691
    Win 10 Pro + Win 7 Ult SP1 (x64)


    Delete Doctor and programs like that remove more than they say they will remove. Never trust them.
    Check if any hardware is attached that may be interfering with the boot process, also make sure memory sticks are in their sockets soundly.
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  8. #8


    By now only restart takes long. Evrything other going smoth.
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