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Posted · Original PosterOP

Oki doki Guys n Girls, 

 

My brain hurts. WHY would my system go from (i shit you not) 3 second boot into windows to lagging on the windows circle for a good 20 seconds now!

 

I'm running an Asus z370 tuf gaming plus motherboard

Intel 8086k

Trident z 3200mhz

MSI R9  390x 8gb ( i know i've got kids and im poor i was lucky to get all the new build parts as it was ....another $1200 on a gpu my wife would kill me)

 

boot drive is a samsung 970 evo plus 250gb

 

I cant think of anything specific that i've installed or done that would have caused this slow down in boot....

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4 minutes ago, SINCLR said:

Oki doki Guys n Girls, 

 

My brain hurts. WHY would my system go from (i shit you not) 3 second boot into windows to lagging on the windows circle for a good 20 seconds now!

 

I'm running an Asus z370 tuf gaming plus motherboard

Intel 8086k

Trident z 3200mhz

MSI R9  390x 8gb ( i know i've got kids and im poor i was lucky to get all the new build parts as it was ....another $1200 on a gpu my wife would kill me)

 

boot drive is a samsung 970 evo plus 250gb

 

I cant think of anything specific that i've installed or done that would have caused this slow down in boot....

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Is your Bios completely updated?


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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 minutes ago, Boinbo said:

Is your Bios completely updated?

yup - not a "new" build -  has been running fine for gosh at least a month since i put the evo in and did a clean install 

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Just now, SINCLR said:

yup - not a "new" build -  has been running fine for gosh at least a month since i put the evo in and did a clean install 

I mean, windows boot time depends on your SSD/HDD iirc. So in that case, it would be either your ssd is freaking out, or it doesn't work well with your motherboard.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
5 minutes ago, Boinbo said:

Is your Bios completely updated?

could this be something to do with windows 1903?

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1 minute ago, SINCLR said:

could this be something to do with windows 1903?

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, Boinbo said:

I mean, windows boot time depends on your SSD/HDD iirc. So in that case, it would be either your ssd is freaking out, or it doesn't work well with your motherboard.

yeah it's been fine for ages now hmmmmm im sure the samsung software tests it,....hold plz

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1 minute ago, SINCLR said:

yeah it's been fine for ages now hmmmmm im sure the samsung software tests it,....hold plz

I'm getting a few people from my discord chat to come, they could help you out as well.


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how much space do you have free on the SSD?

have you checked that the bios settings have not been changed

have you installed a windows update if so wich one and what OS Build do you have 


 
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3 minutes ago, Norwegiantweaker said:

how much space do you have free on the SSD?

have you checked that the bios settings have not been changed

have you installed a windows update if so wich one and what OS Build do you have 

just updated samsung firmware - no effect.  

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1 minute ago, SINCLR said:

to be fair i have noticed all those issues but i havent given them much thought. windows did something weird the other day and installed some updates even tho i thought i had turned all that shit off


 
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1 minute ago, Norwegiantweaker said:

to be fair i have noticed all those issues but i havent given them much thought. windows did something weird the other day and installed some updates even tho i thought i had turned all that shit off

so frustrating - going from 3 second boot to ....imo....slower than mechanical drive boot!

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so frustrating - going from 3 second boot to ....imo....slower than mechanical drive boot!

do you reboot that often that its an actual issue ?. you could probably fix it but youd probably end up messing something else up along the way xD ive learned that the hard way when it comes to win 10 probably reinstalled os 6 times the past 50 days


 
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15 minutes ago, Norwegiantweaker said:

do you reboot that often that its an actual issue ?. you could probably fix it but youd probably end up messing something else up along the way xD ive learned that the hard way when it comes to win 10 probably reinstalled os 6 times the past 50 days

not really, but once you go black you don't go back ya know lol 

 

tell me about it, these "plug and play" m.2 drives are a joke, there was no way once you plug it in to get back into windows to use their clone software to move your os over!

 

I think i went through fresh install like 3 times before i was happy

 

plug and play my ass 

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18 hours ago, SINCLR said:

yup - not a "new" build -  has been running fine for gosh at least a month since i put the evo in and did a clean install 

Is the ssd full?


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18 hours ago, SINCLR said:

yeah it's been fine for ages now hmmmmm im sure the samsung software tests it,....hold plz

Boot time is dependent on what the OS loads, Intel ReadyMode, UEFI mode, hard drive in SATA AHCI or RAID(RST NVme) mode, and a few other variables.

 

That Samsung application says it's using the Samsung NVMe driver, so I don't think that's the issue. The OS probably wouldn't even boot if the UEFI setting was changed. That just leaves probably ReadyMode or "initialize all hardware at boot" instead of a quick boot setting in the BIOS.

 

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