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windows 10 takes too much time to load

EryX6
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Ok so it wasn't always like this, but my windows machine takes too much time to boot, I'm running the OS on a FakeRAID-0 of 2 ssd's and for the last 3 month's all was good- the system would boot from pressing the power button to a working windows in about 15 seconds which is an improvement from just 1 ssd who booted the system in about 20 seconds, but lately the time it takes the system to boot is near 1:30 minutes(when i say long boot i mean the windows 10 logo with the spinning loading symbol is taking at least a minute and 10-15 seconds... the other 10-15 seconds comes from the mobo logo and raid setup screen)

I don't know what the problem might be so i tried to test the raid in Crystalmark and got this results:

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i figure something is not right with the drives since i also tested the single ssd i have which i used to be booting the system from and got this results:

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the single drive results are much better then the raid-0 ones..

 

do i have a problem in one of my drives that's causing the long boot time?

my FakeRAID-0 drives are - https://www.amazon.com/SanDisk-240GB-2-5-Inch-SDSSDA-240G-G25-Version-x/dp/B00S9Q9VS4

and the single ssd i tested in comparison is this - https://www.amazon.com/SanDisk-120GB-2-5-Inch-SDSSDA-120G-G25-Version-x/dp/B00S9Q9UKS

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2 hours ago, EryX6 said:

another bump...

SMART Status of the drives in RAID?

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8 hours ago, SenpaiKaplan said:

SMART Status of the drives in RAID?

all are healthy and OK..

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8 hours ago, EryX6 said:

all are healthy and OK..

I've never heard of Fake Raid-0 but I would imagine theres an issue with one or both of your drives in the array; especially since they seem a bit old. Before I go and blame hardware, try running System Ninja and see how much it finds to delete (and delete it all, of course)

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