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Windows 7: Fresh Install- 1:57 Boot Time NOT Removable- Soluto

29 Mar 2015   #1
upsidedown8

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Fresh Install- 1:57 Boot Time NOT Removable- Soluto

Specs are HP ProBook G1 with i5 processor and 8gb ram.

Running Windows 7 Pro

I bought this for my mom and it was an open box. Didn't seem to run real smooth out of the box but it's been months and can't return it and it's a sharp unit but the boot was slow. Ran great after fully booted. Went ahead and did a clean install but I'm still getting a slow boot time. I used Soluto and this is what I'm seeing and I don't know where to go from here. They all look like system files that can't be removed.

I've already disabled all I can from MS Config (services, startup and boot)

Soluto shows 37 "REQUIRED" at 1:35 seconds

Windows Services Group (svchost -netsvcs) sec22.5
System sec16.7
Windows Services Group (svchost -localsystemnetworkrestricted)sec10.1
Windows Services Group (svchost -networkservice)sec6.3
Windows Explorersec5.9
Client Server Runtime Process (csrss.exe)sec4.5
Solutosec4.0
Presentation Font Cache (presentationfontcache.exe)sec3.5
Services and Controller appsec3.5
Windows Services Group (svchost -localservicenetworkrestricted)sec2.8
Windows NT Logon Applicationsec1.7
Windows Start-Up Application (wininit.exe)sec1.2
Windows Wireless LAN 802.11 Extensibility Framework (wlanext.exe)sec1.2
Windows Services Group (svchost -DCOMLaunch)sec1.1
Desktop Window Manager (dwm.exe)sec1.0
Windows Modules Installer (trustedinstaller.exe)sec0.9
Windows Problem Reporting (wermgr.exe)sec0.8
Windows Services Group (svchost -localservice)sec0.8
Windows Services Group (svchost -localserviceandnoimpersonation)sec0.6
Windows Services Group (svchost -localservicenonetwork)sec0.6
WMI Provider Host (wmiprvse.exe)sec0.5
Print Spoolersec0.4
Host Process for Windows Taskssec0.4
Microsoft Windows Search Protocol Host (searchprotocolhost.exe)sec0.3
Visual C# Command Line Compiler (csc.exe)sec0.3
Windows Services Group (svchost -DCOMLaunch)sec0.3
DCOM DLL host processsec0.3
Microsoft Windows Search Filter Host (searchfilterhost.exe)sec0.2
Console Window Host (conhost.exe)sec0.2
CTF Loader (ctfmon.exe)sec0.2
Microsoft Synchronization Manager (mobsync.exe)sec0.2
Bluetooth Support Servicesec0.1
Windows Error Reporting Servicesec0.1
Task Scheduler Engine (taskeng.exe)sec< 0.1
Local Session Manager Service (lsm.exe)sec< 0.1
WMI (unsecapp.exe)sec< 0.1
Microsoft Resource File To COFF Object Conversion Utility (cvtres.exe)sec


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29 Mar 2015   #2
upsidedown8

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Also, I've done sfc /scannow
I can boot in safe mode and it works awesome

Just kindof lost on what to do here
My System SpecsSystem Spec
29 Mar 2015   #3
Callender

Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1
 
 

That's not slow for Windows 7. From your list there's nothing that could be disabled that would make a huge difference.

My recent boot times - longest is 1.53 fastest is 1.16 and it's never the same each boot.

Fresh Install- 1:57 Boot Time NOT Removable- Soluto-boot.jpg


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30 Mar 2015   #4
upsidedown8

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I have several other laptops running Win7 Pro with lesser specs (core i3) and they boot much quicker <40

other things that I've done were selected "No GUI Boot", changed timeout seconds from 30 to 3

Any other thoughts? Is there any chance a hardware issue could be the problem? Also, there is nothing connected (usbs, etc...)
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30 Mar 2015   #5
upsidedown8

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Callender- what program is that you're using for boot activity?
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30 Mar 2015   #6
Callender

Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1
 
 
Boot Activity

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by upsidedown8 View Post
Callender- what program is that you're using for boot activity?
It manages startup items, allows you to add your own under the required registry key and to delay launch anything on boot. It's not really recommended unless you are comfortable with advanced settings. The boot times are just pulled from the event log and displayed by the program's GUI.

Thoughts: Patch everything (windows updates, drivers, software) and you could disable WER and Bluetooth from your list but that won't help much.
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30 Mar 2015   #7
gregrocker

 

What AV are you running? Try MSE for best performance.

Confirm everything except MSE and your Synch is unchecked in msconfig>Startup and msconfig>Services (after Hiding All MS Services).

Confirm all Important and Optional Windows Updates are installed, i.e. System is fully patched.

Sometimes a slow hard drive can also slow boot. This can be affected by doing a boot-time defrag with a defragger like Puran, adding full Disk Check and Intelligent Optimizer from Additional Operations tab. Be sure to avoid any add-in when installing Puran, by clicking Cancel when adware is offered.
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