As the title says, my Windows 7 takes forever to boot (3 - 5 minutes) to boot with an SSD. From the motherboard splash screen it goes directly to the Windows bootscreen and sits there for maybe 2 - 3 minutes, then the computer goes into "hibernation" and my screens goes into power saving mode. It sits there for another 2 - 3 minutes before it finally shows the desktop.
However, it's only the boot time that's been increased, games and programs on the SSD run with the same speed as usual.
I have tried to boot up in safe mode but it stops at "CLASSPNP.SYS" and wont move for maybe 5 minutes.
I tried using the Startup Repair Tool but it can't fix the problem.
ACHI is activated and the drivers
are up to date, for both the SSD and Windows.
I have attached the bootlog to this thread(It's extremely long).
I appreciate any help on this matter, it's been like this for almost two months and it's driving me crazy.
EDIT: I should probably add that rebooting does not take long at all. It takes around 20 seconds.