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Windows 7: Boot time ~15mins

10 May 2015   #1

Win 7 Professional N
Boot time ~15mins


For some weeks I have a strange problem with the system. Initially it was a problem that the resolution was reduced to 640x480 - so on, just without any update, etc., have restored the system a few days ago, reinstall the drivers for my graphics card well and like everything okay, but but the next day I turn on the PC, I see bios, loading bar system, waiting for 'welcome' and nothing ... I see a black screen, the monitor works but no display, rebooted the PC and here we go again, I went to do something else came back after 10-15 minutes, and there I see desktop loaded and everything is normal as if nothing had happened so I ignored the issue. The next day, I noticed that the 'welcome' appears precisely in those 10-15 minutes, 'something' cause long boot the system. I've seen similar topics, but nowhere the start was not so long.

My guess is that the format C would help me, but I am looking for another solution. Any ideas?

(Ps. Sorry for my eng ;x)

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10 May 2015   #2

W7 home premium 32bit/W7HP 64bit/w10 tp insider ring

Hi Tomi,
according to system specs you dont have an AV GET ONE.
After youve got 1 run a scan and also get Malwarebytes.
RUN a full scan with both of them.

Check that youve got the latest Bios, be carefull when/if you have to update it.

then go
Controlpanel>Admintools>SystemConfig>Services>Tick the hide MS services>investigate whats left

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10 May 2015   #3

Win 7 Professional N

Well, I scanned the PC 3 hours (without comment please: D) and did not detect anything and nothing.
Microsoft Security Essentials - nothing
CCleaner - everything okay
Malwarebytes - did not help
MSConfig - I used even in basic services

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12 May 2015   #4

Win 7 Professional N

Okay, after change the graphics card to another (from 5450 to 5670), the problem still is, but when i uninstalled the graphics driver PC switched on normally - about a minute. After installing new drivers the problem came back ...
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12 May 2015   #5

Windows 7 32 bit

Can you get drivers from the manufacturer of the video card that are a version or two back? There may be a code regression in the new drivers where the old ones may work.
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