Win 10 takes a very long time to boot, although I have an SSD. After installing the system, it took about 30 seconds, but now the process can take up to 10 minutes. I use KMS and even excluded half of the services and programs from startup and execution, but the effect did not work. I tried to delete the CCM through it and put it again. Did not help. I did the same with Nvidia drivers and Avast antivirus. Which, by the way, does not load itself despite the enabled autoload. Can you please tell me what can be done? Can I send in any reports about the system, or if there is no advice, what is the fastest way to reinstall the system? Thanks!
Hello Sergey! 10 minutes to turn on the operating system is an incredible result, which speaks at least about the occurrence of any actual, possibly physical, problems.
Of course, it is not possible to resolve this issue 'on the fly', so please clarify:
- After what events did you notice that the system turns on longer than usual?
- Have you tried restoring the system before the occurrence of these freezes?
- Was the SSD checked for bad sectors and errors, at least with the 'CHKDSK' utility, what are the results?
- Has the operating system been checked by the 'sfc / scannow' scanner?
- Please send screenshots of 'Aida64' diagnostics.
After providing this information, it will be possible to determine the range of further actions.
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