MagicAndre1981

Trace Windows 7 boot/shutdown/hibernate/standby/resume issues

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read the older topics. some users fixed it by setting a fixed pagefile size, some by changing some registry values.

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Hi

I have used the tutorial on post 1 to do a trace of my shutdown and produce a XML file (attached). It takes about 5-10 minutes for the PC to shut down. Its a Toshiba C660 Laptop which is fairly new.

Frrom what I can see the delay is in ENDSHELL, GPCLIENT and PROFSVC.

Not entirely sure but I think the main cause is PROFSVC which is the user profile service but I am a bit stuck.

Can anyone advise further ?

thanks

summary_shutdown.xml

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looks like you have notepad open and this takes 5min to close. Also the gpscript.exe hangs. Which group policies do you apply?

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looks like you have notepad open and this takes 5min to close. Also the gpscript.exe hangs. Which group policies do you apply?

something strange just checked task manager and three notepad.exe running but only in processes, not opened notepad.exe today.

there is a logoff GP but I dont seem to be in it.

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Hi Jon,

Reading the data from the hibernation file takes 86 seconds and writing the data takes 116 seconds. Do you run the Intel X25-M 160GB in AHCI or IDE mode?

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@MagicAndre - Thanks! I'm not certain, but it looks like I was in ATA mode. I installed the latest AHCI drivers and times are down to 37 second read / 87 write. Does that sound about as good as it's going to get? I'm happy with it, but uploaded logs to https://skydrive.live.com/redir.aspx?cid=8709d7dd459c3276&resid=8709D7DD459C3276!582 in case you'd like to look.

Thanks again! I love using Hibernate, this will really help!

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this is still too long. Do you use the latest firmware for your Intel SSD?

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I checked, Intel SSD tools says it's got the latest firmware (2CV102M3) and Crystal Disk Info shows the disk's in good health. I've also reduced the hibernation file size to 50% (8GB) - maybe hibernation with this much RAM (16GB) is trouble?

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The user BKeadle also has the slow hibernation read/write issue with a SSD in a laptop. Because I don't use a SSD I have no experience. Do you have other performance issues? Maybe the alignment of the SSD is wrong and causes the slowness.

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bootDoneViaPostBoot="37328" bootDoneViaExplorer="16528">

16.5 seconds to get to desktop..27 seconds full boot

BAM! :lol:

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Good values. Check the 10s interval. Go to the process lifetime graph, select the interval and look at the summary table to see which programs are started. Now look if you need all of them.

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yes not bad for a non ssd setup..i have a i7 processor but its downclocked to 1.2 all the time.

In the summary table..are the values for the duration in Milliseconds?

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drag the starttime column to the left side before "Process" to sort the view by starttime.

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Hi,

my WIndows 7 takes forever to boot, so I found this howto. The boot trace says that fltmgr.sys delays the start about 50s.

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I searched for hours, but couldn't find anything related to my problem. Any suggestions?

Thank you in advance!

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