MagicAndre1981

How to speed up boot process under Windows Vista or Windows 7

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Hi,

First of all, thanks for the tips MagicAndre1981, I followed your speed up guide and got something like 30% of boot time reduction.

I have a doubt, i found that the c:\Windows\Prefetch\ReadyBoot have only the TraceX.fx files before i run the xbootmgr command, after that i found a lot of files inside this dir, named as fxboot_xxxxx. Only after running the xbootmgr I found these optimization files. Would you know why Microsoft didnt programmed Windows to optimeze itself (i mean automatically)?

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Windows does it itself. ReadyBoot learn from each boot. But sometimes you must force this learning.

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It's working for me. Windows 7 loads faster. But I did a boot trace to see If there is something else I can do to improve the boot time

BTW, at first I was getting this message:

boottraceerror.png

And the solution to that message was to disable Windows Search Service.

This is my boot trace: ...

MagicAndre1981, i hope you can help me to see if there is something slowing down my boot time :unsure:

Cheers!

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hi,

your Windows boot is extremely slow

timing bootDoneViaExplorer="91085" bootDoneViaPostBoot="213285" 

it needs 91s to boot to the desktop and 203s to boot completely!

interval name="PreSMSS" startTime="0" endTime="15588" duration="15588">

The "Controladora RAID VIA VT8237" takes 11s to initialize.

<interval name="WinlogonInit" startTime="31173" endTime="69873" duration="38700">

login to your user profile is slow (8s). and starting the services is slow:

services autoStartStartTime="38101" autoStartEndTime="135373" autoStartDuration="97272">

I can see that the Microsoft SQL Server Express service start slowly. Do you need the SQL server? Next the SBSDWSCService ("C:\Program Files\Spybot - Search & Destroy\) is slow. remove this crapware. You have NOD32, this is enough.

After removing those services, start the optimization again and remove the Warez (NODLogin) from your PC and buy NOD32 ;)

And also don't use Raxco PerfectDisk, only the integrated defrag tool. Also remove Comodo, it also slows down the PC. Use AutoRuns to disable all unneeded tools from automatic startup.

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Hello MagicAndre1981,

Thanks for your reply. I've followed your recommendations and this is my new boot trace: ....

It's better now, but It comes to my attention those three files: csc.sys, mup.sys and fltmgr.sys

Why are they taking so long to startup :blink:

Do you think I can still do some changes to improve my boot time ?

:rolleyes:

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the boot is faster:

timing bootDoneViaExplorer="78685" bootDoneViaPostBoot="150985"

79s to desktop and 140s to finish completely.

You disabled Superfetch which disables all boot improvements. Enable it and run the optimization again.

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Oki doki MagicAndre1981 :thumbup Will do that and see how it goes :w00t: Thanks for taking the time to help me :hello:

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and? is the boot now faster after turning Superfetch on and running the optimization?

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You won't believe this, I can't start Sperfetch Service, :wacko:

It gives me this error:

"Windows could not start the Superfetch service on Local Computer.

Error 2: The system cannot find the file specified."

superfetcherror.png

:blink::unsure: I'm trying to figure out what's causing that, but no luck yet :(

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start the command prompt (cmd.exe) with admin rights and run sfc /scannow to fix missing and broken system files.

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It seems like that didn't do the trick :unsure: Will try something else tomorrow to fix that issue. Thanks again MagicAndre1981. I will let you know once I find a solution.

Cheers!

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Positve man, the file is there :unsure: And Superfetch service won't start :} Maybe I should backup and make a clean install :(

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