MagicAndre1981

Trace why Windows 8 boots, shutsdown or hibernates slowly

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I have a hp pavilion dv6 3150. The motherboard is hp motherboard 1448. I have already installed the latest bios version (several months ago) and there is no new version.

So, i looked at the resumedevices and i'm sending you only the longest entries (the others are less than 1us)

<resumedevices start="47838140" duration="842873">
<device start="48181104" duration="499405" name="PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_68C1&SUBSYS_1448103C&REV_00\4&e4d6fac&0&0018">
<driver start="48398585" duration="281922" name="\Driver\amdkmdap" />
<driver start="48181134" duration="203773" name="\Driver\ACPI" />
<driver start="48384908" duration="13676" name="\Driver\pci" />
</device>
<device start="48180940" duration="405076" name="ACPI\PNP0C0A\1">
<driver start="48180974" duration="405032" name="\Driver\ACPI" />
</device>
<device start="48181028" duration="227372" name="PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_3B3C&SUBSYS_1448103C&REV_05\3&11583659&0&D0">
<driver start="48181077" duration="202502" name="\Driver\ACPI" />
<driver start="48383580" duration="20445" name="\Driver\pci" />
<driver start="48404027" duration="4372" name="\Driver\usbehci" />
</device>
<device start="48181068" duration="222698" name="PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_3B34&SUBSYS_1448103C&REV_05\3&11583659&0&E8">
<driver start="48181107" duration="202585" name="\Driver\ACPI" />
<driver start="48383692" duration="15639" name="\Driver\pci" />
<driver start="48399332" duration="4433" name="\Driver\usbehci" />
</device>
<device start="48180936" duration="203107" name="ACPI\ACPI0003\2&daba3ff&1">
<driver start="48180965" duration="203074" name="\Driver\ACPI" />
</device>
<device start="48181181" duration="202794" name="ACPI\PNP0B00\4&277cfe7e&0">
<driver start="48181199" duration="202774" name="\Driver\ACPI" />
</device>
<device start="47855888" duration="199888" name="ACPI_HAL\PNP0C08\0">
<driver start="47855894" duration="199879" name="\Driver\ACPI" />
</device>
<device start="48056401" duration="124259" name="PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_3B44&SUBSYS_1448103C&REV_05\3&11583659&0&E1">
<driver start="48056482" duration="124173" name="\Driver\pci" />
</device>
<device start="48056389" duration="124045" name="PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_3B42&SUBSYS_1448103C&REV_05\3&11583659&0&E0">
<driver start="48056469" duration="123960" name="\Driver\pci" />
</device>
<device start="48056378" duration="123953" name="PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_3B64&SUBSYS_1448103C&REV_06\3&11583659&0&B0">
</device>
<device start="48056309" duration="123943" name="PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_D138&SUBSYS_1448103C&REV_11\3&11583659&0&18">
<driver start="48056413" duration="123832" name="\Driver\pci" />
</device>
<device start="48056410" duration="108221" name="PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_2448&SUBSYS_1448103C&REV_A5\3&11583659&0&F0">
<driver start="48056906" duration="107719" name="\Driver\pci" />
</device>

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can you compress the ETL file and upload it?

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hm, I had the same issue in WIndows 7 and the fix was to disable the hibernation file and defrag the HDD. Give this try

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Ok, i'll do it and tell you the results. ;)

Update: Ok i did that but nothing changed, The boot speed is exactly the same as before

Edited by jimdem
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Hello,

I am having trouble with a slow boot on a Sony vaio SA laptop using an SSD and I am also getting a slow resume speed.

I have attached my start up log any ideas?

James

Edited by encephalartos
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you made a normal boot.


<timing bootDoneViaExplorer="21912" bootDoneViaPostBoot="35612"

Windows boots in 21.9s to the Startscreen/desktop and is fully booted in 25.6s.

I can see that the service Function discovery takes over 9s to start:


<serviceTransition name="FDResPub" group="" transition="start" totalTransitionTimeDelta="9809

Have you tried the fast startup? this should solve the long service start issue, the suspend/resume is much faster.

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I have looked around online and done what I can and it looks like fast boot is enabled so could it be my system that does not like it?

James

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you used the wrong command. Your command did a normal boot. Use the fastStartup command at the end of the guide. Also make sure fastStartup is enabled in the power option.

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it is much faster, not only a little.


<timing bootDoneViaExplorer="10350" bootDoneViaPostBoot="22950" postBootDisturbance="2600"

Windows boots in 10.4s to the UI and is fully booted in 12.9s.

the longest delay is resuming the VSNService, which takes 4.7s and causes most of the time your system takes to resume (9.8s)


<interval name="SystemResume" startTime="27042" endTime="36819" duration="9777">

<suspendservices start="5897760" duration="4723872" totalChildrenDuration="4723719">
<service start="5918982" duration="4644958" name="VSNService" />

Do you need this special VAIO Utility? if not disable it.

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Thanks you very much for your time,

the vaio boot thing controls most of my butters and stamina/speed switch so I would need to see what happens when i disable it

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Can you help me why my windows 8 boot slow when I enabled Fast Boot. I use acer aspire 4755G with 8gb ram and SSD 120GB

Boot XML - https://skydrive.live.com/redir?resid=14FCB212EC558DF5!418&authkey=!AFQZY6147Bl3ZaI

Hibernate XML - https://skydrive.live.com/redir?resid=14FCB212EC558DF5!419&authkey=!AA2UcSBybl-ZWVA

Shutdown XML - https://skydrive.live.com/redir?resid=14FCB212EC558DF5!417&authkey=!ACG8Vl0kqkF-q1g

Thanks before

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looks like the reading of the hibernation file is slow:


hiberread="77696000"

your Hitachi Travelstar 5K250 160GB is not the fastest HDD.

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