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Windows 7 x64 slow boot


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Rlyeh

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I've been having problems with Windows 7 booting very slow, rebooting is quick. Been following the advice in http://www.msfn.org/...yresume-issues/

However xperf won't convert my current etl file to xml, saying there is 40982 Events lost.
https://skydrive.liv...AKU-3eoAz-ajpB8

One I did convert shows PreSMSS taking over 200k ms.


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MagicAndre1981

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starting the Western Digital WD VelociRaptor WD3000HLFS takes a lot of time. Next reading the NTFS meta data is slow. Connect the HDD to a different port and make sure you use AHCI.
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Sorry, no difference. Was already using AHCI. Checked the HD with chkdsk and no errors, nor in event viewer.

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to which ports do you connect the HDD? Is this a port from the chipset or a extra SATA chip ?
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Think its the chipset, it (and a second HDD) are plugged into the SATA 2 ports on the main board, GA-X58A-UD5 rev 1 http://www.gigabyte....spx?pid=3304#ov

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the board has 3 different controllers (in chipset, JMiron and Marvel). Try all ports/controllers and look if this makes a difference.
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