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Please, zip the boot trace before you upload it. I don't have a super fast Internet connection :(

 

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I hope ive done this right, and thank you again for your help


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Please, zip the boot trace before you upload it. I don't have a super fast Internet connection :(

 

<script type="text/javascript"> //</script>Not sure why but seems to have gone to another page.


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Ok, I'm downloading the file.

Did you see what value is in this registry key ? "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager\BootExecute" https://jpst.it/10HS8


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Ok, I'm downloading the file.

Did you see what value is in this registry key ? "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager\BootExecute" https://jpst.it/10HS8

 

<script type="text/javascript"> //</script>I sent you a screenshot of it.


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Your problem seems to be caused by your USB disk () https://jpst.it/10KiB

 

When I look to your system configuration I see 3 Disks. The Third one (E:\)  seems to be a USB disk (WD My Book 1140 USB Device). https://jpst.it/10Kju

 

The OS is trying to verifiy this disk ! Did this disk contain any OS partition ?

 

To be fixed about that, remove this disk and try a system boot and see if i twill be better…


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Your problem seems to be caused by your USB disk () https://jpst.it/10KiB

 

When I look to your system configuration I see 3 Disks. The Third one (E:\)  seems to be a USB disk (WD My Book 1140 USB Device). https://jpst.it/10Kju

 

The OS is trying to verifiy this disk ! Did this disk contain any OS partition ?

 

To be fixed about that, remove this disk and try a system boot and see if i twill be better…


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Your problem seems to be caused by your USB disk () https://jpst.it/10KiB

 

When I look to your system configuration I see 3 Disks. The Third one (E:\)  seems to be a USB disk (WD My Book 1140 USB Device). https://jpst.it/10Kju

 

The OS is trying to verifiy this disk ! Did this disk contain any OS partition ?

 

To be fixed about that, remove this disk and try a system boot and see if i twill be better…

 

<script type="text/javascript"> //</script>My book live is network device and not usb but I do have a 3tb western digital hard drive which is usb


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Remove all external storage and do a test.
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Remove all external storage and do a test.

 

<script type="text/javascript"> //</script>Hi I removed the usb western digital and my boot time has gone back to 23 seconds your a genius thank you, is there a way of making my boot time stay the same with the usb plugged in?


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Good news :)

 

Which usb drive did you removed the E: drive or the F: drive or both ? 

 

Can you take a snapshot of the Disk manager https://jpst.it/10Ld1

 

it will help me if you take another boot trace while your usb disk is removed (Do not enable Registry I/O in the Windows Performance Recorder ) ...


Edited by zinoub, 01 July 2017 - 11:09 AM.

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Good news :)

 

Which usb drive did you removed the E: drive or the F: drive or both ? 

 

Can you take a snapshot of the Disk manager https://jpst.it/10Ld1

 

it will help me if you take another boot trace while your usb disk is removed (Do not enable Registry I/O in the Windows Performance Recorder ) ...

 

<script type="text/javascript"> //</script>I removed both usb drives but left the my book live as it is not usb only network, yes will try and do another boot trace for you and snap shot of disk manager


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Good news :)

 

Which usb drive did you removed the E: drive or the F: drive or both ? 

 

Can you take a snapshot of the Disk manager https://jpst.it/10Ld1

 

it will help me if you take another boot trace while your usb disk is removed (Do not enable Registry I/O in the Windows Performance Recorder ) ...

 

<script type="text/javascript"> //</script>I removed both usb drives but left the my book live as it is not usb only network, yes will try and do another boot trace for you and snap shot of disk manager

 

 

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Ok. So you have 2 internals disks. I didn't see My Book disk !

 

How did you access this disk ? I guess you is it for backup purpose !

 

And for what purpose you need the 2 other usb disks ? did you need them connected when you boot your PC ?

 

 

I guess 


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Ok. So you have 2 internals disks. I didn't see My Book disk !

 

How did you access this disk ? I guess you is it for backup purpose !

 

And for what purpose you need the 2 other usb disks ? did you need them connected when you boot your PC ?

 

 

I guess 

 

<script type="text/javascript"> //</script>Yes one is my ssd © is for o/s only and the other (D) is where I put my other programs and store pics etc, the other external drive are not normally in all the time as the western digital is mainly for back up (E) and (F) are just usb external drives, my book live only shows in my network.


Edited by nitram1962, 01 July 2017 - 12:16 PM.

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can you plug your WD disk and run scan disk to check if there is any error ?

The command is " chkdsk /R "

 

When done, take a snapshot and send me it.

 

While your WD disk is plugged, go to Explorer-> My PC -> click properties -> System protection. And take a snapshot, I'd like to know if sytem protection is activated for disk E:\


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