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Hi,

 

After installing Windows 10 did you install the Windows 10 drivers provided by the manufacture Power X?

https://drive.google...U6FnBIIBsBObwjO


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I do not know specifically that the drivers were installed as above. But, after getting the computer and installation of Windows 10, it worked for about 6 months without any issue. Should i install the drivers again by clicking the link provided sir ?


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If the computer worked for 6 months then the drivers should be ok unless during that time Windows 10 did update from an older version to the 22H2 presently installed.

 

Do a system check, from the Command Prompt running as Administrator execute:

 

sfc /scannow

 

and

 

DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth


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Dear Sir,

 

 I have run sfc/scannow and no windows system integrity errors were found.

 

However, while running the DISM/....., Error 87 is shown.

 

Please find attached the log generated for the same.

 

Kindly advise further.

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Can you post a screenshot of dism with the error please.


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Dear Sir,

 

Today, i had run the same DISM ....and no error found.

Please find attached the screenshot

 

Please advise

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Today, i had run the same DISM ....and no error found.


Good.

 

How old is the SSD and the HDD? Can you temporarily disconnect the HDD to see if it makes any different on the boot time?


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Dear Sir,

 

I may not be able to do the above suggested activity, as i cannot open the system to see the inside connections. If this is the last resort to speed up, i will seek help from some hardware expert who can open the system.

 

By the way the SDD and HDD are new ones and purchased 2 years back and assembled together with Power x mother board.

 

Thank you


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Hi,

 

If the SSD and HDD are new then for the moment the only suggestion I have is to try a Clean boot to see if the slow boot goes away

https://support.micr...EBBD=Windows_10


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Dear Sir,

 

Can you please guide me how to do a clean boot with instructions ?


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Dear Sir,

 

Can you please guide me how to do a clean boot with instructions ?

Click the link on my previous post, it will open a Microsoft guide with the steps you need to do.


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Dear Sir,

 

I did attempt to follow the instructions as per Microsoft link. In the mean time realized that the real problem is with the LG Display monitor, not the PC.

Thanks for sparing your valuable time in replying to the issue faced.

 

The root cause is that LG monitor is taking it's own time to start and issue may lie with the capacitors malfunction inside the monitor


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Hi,

 

Thanks for the update.

 

I'm glad you found the source of the problem :thumbsup:


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Glad to hear that you found what causes the startup slowness too.  :yes:


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