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MagicAndre1981

Trace Windows 7 boot/shutdown/hibernate/standby/resume issues

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reading the hiberfile.sys takes a long time (752 seconds):

hiberread="752062000" 

Please apply the Performance restauration Firmware to your Samsung SSD 840 EVO 500G:

 

https://www.samsung.com/global/business/semiconductor/minisite/SSD/global/html/support/downloads.html

 

Does this improve it?

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reading the hiberfile.sys takes a long time (752 seconds):

hiberread="752062000" 

Please apply the Performance restauration Firmware to your Samsung SSD 840 EVO 500G:

 

https://www.samsung.com/global/business/semiconductor/minisite/SSD/global/html/support/downloads.html

 

Does this improve it?

The trace was actually made after i did that. I also installed some of the hotfixes (not the one regarding to the large disks, both disks in the system are 500GB).

I also did a defrag with consolidating free space, after i removed the hiberfile. Then i activated hibernate again, to no avail...

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update the BIOS and install the latest AHCI driver. 

Done and done, sadly no difference :(.

 

The fun thing is: i had a fresh install due to the addition of the SSD to the system. Before that hibernate has always worked.

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I don't have this Samsung SSD (only Crucial MX100 and the older Samsung 830 and with both I don't have such a delay). Do you have a a 2nd PC/Laptop where you can insert the SSD and test if it also happens there?

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I'm hoping I can get some answers and fix my SUPER slow boot time (15 mins!). I've done a few things found in forums including this one, but honestly a lot of it is over my head and nothing has helped so far. I'm not computer illiterate, but I'm also no programmer, so please bare with me. :}

 

Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit

2.20GHz VISION Technology from AMD with AMD Athlon II Dual-Core Processor

 

I've done a boot trace and attached the summary file....can someone read it for me and tell me (in layman's terms) what to do?? TIA!

 

OH and I also tried the tips on "How to speed up boot process under Windows Vista or Windows 7".

summary_boot.xml

Edited by hllewis

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I need the ETL file to see more details.

 

xbootmgr -trace boot -traceFlags BASE+LATENCY+DISK_IO_INIT+DISPATCHER+FILE_IO+FILENAME+POWER -stackwalk profile+CSwitch+ReadyThread+DiskReadInit+DiskWriteInit  -resultPath C:\TEMP

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Ok done, but the file is too big for upload?

Also some updates were done during the reboot so let me know if you need it redone.

Thanks so much for your help.

 

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compress the ETL file as zip/RAR, upload the zip to a cloud service (OneDrive, dropbox, or a 1 Click Hoster like Zippyshare.com) and post a link here.

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ok, in WinlogonInit Phase the function UpdatePerUserSystemParameters takes over 300s to finish.

 

But the underlaying issue is your 320GB 5400RPM WD3200BEVT-60A23T0 HDD. It is busy all the time. Replace it with a SSD.

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THANK YOU! I'll replace and see how it goes. Can the function UpdatePerUserSystemParameters be changed or deleted?

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no, this is a normal Windows function. Your slow 5400rpm drive slows down the system too much.

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@MagicAndre1981:

 

Firstly, thanks for your help everyone.

 

I have dual windows: Server2003 (NT5.2) and Win7. 

NT5's boot time is quick (it's very lightweight. Lovely!).

NT6's boot time more spend long. (Before, I tried Win8.x. Both it's same.)

 

I did trace to Win7 with xbootmgr. I can't solve why slowing of NT6.

Could you analyze my ETL file?

Edited by ilkertezcan

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your HDD is busy during boot. This is the bootleneck. It's time for a SSD.

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