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Trace why Windows 8 boots, shutsdown or hibernates slowly


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you read the XML correctly. It is the ATI card:

- resumecritical="61091598" hiberwrite="5897000" hiberpageswritten="157341" hiberread="6260000" resume="67596000">

Resume takes 67s and most time is spend on resuming the ATI card:

<device start="116757154" duration="59921764" name="PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_6821&SUBSYS_C0E6144D&REV_00\4&383e238c&0&0008">  <driver start="116865644" duration="59813256" name="\Driver\amdkmdap" /> 

Your atikmdag.sys is version 8.01.01.1331. Try the 13.12 WHQL driver.

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you read the XML correctly. It is the ATI card:

- resumecritical="61091598" hiberwrite="5897000" hiberpageswritten="157341" hiberread="6260000" resume="67596000">

Resume takes 67s and most time is spend on resuming the ATI card:

<device start="116757154" duration="59921764" name="PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_6821&SUBSYS_C0E6144D&REV_00\4&383e238c&0&0008">  <driver start="116865644" duration="59813256" name="\Driver\amdkmdap" /> 

Your atikmdag.sys is version 8.01.01.1331. Try the 13.12 WHQL driver.

thanks for reading it! the existing version was provided by Samsung, and that worked till the past few days when it started giving problems. and yet i did not make any changes to the drivers at all.

i've tried 13.12 but the issue does not resolve unfortunately.

would turning hibernation off be viable?

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try to disable the AMD before entering hibernation. Is it faster?

unfortunately when i disable the AMD card, the computer goes into some sort of safe mode, so it can't work out. this is driving me crazy haha

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I'm trying to use this trace to figure out why my PC cannot shut down or sleep or hibernate. It shuts the applications and the screen off but it will not shut the fans or the power button.

_However_ it does reboot.

Unfortunately the shutdown trace is essentially a reboot so that works flawlessly. The standby trace reproduces the issue, which results in me needing to hard reset by holding down the power button. Unfortunately when I restart the ETL files are empty..

Any ideas on how I can overcome this?

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the shutdown of skype is a bit long (10s):

<shutdownProcess name="Skype.exe" shutdownStartTime="220" shutdownEndTime="10791" processEndTime="10776" shutdownDuration="10571" shutdownLevel="4" shutdownFlags="74243" /> 

LogMeIn seems to hang:

- <unresponsiveServices numUnresponsiveServices="1">  <unresponsiveService name="LogMeIn" />   </unresponsiveServices>

the rest seams to be ok.

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hi all,

my computer start very slowly.

<timing bootDoneViaExplorer="123687" bootDoneViaPostBoot="251487" osLoaderDuration="1675"

i'm hoping you can help me.

screenshot of etl file and xml file are here

https://www.dropbox.com/s/m6vfornubry81ks/Screenshot%202014-01-09%2021.05.57.png

https://www.dropbox.com/s/9dn7ck19am7oui0/summary_boot.xml

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hi all,

my computer start very slowly.

<timing bootDoneViaExplorer="123687" bootDoneViaPostBoot="251487" osLoaderDuration="1675"

i'm hoping you can help me.

screenshot of etl file and xml file are here

on the picture I can see that the Disk is busy all the time. So it looks like the disk is the bottleneck.

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