Windows 10 - Slow Boot

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  1. frizzl

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    Hey guys,

    Recently was having some BSOD issues with my rig after a bit of OC'ing or whatever.

    Cleaned out the drivers (15.12) removed all OC software etc and the problem disappeared. However, I now have a really slow boot on startup, sits at the windows logo for a while before the login screen. Same problem with 16.1 drivers now too.

    ULPS is disabled etc.

    If I uninstall the drivers, problem disappears, so it is obviously graphics card related.

    Any ideas?
     
  2. heroxoot

    heroxoot Master Guru

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    If OCing of any kind causes a crash then it isn't stable.
     
  3. frizzl

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    As I said though, there is no OC in place currently and no issues at all with the system, apart from the slow boot now...?
     
  4. endbase

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    Why not check the log files on your system after an reboot to see if there are some serious errors :pc1:
     

  5. Extraordinary

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    Hibernation enabled, along with fast boot?
     
  6. Spartakush

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    Hi mate, I've also just started getting this exact issue on my PC running the 16.1 drivers too. But I don't know if mine is actually the graphics drivers or not yet. Just wondering, does your task manager also take a few seconds to display the processes? (like a 5 second delay), this is happening to me and it started the exact same time as the slow boot issue.

    I didn't even think to check if it was the graphics drivers, so I'm gonna reinstall and try some old ones now to see if anything changes.
     
  7. streetwolf

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    I had the slow startup of Windows 10 also. It was one of the options when I installed the drivers. I think it was ACP iirc. I unchecked this when installing the drivers and startup was back to normal.
     

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