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dunnski007
Blue Screen Again
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Registered: ‎03-31-2015
Location: Mississauga
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E530 - Windows 7 - 10 Minute Load to user login

Hi,

 

Trying to fix someone else's computer- Their machine would freeze up before, I suspected an issue with the hard drive or some other hardware. I replaced the hard drive (brand new SSD) and re-installed a fresh copy of windows 7 professional. I think this machine also has another SSD (16GB) but I have changed the boot sequence to prioritize the new one.

 

Once logging into windows, everything is fine. However, it takes approximately 10 minutes every time to pass the Windows 7 loading screen (with the shiny flag). Has anyone else experienced this? Is there a possibility I have missed installing an old driver and it is looking for it? Or is this indicative of another piece of hardware failing?

 

I'm assuming that this is not a hardware issue anymore as if you boot into safe mode it does not take 10 minutes, so some component being loaded in is the culprit.. but how can I find out?

 

Thanks for your time

alex5723
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Location: IL
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Re: E530 - Windows 7 - 10 Minute Load to user login

Download Soluto app and trace startup time for every component
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Registered: ‎12-26-2009
Location: CA
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Re: E530 - Windows 7 - 10 Minute Load to user login

Check to make sure your partitions are aligned to sectors too:
http://lifehacker.com/5837769/make-sure-your-partitions-are-correctly-aligned-for-optimal-solid-stat...

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