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What went wrong after Win 7 updates (X220 i7) ?

Now it takes 60 seconds to boot my X220 I7 after the latest Win7 updates.. Please help I am frustrated what shall I do?Smiley Mad

 

Serial Port
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Location: Austria
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Re: What went wrong after Win 7 updates (X220 i7) ?

x61 on win 7... boot takes much longer than earlier (although i would envy 60 seconds...).

Unfortunatly, no idea what happened.

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Re: What went wrong after Win 7 updates (X220 i7) ?

It took earlier prior to latest update just 22 seconds I can not beleive this any more
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Re: What went wrong after Win 7 updates (X220 i7) ?

Does your laptop have ssd?
Which antivirus s/w is installed?
Check out RapidBoot in Autostart folder and delete it.

My x220 i5-based with msata ssd and very strong antivir, in not uefi mode, takes to boot about 24-25 seconds.


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Re: What went wrong after Win 7 updates (X220 i7) ?

I will follow your instruction here is the answer to both questions
1.. SSD 180GB
2. Microsoft security essentials

Please adivse where to find Autostart folder to delete RapidBoot

Many thanks again
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Re: What went wrong after Win 7 updates (X220 i7) ?

OK, with SSD you've to get the boot time like me. From my point of view (and my expirience too) MS antivir increases the boot time.
As for the folder I've called as Autostat - I'm sorry, I have Windows with GUI not in Enhglish. Look at the Start menu, then find out the Startup folder.


x220 • Gobi 2000 3g  |  x220 • hdd, msata ssd, 3g, wifi, gps -- unique hand-made config
x1c Gen3 (2015) • WQHD MT IPS, PCIe ssd
Miix 2 10"  |  Yoga Tablet 2-1050F (Android 5.0), BKC800 BT Keyboard, FolioCase
ThinkPad Stack • 2.4/5 wireless router, hdd 1 TB, BT speaker, power bank

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Token Ring
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Location: Seattle, US
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Re: What went wrong after Win 7 updates (X220 i7) ?

Please try to 1) upgrade to the newest BIOS and 2) uninstall RapidBoot. In my experience this will reduce your boot time to around 30 seconds.
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Re: What went wrong after Win 7 updates (X220 i7) ?

BIOS = 1.28 I guess it is the latest ver. ? Please confirm best regards

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Re: What went wrong after Win 7 updates (X220 i7) ?

Yes 1.28 is the newest.
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Re: What went wrong after Win 7 updates (X220 i7) ?

Try this:
Start, Run

C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\ngen.exe executequeueditems
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