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The Nut House
Started by samrambo1410, Dec 10, 2016, 08:14 pm
Dec 10, 2016, 08:14 pm
Hi, this is my first time on the forum, so if I do something wrong, I do apologise.
So the story is, I have a 2 monitor setup and when I boot, the motherboard bit boots on the 2nd monitor and then the win 10 loading screen also shows on the 2nd monitor and then the login shows on the 1st monitor. I have no idea why, but this bugged me. So I googled how to fix this and someone said something in my BIOS. So I did that and re-booted. When I booted, it came up with an error message and said it can't boot, so I changed it back. After that, It's been really slow on boot. The disk sits really high for about a minute, goes down, and then goes back up for another 2 minutes.
I've tried returning to optimized defaults, disabling SuperFetch and windows search, turning off all my notifications, defragging my Hard drive with defraggler, cleaning up using CCleaner and resetting the BIOS.
I really don't know what to do next. If you have ANY ideas, please suggest.
CPU: Intel i5 4460
GPU: ASUS GeForce 750Ti
RAM: 8GB DDR3 Corsair Vengeance
PSU: Corsair VS450
Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-H81M-H
HDD: WD Blue 1TB
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Jan 05, 2017, 06:29 pm
You may want to contact the same people who you bought your PC from. You can either do this by contacting them via the phone, however another option is to look online to see if they have a website and then you may be able to get some online support. Alternatively, it may be an idea to contact the same people who develop the component that you are having a problem with and contact them. They should be able to give you some solutions.
Hope this helps!
Jan 16, 2017, 07:44 pm
samrambo1410 I take it you have been through that dance of removing your 2nd monitor and the try rebooting etc. Is only the booting slow or is it the loading of the OS?
Jan 22, 2017, 08:35 am
A few things I'd try.
Crystal disk info - to check the hard drive condition is ok.
Stick prefetch and superfetch ON for a hard drives
Check DMA access is on for the hard drive in bios
After checking hardware and bios settings - if all ok you could try reinstalling your graphics drivers, if that doesn't work a selective boot to see if any drivers are hanging the boot process and as a last resort refreshing windows 10 but back everything up before you mess about with this or it could loose data or make things worse !
Consider upgrading to adding a small ssd for you operating system and if its ok keep the other drive for data.
Jan 23, 2017, 06:47 pm
I´m somewhat confused: who has the problem, samrambo1410 or sikejsudjek? samrambo1410: do you still have the problem with the two monitors? Did you try booting with only 1 monitor?
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