Boot issue on Windows 10 GA Build 10586 (TH2)

Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by MinaJunior, Nov 14, 2015.

  1. MinaJunior

    MinaJunior MDL Junior Member

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    Hi there,

    I just finished with my clean install of Windows 10 Build 10586 (November Update) and I experienced a little boot issue.
    When I restart my PC, the boot is too long and Windows boot logo appears twice and it's really weird.

    The boot after restart on Windows 10 GA Build 10240:
    1. BIOS
    2. Windows Boot Logo
    3. Blank Black Screen
    4. Login Screen

    The boot after restart on Windows 10 GA Build 10586:
    1. BIOS
    2. Windows Boot Logo
    3. Blank Black Screen
    4. Windows Boot Logo
    5. Login Screen


    I have NVIDIA GTS 250 and I updated the drivers to the latest version 341.92 but the issue is still not fixed.

    Any suggestion to fix this?
     
  2. genenioo

    genenioo MDL Addicted

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    #2 genenioo, Nov 14, 2015
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    This is old news--people have been complaining about it since 10586 came out. Mine's like that along with many others, whether after an upgrade or clean install. Not an issue but characteristic until they change it.
     
  3. MELERIX

    MELERIX MDL Addicted

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    yes, check that your mainboard BIOS is fully updated, because in some brands it was a BIOS fault and they fixed it with new BIOS.
     
  4. MinaJunior

    MinaJunior MDL Junior Member

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    I just updated the BIOS and issue was not fixed.

    Yeah, maybe I should wait for next update via WU
     
  5. odiebugs1

    odiebugs1 MDL Expert

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    What mobo do you have, and have you check the boot order, do you have any external devices, any in USB 3.0 ?.
     
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  6. soyabeaner

    soyabeaner MDL Novice

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    I've been reading on the slow boot issue and others with Nvidia graphics has this problem resolved either by reinstalling the driver and/or disabling the Nvidia generic audio driver in Device Manager
     
  7. MinaJunior

    MinaJunior MDL Junior Member

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    Asus P7H55, I checked everything, HDD is first in boot, I use only two USB devices (WiFi Adapter and Mouse).
     
  8. genenioo

    genenioo MDL Addicted

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    Tried disabling the audio driver and updated to the latest nVidia driver. No help. I think we're stuck with this issue for a while. Maybe they'll do something about it but I'd be surprised if it's before redstone1.
     
  9. freevista

    freevista MDL Junior Member

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    #9 freevista, Nov 14, 2015
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    Have you tried to set BCD's bootmenupolicy to legacy (this gets rid of the graphical boot menu and goes back to the good old text menu):

    Code:
    bcdedit /set {current} bootmenupolicy Legacy
     
  10. SlompOchomp

    SlompOchomp MDL Novice

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    trial and error, pull that vid card out and try a different one...if the issue is gone then it's the card if not some other hardware. I see no issues here on my end on a clean install though I am running an AMD card not Nvidia on this system.
     
  11. HeiligerAlfredo

    HeiligerAlfredo MDL Novice

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    This is happening on my system as well, although neither do I use an AMD nor a Geforce card. Running sfc /scannow right now and hoping for a fix. On my desktop with an AMD GPU this issue has yet to occur..
     
  12. Mutagen

    Mutagen MDL Addicted

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    Just did the upgrade on my triple boot Dell laptop. Running LinuxMint 17.2, Win 8.1 Pro along with W10 on a mbr ssd. Was concerned that the grub2 boot loader would get trashed, but all three OSs are booting/running as before the upgrade.
     
  13. antonio8909

    antonio8909 MDL Guru

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    Same happens here in Dell Latitude D630. It's a old pc but the same occurs and I dont know what I need to do
     
  14. MinaJunior

    MinaJunior MDL Junior Member

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    After hours of research, I can confirm that this is Windows issue (not AMD or NVIDIA) and I hope that will be fixed asap.
     
  15. SlompOchomp

    SlompOchomp MDL Novice

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    ya I am seeing others post that as well; truth is it's all up to the Windows Insiders or Users to spot and report these things before Microsoft releases it. I had started beta testing with Win98 even though I preferred WinNT4 and bugs were easier to spot with less hardware options at that time. These days there are way too many hardware scenarios so it truly depends on the Insiders and Users to report things. use that Windows Feedback app, it cant hurt only help the next build:coffee:
     
  16. genenioo

    genenioo MDL Addicted

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    I think I said it earlier that most likely the earliest fix, if any, will be with redstone1.
     
  17. MinaJunior

    MinaJunior MDL Junior Member

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    Yeah or maybe in some security update or whatever is called.
     
  18. dsbig

    dsbig MDL Member

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    #18 dsbig, Nov 16, 2015
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    my boot process...

    boot logo

    screen driver reset.

    boot logo

    logon.




    if others have a long black screen before the 2nd boot logo. then something is causing a delay.

    a device is probably causing the delay.

    the second boot logo is sort of a fixer for people that had long black screens before the logon screen.