[CRAPPY COMPUTER & SOLVED & CLOSED] Help with Fast Startup

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  1. lobo11

    lobo11 TOMAHAWK CHOP

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    #1 lobo11, Feb 24, 2016
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    This has been going on a while, does not really bother me but I do not understand it, I click the fast startup in power options in control panel, but after reboot, it comes back unchecked, anyone know the reason for this, thanks.:confused:
     
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  2. John Sutherland

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    Hello lobo11 - Is hibernation enabled or disabled on your system? Try this: Right-click and open the Command Prompt as Administrator, then enter "powercfg /hibernate on". Then check the box for fast startup and reboot.
     
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  3. lobo11

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    #3 lobo11, Feb 24, 2016
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    I already did that, it's on:D

    Could it be something with Acronis backup 2016?
     
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  4. endbase

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    You have an crapy computer it will not allow you to fastboot :p no just kidding could be an bios thingy I have
    fast boot enabled in my bios. But not realy sure that affects the fast startup in windows itself ;)
     
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  5. lobo11

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    I don't have a crappy com:Dputer

    Need help from big dogs, EFA11, idea?:confused:
     
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  6. endbase

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    If you say so :D I want specs and I want them now haha
     
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  7. lobo11

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  8. LiteOS

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    how big ur hibrate file ?
    there might not enuf space to make fast startup works
     
  9. lobo11

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    How would I find out that, never use it:D
     
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  10. LiteOS

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    open cmd with admin, then cd\
    do dir /a

    like

    C:\Windows\system32>cd\

    C:\>dir h* /a

    how much free space u have on drive c: ?
     
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  12. lobo11

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  14. lobo11

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    I just can't get that to work, must be my ex wife's had something to do with it:confused:
     
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  15. pisthai

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    #15 pisthai, Feb 24, 2016
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    Personally I don't mind about the boot time! My Machine is slow in booting for several, and know reason! 4 internal SATA 3 Hdd's, 2 external eSATA 3 HDD's, 3 USB 3 external HDD's, 2 DVD Writers, 1 BD Writer! All of them need quite some time while booting! And I didn't have Fast Boot enabled!

    Oops: forget to mention 2 SATA 2 PCI-X1 Controlers!!

    The fact is, as more storage drives are connected, as longer the boot will need, and if also USB Storage is connected, it will even need more time!

    If you've more than 1 drive connected, disconnect all except the System/Boot Drive, mainly C! Download DRevitalize (if you not have it) and check (scan) the C drive. DRevitalize will show you slow sectors (in ms) is some exist! If the drive is clean, you'll simply have to check the installed OS (and the apps which starting with the OS) deeply to find the culprit!
     
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  16. lobo11

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    It's not slow in booting, just trying to figure out why fast bootup would not stay checked:confused:
     
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  17. endbase

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    At prompt type cd \
    and then again at prompt type dir h* /a
     
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  19. endbase

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    That is big enough I would say haha :D
     
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  20. pisthai

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    Isn't it that Fast Bootup will works only if Fast boot is enabled in BIOS?

    I couldn't enable Fastboot in my BIOS because I need to use to be able to boot from other than the C (system Boot) Drive. I use a total of 5 different OS'es on my machine, each on a separate HDD!
     
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