However, when I click "Local Disk D" it takes about 30 seconds for the drive to load and display its files. #19 Kaoss, Mar 17, 2013 Last edited: Mar 17, Ask ! Can't see it being worth it.August 23, 2014 Caue Rego pctutor said: all that hassle just to save 30-60 seconds at bootup time? Will the hd be more susceptible to corruption? check over here
The operating system stores way more other files on the SSD, and it will make everything faster. Since it is a HDD, it would not saturate even a SATA II port bandwidth, but you never know where the bug is now, so it could work? The "Starting Windows" screen would hang (but still be pulsing) for about 50 seconds before loading Windows, and even after a full disk check + defrag I was still getting above You can also buy directly from a manufacturer - NewmodeUS is the leading manufacturer of these drives.
The first few days of bootup were lightning quick, the "Starting Windows" animation couldn't even finish loading before Windows loaded. Crystaldiskinfo SSD HDD AS-SSD SSD (ran a benchmark just for fun) HDD #4 Kaoss, Mar 14, 2013 DominionSeraph Diamond Member Joined: Jul 22, 2009 Messages: 8,275 Likes Received: 1 Your He took it off and lent it, so I could fulfill my friend's request immediately. I bought a second hand 4TB WD Black HD.2.
Seriously, is there some sort of tutorial that I could look at before I start "opening little doors." I learned as a little kid, don't open doors if you don't know TanquenMay 17, 2012, 6:15 AM Check out the link in my last post. These are still the most prevalent drive types. Windows 7 Boot Time Optimization Reboot the machine but no improvement. 7.
There is a lot of drive activity but I can see why. Second Hard Drive Slowing Down Computer well, that and the fact that my primary hard drive is 2TB, and I don't really want to start playing the "where does this file go?" game.August 18, 2014 Scott This did not help.With nothing plugged into them, the Marvell controllers don’t change the boot time. WOOOOOOHOOOO!Moral of the story is you may not need to reformat your drive.
RealBeast said: With both drives attached to Intel controller, SSD to the 6Gbps and HHD to a 3Gbps open the bios and insure that the HHD is not in the boot External Hard Drive Taking Forever To Load UPDATE: connected HDD to an HDD dock and hooked up to PC via USB. Update: Part II is online! luckily tried it one last time out of the case when i did a fresh install again on SSD..
I personally used EaseUS Parition Manager (free edition) to format the HDD as a Logic drive, rather than a primary drive. http://www.makeuseof.com/answers/ssd-boot-times-slow-mechanical-drives-connected-system/ in 5-6 minutes lol i7BabySep 16, 2014, 1:36 PM Try again - Is the SSD the first boot priority ( with the hdd plugged in)? Computer Slow After Adding Hard Drive Physically going through the hard drive and replacing broken parts if needed to. Ssd Slow Boot With Hdd I tried disabling the other 2 SATA controllers.
For example, all of my music is on that drive now, but iTunes is installed on my SSD, with the directory pointing to the external HDD for music files. check my blog I guess you are talking about File History in Windows 8.1.Any ideas? It did not help me but you may be able to look at the log with and without using the F8 boot option and see what is different.http://itexpertvoice.com/home/what%E2%80%99s-taking-so-long-how-to-fight-slow-startup-times-in-windows-7/ Will do that, Take Action It's time to speak out for your right to repair Dear Minnesotans, Minnesota has a chance to become the first state in the nation to pass "Fair Repair" legislation. Ssd Slow Boot Windows 10
My computer completely froze while I was installing the "SATA" package. I defragged my HDD, not my SSD, I am aware defragging an SSD is very detrimental lol. Any ideas?It’s a new build with:ASRock X79 Extreme 9 motherboardSamsung 512MB 830 SSDSeagate 4TB Hard DiskThe SSD and the larger disk drive are both on the only 2 Intel SATA3 ports. this content Boot order is correct and optical drive is disabled in boot, AHCI mode is enabled on my SSD, msconfig has nothing that could affect bootup.
Indexing is not enabled for the drive. Ssd Slow Boot Windows 7 Some SATA controllers will downgrade the performance of some channels based on devices on other channels. System won't boot after adding new cooler solved Mechanical Hard Drive Slowing SSD Boot Times solved PC boot real slow after adding SATA 2nd HD ???
Never a problem with the Crucial. Even if I delete everything its still slow after I’ve run a backup image to it.I tried a 2TB GPT and MBR partition and the extra long boot time is still I have no virus scanning software at the moment. New Hard Drive Slow Any ideas?It’s a new build with:ASRock X79 Extreme 9 motherboardSamsung 512MB 830 SSDSeagate 4TB Hard DiskThe SSD and the larger disk drive are both on the only 2 Intel SATA3 ports.
whs said: SSHDs are not all that bad You could be absolutely right. I tried disabling the other 2 SATA controllers. Can I get everything on one subnet?This is an archived post. have a peek at these guys Why SSDs Blow Mechanical Disks Out of the Water RELATED ARTICLEWhat Is a Solid State Drive (SSD), and Do I Need One?
adding SSD as a secondary (no-boot) drive to existing HDD based WIn7 and Win8 machines Tom's Hardware Around the World Tom's Hardware Around the World Denmark Norway Finland Russia France Turkey That's only about $0.06 per GB! I carry a flash drive in my pocket all the time, and have to replace it once or twice a year because it just wears out. This includes asking for us to link to your subreddit, forum, bulletin board, newsgroup, Facebook page, whatever.
Up to 512 GB, today, it's worth every penny.August 24, 2014 Scott Incorrect on multiple counts, but at least you have now contributed more than a one-sentence reply.