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So i have had this for while now and have tried countless Google searches to come up with nothing, and now its stating to get to me.

I have windows on my Intel 330 60Gb SSD, and it boots really fast and everything but when it gets to desktop nothing opens for 30-45 seconds and have no idea why, I can click on msi afterburner and core temp and chrome and nothing opens for a little bit then all of a sudden it all opens and pc runs like nothing happened?

And a new problem that just happened now, is i had a bsod out of nowhere on BF4 so i restarted it and got the Missing BOOTMGR error, messing around for a bit, now have to hit F8 in bios and change ssd to first every time i boot, any idea how to fix this also?

Bios is up to date (1604)

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Try stress testing your RAM.


During the long boot, can you open Resource Monitor to check what your disk is doing?

Do a Boot Trace: http://blogs.technet.com/b/jeff_stokes/archive/2012/09/17/how-to-collect-a-good-boot-trace-on-windows-7.aspx
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Originally Posted by AMDGamer101 View Post

So i have had this for while now and have tried countless Google searches to come up with nothing, and now its stating to get to me.

I have windows on my Intel 330 60Gb SSD, and it boots really fast and everything but when it gets to desktop nothing opens for 30-45 seconds and have no idea why, I can click on msi afterburner and core temp and chrome and nothing opens for a little bit then all of a sudden it all opens and pc runs like nothing happened?

And a new problem that just happened now, is i had a bsod out of nowhere on BF4 so i restarted it and got the Missing BOOTMGR error, messing around for a bit, now have to hit F8 in bios and change ssd to first every time i boot, any idea how to fix this also?

Bios is up to date (1604)

Thanks Guys biggrin.gif

In addition to what DuckieHo has said, you should consider posting your memory dump in the Crash & Analysis forum.

Also there is a sticky in that forum (written by pjBSOD) that would probably of help to you.
Beginner BSOD Crash Dump Analysis and Debugging Guide
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I have windows on my Intel 330 60Gb SSD, and it boots really fast and everything but when it gets to desktop nothing opens for 30-45 seconds and have no idea why

That's interesting because the same thing happens to me, and I run XP in a VM. Lots of times I just get the wallpaper, and then it will take forever for the icons/taskbar to load, and other times the taskbar and icons will load, but I won't get network functionality or the "you have no AV!" pop-up in the taskbar until about a minute.
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