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[SOLVED] Boot up takes 1 minute and 9 seconds on a fast SSD

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LenAsh:
Hi - hopefully someone can decipher the bootchart log and tgz attached. I'm at a loss. I get 3 "COMRESET" errors about 10 seconds apart during boot. Shutdown takes about 1 second.

This is a "fast" system...

Windows boots in 8 seconds on another SSD.

Thanks!

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_ESvfVtZzEwSTdsWlB3M3FyVU0/edit?usp=sharing
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_ESvfVtZzEwV0xfa1hvb1N1WWc/edit?usp=sharing


EDIT: Fixed on any Linux distro. The problem was an "old" Intel 32GB SSD. This worked absolutely fine on W7, but any Linux didn't like it at all at boot. It had the latest firmware too, wgich was dated 2010. I've now removed it and binned it as I have no real need for this tiny drive.

Thanks for all help offered in any case.

LenAsh:
Sharing links updated...!

tompa:
Hi,
I'm a bit surprised to see my LL2 start in 28sec on new SSD, it was about the same boot time with old HD (on the same PC) .
My windows 7 boots in 30 sec on this PC/SSD....  :P

/tompa

Jerry:
If you don't have bluetooth you can disable it during boot, same with printing services. Menu, Settings, Session and Startup, Autostart tab. Those are the only 2 that are safe to untick, the rest must not be unticked. For a more advanced tool, try Boot Up Manager (B.U.M.):


--- Code: ---sudo apt-get install bum
--- End code ---

Only untick items if you know what you are doing. Disabling items without researching their function may render your machine unbootable.

tompa:

--- Quote from: Valtam on August 06, 2014, 07:13:32 AM ---If you don't have bluetooth you can disable it during boot, same with printing services. Menu, Settings, Session and Startup, Autostart tab. Those are the only 2 that are safe to untick, the rest must not be unticked. For a more advanced tool, try Boot Up Manager (B.U.M.):


--- Code: ---sudo apt-get install bum
--- End code ---

Only untick items if you know what you are doing. Disabling items without researching their function may render your machine unbootable.

--- End quote ---

Thanks for the tip!
Didn't make any difference here though :(

/tompa

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