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    Facing issue in my windows 11

    by sanjaypasari ·

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    I am facing error in my windows 11, whenever I open my laptop the windows didn’t appear for 1 or 2 minutes then automatically it shows.

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      Reply To: Facing issue in my windows 11

      by kees_b ·

      In reply to Facing issue in my windows 11

      Can you tell what exactly you mean “open a laptop” and with “windows appears” and what happens between the opening and the appearing of Windows?

      Before you open it, is it shutdown, or in sleep mode or in hibernate mode? Does it make any difference which mode it is in?

      If you set the BIOS to boot from USB or DVD and then boot from a bootable stick or disc, does that take 1 or 2 minutes also, or is it as fast as can be expected.

      Does Windows behave normally after it finally shows? Or is it unexpectedly slow also?

      How old is the PC, what kind of hard disk does it have?

      Anything remarkable in the event viewer after such a slow boot?

      The fastest method to solve this is to install a fresh copy of Windows in a new SSD. If it’s fine than, continue with that, without investigating if it was something in Windows or something with the hard disk.
      If it’s still slow to boot with the new Windows and the new SSD, it’s something strange on the motherboard or PSU. Then it’s time to visit a repair shop.

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      That’s how PCs work with Hard Disk Drives.

      by rproffitt ·

      In reply to Facing issue in my windows 11

      Nothing broken there!

    • #4013000

      Reply To: Facing issue in my windows 11

      by Johnharper2020 ·

      In reply to Facing issue in my windows 11

      To do this, click the Start menu, then click the cog icon on the left, which will open up the Settings window. Click ‘Update & Security’ then ‘Troubleshoot’. Click on ‘Windows Update’ then ‘Run the troubleshooter’ and follow the instructions, and click ‘Apply this fix’ if the troubleshooter finds a solution.

      Greetings,
      John

    • #4013005

      Facing issue in my windows 11-Try This

      by emmabarr981 ·

      In reply to Facing issue in my windows 11

      1-Force the computer to shut down 2 times until you get windows Troubleshooting > Advanced Options:

      A-Startup repair.

      B-If you have a system restore point, perform a system restore.
      C-If you installed any updates recently, uninstall it

      D-Click on Command Prompt > Type this command and hit enter:
      DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth

      Once it finishes, type this command and hit enter:
      sfc /scannow

      Also try boot repair commands:
      bootrec /scanos
      bootrec /fixmbr
      bootrec /fixboot
      bootrec /rebuildbcd

      Once it finishes, type this command and hit enter:
      chkdsk X: /f /r

      If this does not work for you then your pc requires a complete optimization for that you can use Advanced PC Cleanup like tool. So that you can clean your junk and other files if this problem is related to your storage.

      Still if your problem is not solved then try this-
      If it did not help, create a bootable USB of Windows 11 with a working PC and boot your computer with the USB:

    • #4015191

      Reply To: Facing issue in my windows 11

      by petergroft ·

      In reply to Facing issue in my windows 11

      Way 1. Access Troubleshooter in Windows 11/10 from Settings
      For Windows 11:

      You can click Start -> Settings -> System. Click Troubleshoot in the right window. Then you can click Other troubleshooters to open the troubleshooter tools in Windows 11.

      For Windows 10:

      You can click Start -> Settings -> Update & Security -> Troubleshoot to get to the Windows 10 Troubleshoot page. You can see two sections: Get up and running, Find and fix other problems, and they include different troubleshooters to help you fix different computer problems.

      Way 2. Open Windows Troubleshooter from Control Panel

      Press Windows + R, type control panel, and press Enter to open Control Panel.
      Click System and Security.
      Click Troubleshoot common computer problems under Security and Maintenance to open the Troubleshoot page.

      Hope You Find This Useful,
      Peter

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