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PC Stuck on Gigabyte Loading Screen but Loads after 5-10 Minutes?

Hi all,

New to these forums.

I recently turned off my PC by holding down the power button.

Next day I turned on my PC and it was stuck on the Gigabyte loading screen, Takes about 5-10 minutes and then it'll load windows up in a second.


Specs i5-6600k
Gigabye z170x 7 Motherboard
32GB Ram
1 SSD
1 HD

Not sure what other information is required. Maybe this has something to do wiht BIOS?


Thanks
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  1. DChan88 said:
    Hi all,

    New to these forums.

    I recently turned off my PC by holding down the power button.

    Next day I turned on my PC and it was stuck on the Gigabyte loading screen, Takes about 5-10 minutes and then it'll load windows up in a second.


    Specs i5-6600k
    Gigabye z170x 7 Motherboard
    32GB Ram
    1 SSD
    1 HD

    Not sure what other information is required. Maybe this has something to do wiht BIOS?


    Thanks


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  2. Best answer
    I suppose you boot from SSD.

    Try removing the HDD and see what happens. If it boots fast, the you have damaged your HDD when you shut down Windows hastily and that is holding up boot process. The disk might not be identified due this problems by BIOS and boot is delayed until BIOS decides what to do about this problematic device.

    How do I know? For last two months, I have been testing faulty SSDs and HDDs -and some faulty disks stall booting for a long time, even hours, sometimes forever. I remove them, computer boots immediately.

    If the boot time improves slightly, then you might need to repair your Windows. Then try again if you get speeded up.

    If not, try to see what happens when onlyHDD is connected.
  3. eyupo92 said:
    I suppose you boot from SSD.

    Try removing the HDD and see what happens. If it boots fast, the you have damaged your HDD when you shut down Windows hastily and that is holding up boot process. The disk might not be identified due this problems by BIOS and boot is delayed until BIOS decides what to do about this problematic device.

    How do I know? For last two months, I have been testing faulty SSDs and HDDs -and some faulty disks stall booting for a long time, even hours, sometimes forever. I remove them, computer boots immediately.

    If the boot time improves slightly, then you might need to repair your Windows. Then try again if you get speeded up.

    If not, try to see what happens when onlyHDD is connected.



    Thanks! Yup I book from the SSD. I will try this tonight and let you guys know!
  4. Any progress ?
  5. Sorry did not have the time yet. However upon starting the PC yesterday and waiting until it booted up... I found out that there something in the USB ports? Not sure what it is... but I can Safely remove that hardware. It's from the Intel 3.1 USB But i'm not sure what's plugged in..... because I removed the mouse keyboard and it's still there...

    I rebooted the PC and the boot up time was a lot faster still a bit of delays but definitely a lot faster
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