Switched to a new SSD now my boot up time is slower

Hi,

I had a 120gb hyper x Kingston SSD.

I cloned it and moved the data to the new Samsung 850 500gb SSD.

Now my boot up time is a lot slower.

It took a little over 10seconds to get to my Log in screen, it now takes about 27 seconds to get to the log in screen.

Any ideas why this has happened?
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  1. Try running trim on the 850, a drive that thinks all bits are "old" instead of its free space being seen as "new" bits" will be much much slower.

    Are you using the same SATA port that the Kingston was plugged into? If using a different one then (depending on model and age of board) you could have both SATA 3 and SATA 2 ports on the board.
  2. boosted1g said:
    Try running trim on the 850, a drive that thinks all bits are "old" instead of its free space being seen as "new" bits" will be much much slower.

    Are you using the same SATA port that the Kingston was plugged into? If using a different one then (depending on model and age of board) you could have both SATA 3 and SATA 2 ports on the board.


    I put it in the exact same place the only thing that has changed is the drive. When I first plugged the new one in, it would display checking media presence, start one over ipv4 then it would also try ipv6.

    I changed the boot order, I'm not sure what it was originally, what should it be ? Do i need to have ipv4 a d ipv6 realtek pcie in the boot order at all ?
  3. No, ipv4 and ipv6 are both for booting a network device.
    Your hard drive should be the first boot device and I would dissable all boot devices besides hard drive group and cd drive group.
  4. boosted1g said:
    No, ipv4 and ipv6 are both for booting a network device.
    Your hard drive should be the first boot device and I would dissable all boot devices besides hard drive group and cd drive group.



    I just disabled them before you respond and it worked fine. I wasn't sure if they were in the boot up order or not, I was like i don't want to pxe boot haha
  5. Where do I place windows boot manager in the boot up order ?
  6. The boot drive should always be connected to the lowest numbered SATA port
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