06-04-2022 11:58 PM
06-05-2022 02:52 AM
06-05-2022 03:37 AM
Helloâ€¦ i recently build my pc and i notice that when i turn it on from a shutdown or restart it takes about a minute to boot to windows.. my setup is *
rog maximus extreme z690,
i9 12900k unlocked,
2x16gb *corsair dominator platinum
Psu Corsair rm1000x
Artic cpu cooler ,4 corsair case fans*
4tb ssd samsung for storage
1tb samsung 980 pro nmve which runs windows 10 pro and some programs
Any advice would be*Much appreciated.
06-05-2022 11:34 AM
Do check your bios, under advance tab (if I remember correctly) if you see ASUS Grid Install Service enable, just disable it. Next procees to boot and access windows services. Look for AsusUpdateCheck, stop it and disable it. Last step go to C:\Windows\System32 and look up for AsusUpdateCheck.exe, delete it and restart your PC. Hope this will help.
06-06-2022 01:57 AM
doing this steps wont affect anything on my pc? Im asking because i have no idea about computers 🙂
06-06-2022 09:06 AM
Hi, This step work for me for my previos system. But having said that, i dont have the same system spec as yours. From system hardware, windows enviorement and appliccation may do cause the problems. For any windows system config changes, please perform a windows backup when something do happen and you can return back route.
As I said earlier, we can shared the best solution within our best knowledge inside this forums. But no one can guarantee it will actually solved your problems. The best part enjoying personal computing beside gaming, trouble shoot is part of it.
Let us know if those step i mentioned earlier work for you.
06-06-2022 09:39 AM
I did disable asus update check from services via msconfig tho and nothing happend
06-06-2022 11:05 AM
As I mention it could be somthing else for causing that. The only option now to see what others devices causing that. Do you have Armoury Crarte install?
06-07-2022 02:30 AM
yes i have it!