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I'm new to this forum, and I need help with my G751JL boot time

iamfreeway
Level 7
So I have an ASUS ROG G751JL for almost 3 years now, and I have this problem for about a year (although now I actually would want to do something about it). My startup isn't as fast as it used to be, which I understand, however, for a gaming laptop, I don't think it should take a couple of minutes for a startup. Does anyone here know how to fix it and help me out or explain why I may possibly have no hope at all?

I apologize if I made this thread in the wrong forum.
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Sanctrum
Level 9
Quite simple. Telemetry, telemetry and again telemetry... Everywhere + rubbish left from the old patches. I would say 80% blame goes for telemetry... 20% for thousands of rubbish files Windows had created if installed few years ago.
1. Deal with NVidia massive telemetry scans started at each boot = Uninstall Geforce Experience = completely. It’s insane how much this one thing is slowing the boot time!
2. Use Autoruns by Sysinternals - look for all NVidia entries that have telemetry and untick them. Leave only NVDisplay.ContainerLocalSystem ticked.
3. Now deal with MS rubbish. Open Regedit.exe and go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Miscrosoft\Windows\DataCollection and create or change if existing DWORD key named "AllowTelemetry" to value 0.
4. Check your Antivirus software for boot/logon scans and reduce its scope if possible.
5. Clean your Windows by using:
a. PatchCleaner by http://www.homedev.com.au/
b. Perform disk cleanup – right click over C: drive – General – Disk cleanup button – make sure to switch to admin mode to delete Windows update files.
c. Delete old, unused drivers using DriveStoreExplorer – also use admin mode.
6. Reboot.

And ENJOY! 🙂 Hope it helps.


  • format your OS's drive as GPT and clean install windows 8.1/10 USING UEFI BOOT METHOD ( see my sig for a guide )
    This will give you small improvement VS the OEM installed OS which is known to comes on a MBR formatted drive booting using BIOS emulation ( which makes startup SLOW ).
  • invest in an GOOD benchmarked SATA ssd ( like samsung's EVO 850/860 ) with 120GB or more.
    This will bring THE LARGEST IMPROVEMENT in lowering the startup time.
  • enable FAST STARTUP in win10 ONLY. ( many users complains it causes various issues... but for me none ).
    IMHO, as well as any other other SW tweaks you can perform in the OS -are MINOR tweaks.
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