After updating Windows 8.1 to Windows 10, I first experienced extremely slow performance, which was fixed after updating drivers. However, when i turn the laptop OFF with fast startup turned on (which is the recommended setting), and try to turn it back ON, I just get the Toshiba screen - windows wont start. I waited for 40 min and the Toshiba screen was still on display. Then, if I hold the power button and power off the laptop again, next time i turn it on, Windows 10 boots. The boot time is slower than it was with windows 8.1 with fast startup switched ON. With the fast startup switched off, I am able to boot each time. Boot time with this option OFF is identical to the boot time after re-powering the laptop stuck with the Toshiba screen. This is realy anoying, and powering the computer with fast startup turned off really takes a lot of time!
What have I tried:
- resetting BIOS/UEFI,
- a hardware reset button on my notebook,
- Updating windows
- updating drivers
- running an antivirus scan
- defragmenting hard drive
- scanned my hard disc for errors
- run sfc/scannow command
- reinstalling AMD catalyst control center
The computer is a Toshiba P50, intel i7 4710qm, 16GB ram. Ati R9 GPU.
Any suggestions before i restore my computer to Windows 8.1, and loose more time?