Long time for shutdown

Modofokus

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Hello everyone,
My OS is taking long time periods to shutdown even if I kill every program myself it still preparing for shutdown for like 1 - 1.45 mins. It is installed on a SSD an still. Other thing is that at startup after the logon, the WiFi will not work until 30 - 45 secs after (don't know what is causing this).

Anyway, thanks for reading.

My system specs are:
• CPU: AMD0 Ryzen 1800X
• RAM: Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB (2x8GB)
• GPU: GTX 980 Ti SLI (Gigabyte Windforce/EVGA SC)
• PSU: EVGA GQ 650W
• OS: Windows 7 x64
• HDD x2: 1tb each one
• SSD x2: WC 250 GB / Kingston 120 GB (OS installed)
• WiFi Adapter: TPLink PCI WN781ND


 

Onus

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Are all drives healthy? What drive(s) have your swap file? I'd probably have a swap file just on your secondary (non-OS) SSD; set other drives to None. What Ant-virus do you have? Is it trying to do a scan at shutdown? It may be, especially if it thinks any of your drives are removable.
 

Modofokus

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I scanned the 4 drives sectors on a Live CD of LinuxMint and all the blocks of them are okey. The SSD with the OS haves 12GB left of space and the MBR Boot is installed there too.
I don't use AV (I'm picky with what I do and download to my PC). The SATA version is III 6g/s on the WC SSD and Kingston is a V300 version III.
 

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