I've posted before about this problem. I've sort of cured it but still not happy. I've a HP Pavilion g6 Notebook PC running Windows 10 Pro 64-bit. It has a poor APU. It wouldn't run my Samsung SSD at Sata 3 speed. After disabling hibernation then it does run at 6GB/s speed but if I do a reboot it drops to 3GB/s speed. Prior to having hibernation enabled it always ran at the lower speed. A total shutdown and reboot bring it up to speed (pun intended).
It doesn't have a full BIOS or a full UEFI just a mongrel with hardly any settings.
Now I am puzzled that after restarting the transfer rate drops to half and that I need to shutdown completely to get it back.
Anyone any ideas?
Speccy info -
Motherboard Manufacturer Hewlett-Packard Model 188F (Socket FT1) Version 70.25 Chipset Vendor AMD Chipset Model K12 IMC Chipset Revision 00 Southbridge Vendor AMD Southbridge Model AMD 12 FCH Southbridge Revision 2.4 System Temperature 70 °C BIOS Brand Insyde Version F.26 Date 21/02/2013 PCI Data Slot PCI-E x16 Slot Type PCI-E x16 Slot Usage Available Data lanes x16 Slot Designation J6C1 Characteristics 3.3V, PME, Hot Plug Slot Number 0 Slot PCI-E x1 Slot Type PCI-E x1 Slot Usage Available Data lanes x1 Slot Designation J8C1 Characteristics 3.3V, PME, Hot Plug Slot Number 1 Slot PCI-E x1 Slot Type PCI-E x1 Slot Usage Available Data lanes x1 Slot Designation J7C1 Characteristics 3.3V, PME, Hot Plug Slot Number 2 Slot PCI-E x1 Slot Type PCI-E x1 Slot Usage Available Data lanes x1 Slot Designation J8D1 Characteristics 3.3V, PME, Hot Plug Slot Number 3 Slot PCI Slot Type PCI Slot Usage Available Bus Width 32 bit Slot Designation J8B1 Characteristics 5V, 3.3V, CardBus, Modem Ring Resume, PME, SMBus Slot Number 4
Apologies for the format but this is how it turns out with copy and paste.
This info is while Samsung Magician is reporting SATA 3.
I've checked but have the latest for UEFI which is Insyde F.26 2013 version that's showing in the list you linked to. Puzzled here.
Thanks for the suggestion and have a great New Year :)
So I've run the Samsung Magician's Performance Optimization to see what would happen. It restored hibernation and fast boot as expected. Now on start-up and reboot the transfer speed is down to SATA 2.
Binned it to a backup laptop especially with that useless APU. Bought a new HP laptop with an i5.
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