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Frank just wondering if you can see any reason why sometimes it takes so long for the first update of the day to happen after a cold boot on Win 7 (machine turned off at night) 

This morning it took 18 minutes from when protection first started.

Yesterday 16 minutes.

The day before that 2 minutes.

The day before that 9 minutes.

Auto updates during the day are fine and on time.

Debug logs for today plus forensics .txt attached.

a2service_20171024044106(852).zip

Forensics_171024-050217.txt

 

EDIT.. just noticed that it seems to want to update after cold boot at the same time of day as the last update the day before . Should it be doing that?

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I didn't pay attention to that, i saw the popup quite fast after i boot my machine the morning, i will keep an eye on it tomorrow morning. 

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2 hours ago, Umbra said:

I didn't pay attention to that, i saw the popup quite fast after i boot my machine the morning, i will keep an eye on it tomorrow morning. 

Umbra do you not have Update logs and Forensic logs in your GUI for previous days that you can look at?

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I just checked, my updates took less than 30 seconds for every morning from the 19 to 24/10/2017. 

Do you use Hybrid Boot (Fast Boot) ?

 

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Windows 7 doesn't have the Fast Boot feature that Win 8 and 10 does :)

Also just to clarify, I am not talking about the length of time is takes to update after first boot of the day.. I am talking about the time it takes for the update to START.

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EDIT.. just noticed that it seems to want to update after cold boot at the same time of day as the last update the day before . Should it be doing that?

 

yes i noticed that too.

Update should start instantly (when cpu<20%) after a cold boot, when the last-update took place longer ago than the set update interval (which is 1hr in your case).

We'll check this

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