Need help. Win10 Pro, keyboard lag for a long time after login

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  1. DiscostewSM
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    DiscostewSM GBAtemp Guru

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    This is something that I've been researching, but have yet to find an answer. Basically, after I log into Win10, my computer decides to go on a lag spree with my keyboard, where I could type something, but each character I type takes upwards of 6-7 seconds before the system registers each key press. I could type a small sentence in a couple of seconds, and it will go one character at a time for the next couple of minutes before it is fully printed. This continues for a good 6 or so minutes after login, but then the issue magically clears up afterwards. It doesn't happen prior to login in, as I can type my Win10 password just fine, or if I'm doing BIOS stuff. It's right after that when the issue happens.

    Any ideas on what's causing it, or how to identify where the issue could be?
     
  2. KingBlank

    KingBlank King of Nothing

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    Misread question...

    Maybe check your startup programs to see if there is one that takes ages to start that could be causing lag
     
    Last edited by KingBlank, Jun 21, 2016
  3. Ricken

    Ricken Emotionless and white

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    What do you have that launches on startup?
     
  4. KingBlank

    KingBlank King of Nothing

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    Glary Utilities is good for finding slow startup programs, I'm sure there are other alternatives but it works for me.
     
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  5. DiscostewSM
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    DiscostewSM GBAtemp Guru

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    Thanks all. It was something involving what was being started up. Disabled everything, restarted, then enabled what I felt was needed, so whatever is causing the issue is one that is disabled.
     
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