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Very low boot, lagging windows(when moving), CPU draing.

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Hello,

i will be glad if somebody help me.. This is the last stand because if nobody can help me, i will probably end using pop os, because its unusable for me, windows is better and thats the right words...

I have problem that i have boot folder on partition of SSD (i have dual boot with Win 10) and root on the HDD... Its clear installation.
My setup is Nvidia GTX 1070, i5 6600k, 16GB ram(3000MHz), 1GB HDD (WD BLUE), 2 GB(seagate), (250GB samsung ssd).

The problem is when i run htop, i have my cpu mostly in 40 percentages, i just move windows and all 4 cores run to the 20-40 percentages.. I open google chrome, 50 percentages, its horrible..
Also boot of the system is like 30 seconds.. In compare with messy windows 10, its like 5 times more.
If i drag windows like google chrome, it is really choppy, its not clear at all. :(
After long time the system will boot up, my 2 monitors are switched sides(idk why), like 5 minutes the system is unussable, open a option takes like 3-5 seconds, google chrome i dont wanna talk about it, Blender? minute? I must say after like 10 minutes its fine and fast.

I have 20.04 pop os(everything updated), nvidia packet.. I also reinstaled drivers for my 1070 GTX. Nothin works.

sys blame:
23.616s plymouth-quit-wait.service
9.477s fwupd.service
7.317s networkd-dispatcher.service
5.646s accounts-daemon.service
5.212s dev-sdb3.device
5.195s bolt.service
4.445s NetworkManager.service
4.430s udisks2.service
4.020s polkit.service
2.690s avahi-daemon.service
2.686s gpu-manager.service
2.254s networking.service
2.159s systemd-journal-flush.service
2.015s apport.service
1.985s systemd-resolved.service
1.903s system76-power.service
2.254s networking.service
2.159s systemd-journal-flush.service
2.015s apport.service
1.985s systemd-resolved.service
1.903s system76-power.service
1.723s ModemManager.service
1.667s apparmor.service
1.666s nvidia-persistenced.service
1.613s switcheroo-control.service
1.521s grub-common.service
1.388s grub-initrd-fallback.service
1.352s thermald.service
1.349s systemd-logind.service
1.349s wpa_supplicant.service
1.305s e2scrub_reap.service
1.289s systemd-udevd.service
1.243s rsyslog.service
1.240s pppd-dns.service
1.135s gdm.service
1.108s systemd-tmpfiles-setup.service
12ms systemd-modules-load.service
875ms keyboard-setup.service
726ms modprobe@drm.service
664ms user@110.service
614ms colord.service
579ms systemd-sysusers.service
550ms systemd-udev-trigger.service
527ms lvm2-monitor.service
483ms systemd-random-seed.service
418ms systemd-sysctl.service
347ms systemd-tmpfiles-setup-dev.service
330ms systemd-timesyncd.service
306ms systemd-journald.service
292ms upower.service
155ms systemd-remount-fs.service
155ms ufw.service
136ms ifupdown-pre.service
111ms kmod-static-nodes.service
83ms user@1000.service
71ms systemd-user-sessions.service
67ms console-setup.service
 

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I will try.. But maybe a good information is that, i have legacy boot with my windows.. SO i have dual boot with win 10..
Ok, no problem. If 18.10 works nicely, it tells us your machine likes an older kernel. If that is the case you can downgrade your kernel in 20.04.
 

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