My sshd is not working as expected. Its cold boot time is more then 120 seconds and it should be only 12 seconds. I am working on this issue for days and no solution. Problem occurs even with a complete recovery. After the recovery it reduces to 12 seconds normally and after a few cold boot it again become 120 seconds. I made every possible solution and I suspect my sshd is not working. What should I do for resolving the issue. What I made is Initial Recover= It reduces to 12 seconds after recover process, and then increases up to 120 seconds. Uninstalling Intel Rapid Storage= Again it reduces to 12 seconds cold boot time but then increases again to 120 seconds. Turn Of Fast Startup=>Restart=>Turn On Fast Startup=> Make a few cold boot = It again become 12 seconds and then increases up to 120 second after a few restarts. Disabling Superfetch= No effect Disabling All The Startup Programmes and Unnecessary Services= No effect Safe Startup= No Effect Some Bios Tricks= No effect Updating or Disabling Several Drivers like Bluetooth, Wireless, Card Reader Etc= No Effect Shutting Down The Laptop and Without battery holding the power button= No effect Booting Without Mouse or any usb devices= No effect Changing/Increasing/Decreasing Pagefile.Sys size=No effect Increasing/Decreasing Hiberfill.sys size=It increase the time of cold boot process Uninstalling all third party programs= No effect Seagate Claims this hybrid disc make boot process super fast (as low as 12 seconds) but this sshd is a trash. I guess seagate caching algorithm is not working properly and I will get mad about this nonsence sshd. If you have a good idea what is wrong please help me. My Operating System is Windows 8.1 and This is a Laptop SSHD of Seagate.