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post #1 of 4 Old 04-01-2013, 01:25 PM - Thread Starter
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ok so for the past week my boot time and restart times have been insane, 1-1.30-2 mins sometimes, using intel 520 series. most the the improve your hd threads i browsed through don't really touch base, so i go to see whats going on in performance monitor and it says this to me..


might be nothing to do with boot times but i dunno, anyway i have since tried everything from drivers down to clean boot. even with everything off on start up it takes forever usually a hang up at the achi screen with the list of my ssd's and hd. maybe need a fresh install of windows? ugh hope not anyone have any ideas? as I have heard it should not take more than a minute to boot into windows with minimal to clean boot on...
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post #2 of 4 Old 04-01-2013, 01:50 PM
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Are you running default bios settings?
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I had an issue like this and I just had to reset my mobo to ahci mode. I think i hit the clear cmos button on my mobo accidentally.

My wife said "It's me or the computer!" I still miss her.
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Its not stock its overclocked prime stable, its set to ahci it wont boot otherwise.
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