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Originally Posted by Xvengence View Post
Thanks for the help everyone, I ran a chkdsk but it didn't resolve the issue. However, when I unplugged my external hard drive before booting up, it was MUCH faster.

It gets slow after typing password and logging in, but I'm guessing it's from the visual studio and coldFusion component/services. I probably should get rid of one of those since I barely play around with the software.

Thanks for taking your time to respond guys
disable usb boot in your bios
post #32 of 33
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The External HDD is only a few months old, doesn't seem to be giving me any problems at all. Ran a couple of tests using the WD smartware and it found no problems of any sort. Don't know how accurate those tests are though.

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i5 760 MSI P55A-G55 Crossfire Gigabyte Windforce 560GTX  G.SKILL F3-12800CL8D 8GB 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
Western Digital Caviar 640GB Samsung SH-S223 Corsair A50 @ 1600rpm Windows 7 Home Premium x64 
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Dell UltraSharp U2412m Microsoft Wireless Desktop 4000 Corsair 550VX 550W Antec 300 
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post #33 of 33
Boot your computer and press F8 keys. An advance menu screen will appear with different options.
Select the option Enable Boot Logging, and press Enter button, your system will be returned to main menu screen and again press Enter button to start logging.

Almost look like this

The name of this file is ntbootlog.txt and located in root directory (%SYSTEMROOT%, normally in C drive). You can search this file with the name "ntbootlog.txt" in C drive.

Copy and paste its contents here
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