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slooooow boot after fiddling with GFX

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I hope someone can relate to this issue im having here.
After screwing around with overclocking and editing the bios of my crossfire setup i suddenly experience extreme slow boot time.
It is when the windows flag appears. It takes forever for the login screen to appear. Win7 pro 64 bit btw.
Everything works just fine in windows its just so damn annoying to wait for it to boot since im still working with overclocking and bios editing so i have to reboot many times.
I tried using Advanced system care pro without luck.
Dunno what to do now.
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Check your USB devices that you have plugged in. I did the same thing and was raging at my 2min+ boot times and then realized it was cause I had my external harddrive plugged in
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I dont have anything connected that i havent before. And no external HDD.
Wish there where a cleaning software or just something that can analyze the startup sequence.
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