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Help, Bios takes almost 50 secs to reboot, is that normal?

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My rig on the signature, takes almost 50 secs to reboot from the moment a press the power button till it show the loading Windows logo, it means the Bios reboot. I sense that's a lot of time since a much more simple Pc i had in the living room, load Bios on a blink after show loading windows logo. Any inputs very welcome.

Im opening a case in EVGA support but i want to know your opinions.
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Try resetting the bios. (Or loading Optimized defaults). Does the problem persist?

PS: Have you replaced a HDD recently?
How many items do you see in "startup"? (via msconfig>startup)
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Well there are many things that effect bios time. There are differences between different manufacturers (especially if its an UEFI instead of old school BIOS), additional sata/USB controllers add time ect. . The amount of ram also adds time as ram check is run during post and in your case its probably a fair amount as you have 32GB.
    
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Originally Posted by Sujeto 1 View Post

... from the moment a press the power button till it show the loading Windows logo, it means the Bios reboot...

This is not always the case. Windows does load some drivers and other stuff at the black screen, before the fancy windows logo appears, so it could be Windows-related too. Easy way to test the real BIOS post time, unplug the HDD/SSD your OS sits on and try to boot. It should say something like "No proper boot media found. Insert bootable media and reboot" or something (depends on manufacturer). This should appear right after the BIOS post phase (when normally the OS would start to load).
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Originally Posted by Microx256 View Post

This is not always the case. Windows does load some drivers and other stuff at the black screen, before the fancy windows logo appears, so it could be Windows-related too. Easy way to test the real BIOS post time, unplug the HDD/SSD your OS sits on and try to boot. It should say something like "No proper boot media found. Insert bootable media and reboot" or something (depends on manufacturer). This should appear right after the BIOS post phase (when normally the OS would start to load).

Ok thank you guys, im goin to test this last as you said unpluggin HDD/SDD.
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