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post #31 of 47
zomg...for some reason, my computer decided to boot in 1 3/4 bars lolz
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post #32 of 47
Just half a bar upon rebuild and installation of all software. Upon installing windows updates it goes to about 5 to 6 bars and is dramatically slower.

Windows updates kills your computer speed
 
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post #33 of 47
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Windows updates kills your computer speed
that is true...hence the reason i havent installed any...i dont even have SP1 installed..lol

ugh...11.4 seconds after the bios...and sugesstions to break 10s?
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post #34 of 47
This sounds like a much better idea then people spending thousands of bucks to get a 10 second car. Let's just do some tweaks to get a 10-Second boot
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post #35 of 47
Kind of a dumb post really, considering the amount of hard disks and other PCI devices will vary dramatically on your loading times upon post.

But i can't believe how much my loading time is effected after the windows updates. I have XP Home SP2 version so i may live with that and forget the silly updates to be honest.

I still feel there is a conspiracy with updates from Microsoft, they deliberatly slow your system down to let the user believe it's time to upgrade their system lol
 
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post #36 of 47
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some tweaks to get a 10-Second boot
i have a gig of ram coming my way... do you think that would help?
also my ram is not in dual channel, maybe i should try that too... brb, i'm gonna tweak some more
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post #37 of 47
Window XP Pro, 32bit
e6600 @ 3.4GHz
WD Raptor 72Gb
2Gb RAM, @ 756MHz

Boots in 23 seconds, no Windows loading image. Then it still sits still with a black screen for 10 seconds - doing video init, according to BootVis.
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post #38 of 47
I get more bars now than my old 3200XP but the FX62 starts windows faster.
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post #39 of 47
Quote:
Originally Posted by pauldovi View Post
When I build my uncles system I was not happy with the 18 bars or so on the Windows load screen. The POST message also lagged quite a bid. So I went and inspected and found that there were jumpers on the back of the DVD drives. I set one to master and one to slave. I then put the proper cables on them (Most IDE cables will be marked Master / Slave). Whalla, XP load bar down to 2 cycles, no more POST lag.
There's truth there. Setting IDE drives to cable select gives the duty of finding which is master and which is slave to the BIOS, but if you declare it then it won't have to trouble and may skip this step.
    
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post #40 of 47
bootvis is a nice little program
    
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