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Anyone know what option turns off the PCI listing on boot up in these BIOS?
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What PCI listing? I have a GA-P35-DS3p with BIOS F7. I'd be happy to help, can you take a picture of what you're talking about during bootup?

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I don't have a camera around or I would. It comes right after the BIOS. It says PCI devices listing then lists all my devices. I checked my gigabyte CD and it doesn't have anything on it that pertains to this. It adds like 5 seconds to bootup... Not a big deal just an inconvenience.
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You must have a lot of PCI devices? I'll look into it, but if it's taking five seconds to complete, than it's not the listing, but the actual enumeration of the PCI devices that is taking that time. If that is the case, then an option to turn off display wouldn't save you any time. Know what I mean? I definitely don't see this on any of my boards, though.

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I'll get a camera tomorrow and post a picture of it
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Ok I took this picture with my cell phone, so yea...this is what it is doing.


Edited by Moheevi_chess - 6/14/08 at 3:57pm
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Oh, okay, can't believe I didn't realize that's what you were talking about. No, there is no way to disable that and you wouldn't want to. It should only add about a second to your boot. What I think might be happening is the startup delay after this displays when your BIOS checks your boot drives. If you want to shorten that, you can make sure your harddisk is the only boot device (not floppy, usb, etc). There will always be some delay as your kernel loader is started, but this way you can reduce that to a minimum.

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OK thanks for the help Rob. +rep
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