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Not helping ! Is there a way i can disable the loading bar..
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post #12 of 17
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Originally Posted by thehybridpyro
also
tell XP how big your cache is
in your registry,
search for secondleveldatacahce
something like that
In the registry is says SecondLevelDataCache 3 times. Modify or modify binary?
Anyway I'll try filling in 512 now. I'll change all 3.

Edit: Decimal or Hexadecimal?
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post #13 of 17
Yes there is.

Run>>Msconfig>>Boot.ini>>check /NOGUIBOOT

And restart,theres no loading bar anymore.
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post #14 of 17
decimal and type in how big in kb your cahce is

is in current controll set/sessionmanager
only the current control set one
it changes all of em
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post #15 of 17
You just type how many MB of L2 Cache? How does this help?

[edit]Nevermind, for all wondering: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/q183063/

Explains it pretty well. Basically if you don't set it, and you see it set to 0, it uses 256mb as a default.
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post #16 of 17
its kb dude
a 256mb cache is like haveing 128 gigs of ram

but yes you type in how big it is
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my computer used to take forever to get from the windows loading bar screen to the login screen and after a lot of investigating leading to a reformat, i found out it was my sound card driver that was causing the problem. appearantly it isnt compatable with my version of windows or something so i just uninstalled the driver and took out the card and am using onboard sound now. I have the Turtle Beach Riveara sound card, might wanna check out some of your drivers and see if there are any compatability issues there.
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