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Does anyone know how? I feel like I'm just wasting time watching the 4 little balls swirl around. Or is it actually loading stuff while the logo displays?

I find it annoying because everything else boots super fast and then I feel like I'm stuck watching the logo for the sake of letting the logo display.
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Disable GUI boot in msconfig.

Let me know if you need more details than that.
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Does anyone know how? I feel like I'm just wasting time watching the 4 little balls swirl around. Or is it actually loading stuff while the logo displays?

I find it annoying because everything else boots super fast and then I feel like I'm stuck watching the logo for the sake of letting the logo display.
The step by step is in here somewhere.
http://www.ocztechnologyforum.com/fo...l=1#post442158
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Disable GUI boot in msconfig.

Let me know if you need more details than that.
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The step by step is in here somewhere.
http://www.ocztechnologyforum.com/fo...l=1#post442158
^^this

oh and yes It's actually loading stuff while that's happen, the faster things load, the faster the little four balls get together. sometimes it wont even get a chance to 'glow' (if you get an SSD you'd see that)
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Disable GUI boot in msconfig.

Let me know if you need more details than that.
Thank you.

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The step by step is in here somewhere.
http://www.ocztechnologyforum.com/fo...l=1#post442158
Thanks for the guide! It has some stuff magic-man didn't cover which I'm going to do right now. No offense magic-man but it's also easier to read But I didn't see anywhere it talked about disabling the logo. Edit: Oh I see it.

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^^this

oh and yes It's actually loading stuff while that's happen, the faster things load, the faster the little four balls get together. sometimes it wont even get a chance to 'glow' (if you get an SSD you'd see that)
I guess I'll never be so lucky
Edited by thx1138 - 1/15/11 at 12:02pm
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I guess I'll never be so lucky
LOL! I guess some people aren't too observative
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LOL! I guess some people aren't too observative
lol In his defense he was right. I disabled gui boot in msconfig and when I booted up it just showed a blank screen for about the same time that it would take to show the animation so it is loading stuff.

Thanks guys and +rep to all for helping.
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When the logo displays look around to see if there's something useful to do, like sip coffee. There's not much to be gained by disabling it.
~~ Nehmo
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Living with Windows tip #42:
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When the logo displays look around to see if there's something useful to do, like sip coffee. There's not much to be gained by disabling it.
~~ Nehmo






lol Are you sure about that? I used http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials...tart-time.html to record my reboot time with and without the "No GUI" button checked and with it unchecked my time was 40 sec and with it checked my time was 38 sec. ...No lie.... Oh and timeout is set to 0 sec for both tests. Edit: Ran it a second time and it was 34 sec third time was 32 sec without gui. Turned gui back on and I got 34sec I guess my study is inconclusive. You win sir.
Edited by thx1138 - 1/15/11 at 12:36pm
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