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How Do i remove the 'Verifying dmi pool data' from my boot up? (gigabye x58 extreme)

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hi everyone, im trying to reduce my boot time and ive seen people with these boards booting without the dmi pool data....

thanks.
    
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Kindly show me where they boot without dmi pool data.
Every pc I`ve seen verifies dmi pool data.
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Lol. Not possible. Get a UEFI board.
    
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[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JAzz4oOWA3E[/ame]

skip to 5 mins...

i bought my processor of this guy
    
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Wow that was a fast boot....
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I think a SSD will increase bootup time better.
dmi pool data takes a few seconds for me
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