Quote: Originally Posted by Spasiba
yes it is part of BIOS POST.
Not sure if you are familiar with the concept of warm reboot, let me explain what i am looking for, a warm reboot when initiated should not reboot through the bios again so therefore it would only unload windows and reload without actually going back through the whole process.
This was often used in Windows 98 back in the day, a message would come up saying windows is now restarting and before you knew it you could log back in to windows without having to go through memory test, har drive detection etc...
Wow, that's a very interesting feature I never knew about. I too have a raid0 XP setup and hate the long post screen of the raid upon restarts. If this works for XP on restarts, I'll be a happy camper.
Is it the "shift" or "ctrl" key for XP?
Hope this does turn out to work on 7 though, as I do plan to use it on the desktop when its rtm. Please keep us up-to-date if anyone finds the solution for Windows 7.