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Windows 7: ReBoot Time

27 Oct 2009   #501
rubbishbin

Windows 7 Professional
 
 

here's mine




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27 Oct 2009   #502
satchmo

Windows 7 Home Premium 64
 
 

Wow, 41 seconds. That's fast.

Mine is 62 seconds. It's not bad either.

I didn't even need to tweak anything. I upgraded my Vista to Win7 without a clean install, and it's still fast.

My Vista was well-tuned though.
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27 Oct 2009   #503
DarkDavil

7 x64/ Back-Track 4
 
 
Yay!

Much better than my previous of (9X[90 something] Seconds!!)

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28 Oct 2009   #504
bloke

Windows 7 7600 x64 (16385) Ultimate,Windows Vista x64 Ultimate
 
 

i wonder why i cant run boot racer, has anybody had issues with it in beta 7600 x64? mine will prompt the restart dialog box, then the system reboots, once in windows bootracer does not show up, but it runs in the background in task manager?

also if you are running dual boot, will the second count it takes you to push enter?
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29 Oct 2009   #505
lie01234

Windows 7 x64 Ultimate
 
 

From my experience with bootracer it does not time the post or the restart. It start timing on the boot up i.e. when you see the windows logo. After you restart bootracer should show up on your desktop, but it maybe running in the background. After restart bootracer will time your "time to logon" which is from windows logo screen to desktop screen. The next time is "time to desktop which is the same as the first but with all application loaded.

So if bootreacer is running in the background after you restart, do not move your mouse or input any key for 2 minutes or when all application are loaded. After all application are loaded check to see if bootracer log you time result.

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29 Oct 2009   #506
bloke

Windows 7 7600 x64 (16385) Ultimate,Windows Vista x64 Ultimate
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by lie01234 View Post
From my experience with bootracer it does not time the post or the restart. It start timing on the boot up i.e. when you see the windows logo. After you restart bootracer should show up on your desktop, but it maybe running in the background. After restart bootracer will time your "time to logon" which is from windows logo screen to desktop screen. The next time is "time to desktop which is the same as the first but with all application loaded.

So if bootreacer is running in the background after you restart, do not move your mouse or input any key for 2 minutes or when all application are loaded. After all application are loaded check to see if bootracer log you time result.

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thanks, ill give it another bash tonight and see if it works. maybe i was being too impatient with it? lol if it still dont work then i would say it has a conflict with something.
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29 Oct 2009   #507
bloke

Windows 7 7600 x64 (16385) Ultimate,Windows Vista x64 Ultimate
 
 

well i dunno why it worked but it did...
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29 Oct 2009   #508
raynestorm

windows 7
 
 

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29 Oct 2009   #509
sagebrushfire

Windows 7 Ultimate/XP SP3
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by bloke View Post
i wonder why i cant run boot racer, has anybody had issues with it in beta 7600 x64? mine will prompt the restart dialog box, then the system reboots, once in windows bootracer does not show up, but it runs in the background in task manager?

also if you are running dual boot, will the second count it takes you to push enter?

No programs can actually be running during that time. The OS Hasn't even started up yet.

I'm assuming that it just records the time and compares it to the new time at start up, meaning that if you start boot racer and the power goes out for 7 hours, it will say your reboot time is 25,200 some-odd seconds.

But I don't actually know for sure how it works.
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30 Oct 2009   #510
lie01234

Windows 7 x64 Ultimate
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by sagebrushfire View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by bloke View Post
i wonder why i cant run boot racer, has anybody had issues with it in beta 7600 x64? mine will prompt the restart dialog box, then the system reboots, once in windows bootracer does not show up, but it runs in the background in task manager?

also if you are running dual boot, will the second count it takes you to push enter?

No programs can actually be running during that time. The OS Hasn't even started up yet.

I'm assuming that it just records the time and compares it to the new time at start up, meaning that if you start boot racer and the power goes out for 7 hours, it will say your reboot time is 25,200 some-odd seconds.

But I don't actually know for sure how it works.
No I think you are wrong with bootracer. Bootracer track your time only when you are actually booting to the desktop. Which mean it does not matter if you power off, it won't time the duration you are power off.

What I think you meant was the script called "restart time". This script logged the system clock as click OK on the restart promp. Then when your system reboot it measure the logged system clock to your current system clock. So it possible to go into bios and change your system clock before you boot to desktop and you can change your result as you see fit.

Actually I think bootracer is more accurate than restart time since it does not time everything in between like statup post raid post etc...
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