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Windows 7: Taking too long time to reboot...?

16 Aug 2009   #1
Pheddy

Win 7 x64
 
 
Taking too long time to reboot...?

I have downloaded the newest RTM 32bit Windoows 7 from Microsoft MSDN and tried to install it on my Celeron 2 Duo 64bit system.. Now when I boot the computer up the Windows logo comes, and then it stays there for 20+ minutes before the system is booted up.. I have tried with other versions of Win7 32bit also, but its the same everytime.. Is this because I absolutly need to install a 64bit version? I remember that I once had 32bit Vista on another 64bit system and that worked fine...

Anyone experienced this before?


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16 Aug 2009   #2
djbb

7 Ultimate
 
 

try setting your CPU to start up windows with 2 cores

run msconfig


set to 2 in your case
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17 Aug 2009   #3
ekopaxus

Win7
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by djbb View Post
try setting your CPU to start up windows with 2 cores

run msconfig


set to 2 in your case

Hi,

Great advice. Thanks.
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17 Aug 2009   #4
Pheddy

Win 7 x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by djbb View Post
try setting your CPU to start up windows with 2 cores

run msconfig


set to 2 in your case
Very nice tool msconfig. Thanks! Anyway it didnt solve my problem, I tried setting everything off when booting up, also did try to enable two processors, still takes about 20 minutes to boot up.. Another think i might think could address this problem is that in Windows it says that only 1.99 GB Ram i usable out of my 4 GB Corsair Twin rams... Anybody?
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17 Aug 2009   #5
Pheddy

Win 7 x64
 
 

SOLVED....

Dont know what was pricely wrong, but I reset'd the BIOS and the problem was solved.. Maybe something with Sata.. I have a ASRock motherboard (ASRock > Products > G31M-GS=)

Anyway thanks!
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26 Dec 2009   #6
mkhuda

Windows 7 Ultimate Build 7600
 
 

Dear All..
I have the same problem, but i use dual core and 1 GB of RAM...
if still can be accelerated?
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