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Windows 7: Boot up timing slow?

23 Oct 2009   #11
Brian6121990

Mac OS X Yosemite
 
 

thanks :)
now all i gotta do is wait for my disk defragment to hurry up with the consolidation...its been stuck at 0% for a while and now at 1% LOL
well thanks for your help. i appreciate it...vista fails so i just had to get windows 7


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23 Oct 2009   #12
Brink

64-bit Windows 10 Pro
 
 

You're welcome Brian. Anytime. :)
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23 Oct 2009   #13
Brian6121990

Mac OS X Yosemite
 
 

oh hey i almost forgot....idk if this can help but i almost forgot.
since i upgraded to windows 7, what about my drivers? how would i know if they are windows vista drivers or windows 7 drivers? or did the upgrade automatically updated my drivers during the installation of windows 7?
i just noticed that the BIOS being fully updated can help performance too as well
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23 Oct 2009   #14
Brink

64-bit Windows 10 Pro
 
 

You can find Windows 7 drivers for you laptop here:

http://www.csd.toshiba.com/cgi-bin/t...ily=1073768663
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23 Oct 2009   #15
Brian6121990

Mac OS X Yosemite
 
 

yeah that is what i noticed....so basically i dont have the windows 7 drivers atm but in order to get them is from the website if i am correct?
i thought i already got the windows 7 drivers but i guess in order to get them is by manually downloading them from website
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23 Oct 2009   #16
Brink

64-bit Windows 10 Pro
 
 

Correct. You would just download and install them.

Afterwards, you would just either let Windows Updates install new versions for you if available, or check the website for new versions and manually install them again when available.
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23 Oct 2009   #17
Brian6121990

Mac OS X Yosemite
 
 

ok thanks. i guess i know why it takes soo long to boot up. i guess new drivers are needed for vista. it makes sense now.
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