ReBoot Time


  1. Posts : 2
    Windows 7 Pro 64bit
       #1061

    Reboot


    Mine not too bad. Reboot in 54 sec.
    i7-640M, 8GB, Windows 7 Pro 64 bit

    Does log in time counts? HP laptop loads quite a few of their softwares.
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  2. Posts : 96
    Windows 7 Ultimate
       #1062

    Thats not bad 47 sec
    The Seagate XT was worth it
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  3. Posts : 237
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64
       #1063

    Why is my computer not as fast as others. I have been asking all about what I could upgrade my computer to make it better. And it seems from what I have been told. It is a pretty good machine. It has pretty good stuff. I mean not the best. But what could i do for an upgrade to get the most out of my PC?
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  4. Posts : 12,177
    Windows 7 Ult x64 - SP1/ Windows 8 Pro x64
       #1064

    It depends on what you want to do with it.

    The general possibilities would be to add 2GB more RAM, graphics card, and/or a SSD.
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  5. Posts : 20
    win7 home premium 64bit
       #1065

    My reboot is like 365 sec. What can I do to speed it up?
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  6. Posts : 96
    Windows 7 Ultimate
       #1066

    qreaigh said:
    My reboot is like 365 sec. What can I do to speed it up?
    Try this
    Soluto
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  7. Posts : 103
    Windows 7 Ultimate 32-Bit (Build 7600)
       #1067

    qreaigh said:
    My reboot is like 365 sec. What can I do to speed it up?
    Good God.
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  8. Posts : 22
    Windows 7 Pro 64 bit
       #1068

    Here is mine with my Vaio laptop Vertex 2 drive. Not too bad, but not the best either. I haven't tweaked anything and at boot I have about 70 processes loaded.
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  9. Posts : 12,364
    8 Pro x64
       #1069

    With my WD 2TB EADS green drive installed, I was consistently getting ridiculously long boot times:

    ReBoot Time-vertex-samsung-westerndigital-boot.jpg

    After removing the WD to another PC:

    ReBoot Time-vertex2-seagate-samsung-boot.jpg

    40+ sec difference just by removing a HDD

    If only I could improve the BIOS POST speeds...




    On the plus side, I finally see what everybody was raving about with SSD boot times
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  10. Posts : 63
    Windows 8 Pro x64
       #1070

    smarteyeball said:
    With my WD 2TB EADS green drive installed, I was consistently getting ridiculously long boot times:

    ReBoot Time-vertex-samsung-westerndigital-boot.jpg

    After removing the WD to another PC:

    ReBoot Time-vertex2-seagate-samsung-boot.jpg

    40+ sec difference just by removing a HDD

    If only I could improve the BIOS POST speeds...




    On the plus side, I finally see what everybody was raving about with SSD boot times
    This is where the DIY systems falls behind laptops or prebuilt PCs (with optimized BIOS of course). The BIOS is not fast enough when the motherboard supports a lot of crap. My laptop boots 10 seconds faster (31s vs 40s) with every device being way slower on the paper, because the BIOS in the laptop is super fast. I have done everything as possible to make the desktop PC POST faster, but no no. I bet PCs which use integrated video POST a lot faster. It takes a long time for the display to come ON at the first place. There there is the point where it detects hard drives!

    Out of the 41 seconds boot time in the desktop PC, BIOS takes up about 20s. 40s is the reboot time. So shutdown time comes into play as well.
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