ReBoot Time

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  1.    #121

    Some of you must literally have nothing installed on those machines! I am very frustrated by how long mine is. Maybe the core i7's don't start as fast ... that that it would matter much, but I suppose its possible.
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  2. Posts : 154
    Windows 7 Ultimate Beta 7000
       #122

    98 seconds for me and i thought that was terrible until i found this thread

    Updated: New Score
    Last edited by tdk08; 11 Jan 2009 at 02:08.
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  3. AUX
    Posts : 4
    XP, Ubuntu and Windows 7
       #123

    On my Acer Aspire One 150
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  4.    #124

    Yes, got it under 100 seconds
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  5. Posts : 50
    Windows Vista Ultimate x86
       #125

    click - 56 seconds, I had 55 but I clicked ok without screenshot.
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  6. Posts : 748
    Vista and now 7 in 32 and 64 bit.
       #126

    At Last! (Read all my previous complaints!!) Full install of 64 bit. 39 software programs installed. Internet and Lan established. Bluetooth etc. 62 second boot up on my slow laptop. I'm impressed.
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  7. Posts : 154
    Windows 7 Build 7100
       #127

    Here is my latest with Build 7000 on my Dell XPS M1330 (Man I love this laptop)
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  8. Posts : 130
    Windows 7 Build 7100 (x64)
       #128

    Not to good, but I have a ton of hardware installed. It hangs up at the BIOS boot screen, not the Windows one.
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  9. Posts : 415
    W8 Pro, W7 Ultimate, XP Pro x64, Vista x64, Ubuntu
       #129

    linuzo said:
    Here is my latest with Build 7000 on my Dell XPS M1330 (Man I love this laptop)
    I love the M1330 too. I've used one of them well over 12 hours a day, daily, for over a year now.

    Check out this post of mine about "upgrading" a fresh factory installation of Vista 32-bit Home Premium with W7 7000 32-bit and then comparing with a clean install of W7 (32 and/or 64 bit).


    Your feedback on Windows 7 X64 Build 7000...

    Basically the upgrade is quite slow but the clean install of W7 x64 is top notch flawless and fast. When 4GB RAM stick get a little cheaper, I'm going for 2X4GB.
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  10. Posts : 415
    W8 Pro, W7 Ultimate, XP Pro x64, Vista x64, Ubuntu
       #130

    mSeliga said:
    Not to good, but I have a ton of hardware installed. It hangs up at the BIOS boot screen, not the Windows one.
    What type of system do you have? Sometimes you need to flush the NVRAM in the BIOS to get it back into shape.
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