ReBoot Time

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  1. Posts : 323
    Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
       #481

    Just wanted to see bootracer in action.
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  2. Posts : 53
    Windows 7 Ultimate/XP SP3
       #482

    Man, I'm not even going to post mine.

    Windows itself starts up extremely fast. Unfortunately my Bios hangs on the HP screen for at least 20 seconds sometimes. I wonder if I can change that.

    If it weren't for the bios taking forever mine would probably be in the 80 second range.
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  3. Posts : 415
    W8 Pro, W7 Ultimate, XP Pro x64, Vista x64, Ubuntu
       #483

    sagebrushfire said:
    Man, I'm not even going to post mine.

    Windows itself starts up extremely fast. Unfortunately my Bios hangs on the HP screen for at least 20 seconds sometimes. I wonder if I can change that.

    If it weren't for the bios taking forever mine would probably be in the 80 second range.
    Was the time in BIOS quicker at some point in the past? If if was, sometimes clearing the NVRAM will bring it back to normal
    Tom.
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  4. Posts : 18
    Windows 7 Ultimate X64 NL
       #484

    I have seen much better times but here is mine;

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  5. Posts : 25
    windows 7 ultimate
       #485

    Heres mine
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  6. Posts : 53
    Windows 7 Ultimate/XP SP3
       #486

    zrtom said:
    sagebrushfire said:
    Man, I'm not even going to post mine.

    Windows itself starts up extremely fast. Unfortunately my Bios hangs on the HP screen for at least 20 seconds sometimes. I wonder if I can change that.

    If it weren't for the bios taking forever mine would probably be in the 80 second range.
    Was the time in BIOS quicker at some point in the past? If if was, sometimes clearing the NVRAM will bring it back to normal
    Tom.

    Actually I got my computer from my school and they had some weird setup that took you to this black screen looking for a network. Before I reset the BIOS by taking out the battery it used to take 1-2 MINUTES just to get past the BIOS.
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  7. Posts : 2,651
    W7 RTM Ultimate x64
       #487

    I'm not sure if mines fast, but it's a good 20 seconds quicker then my old laptop, cept this one hangs on the BIOS screen as well, mainly because the IDE drive takes a good 5 seconds to spool up. but heres my time:
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  8. Posts : 458
    Windows 7 7600 x64 (16385) Ultimate,Windows Vista x64 Ultimate
       #488

    sagebrushfire said:
    zrtom said:
    sagebrushfire said:
    Man, I'm not even going to post mine.

    Windows itself starts up extremely fast. Unfortunately my Bios hangs on the HP screen for at least 20 seconds sometimes. I wonder if I can change that.

    If it weren't for the bios taking forever mine would probably be in the 80 second range.
    Was the time in BIOS quicker at some point in the past? If if was, sometimes clearing the NVRAM will bring it back to normal
    Tom.

    Actually I got my computer from my school and they had some weird setup that took you to this black screen looking for a network. Before I reset the BIOS by taking out the battery it used to take 1-2 MINUTES just to get past the BIOS.
    If you have USB devices, try disconnecting them one by one and try rebooting each time. i have found on a few computers, when they have certain USB devices plugged in they sit at the post screen for ages, and that is what yours is doing. the HP logo just covers the post screen.

    Also you will probably find the bios was set to boot via the network hub b4 you reset it.

    anywho im gonna give this test a try.
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  9. Posts : 458
    Windows 7 7600 x64 (16385) Ultimate,Windows Vista x64 Ultimate
       #489

    I think it has alot to do with what and or how many apps you have running at startup. obviously a fresh install would run quicker...
    ReBoot Time-boot-time.png
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  10. Posts : 458
    Windows 7 7600 x64 (16385) Ultimate,Windows Vista x64 Ultimate
       #490

    any boot test should really be tested on a fresh install with only drivers installed and without modifying the boot apps and service programs, then you could see what overclocking performs best ect.

    anywho...69 yeh baby!

    i tried that BootRacer but after rebooting, the BootRacer does not show up on reboot, but it has the services running in task manager. i tried run as admin but no help.
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