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  1. Posts : 303
    Win7 Win 10, Win 8.1
       #581

    Interesting looking boot timer here

    BootRacer - Test your Windows boot speed

    I haven't tried it yet. I will later.
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  2. Posts : 1
    Windows 7 Ultimate
       #582

    This is mine


    51 Seconds after typing a password at Welcome screen and AVG 9 + Admuncher loading at startup

    47 seconds with password disabled and AVG 9 + Admuncher loading at startup
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails ReBoot Time-pains.jpg   ReBoot Time-pains-new.jpg  
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  3. AMD
    Posts : 1
    Windows Seven
       #583

    rakeshz said:
    Attachment 38856

    I think mine is the lowest !!!
    Wow Gr88
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  4. Posts : 415
    W8 Pro, W7 Ultimate, XP Pro x64, Vista x64, Ubuntu
       #584

    rakeshz said:
    Attachment 38856

    I think mine is the lowest !!!
    Close.
    ReBoot Time-xps-420for7forums.png
    I think I posted this already. W7 x64 on 2x30GB OCZ Vertex RAID0. Nothing disabled (but Microsoft Security Essentials not installed yet).
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  5. Posts : 17
    Windows 7
       #585

    zrtom said:
    rakeshz said:
    Attachment 38856

    I think mine is the lowest !!!
    Close.
    ReBoot Time-xps-420for7forums.png
    I think I posted this already. W7 x64 on 2x30GB OCZ Vertex RAID0. Nothing disabled (but Microsoft Security Essentials not installed yet).
    See, this is the type of # I feel I should get (or atleast b/n 30-40 sec), instead of 69 sec I have W7 x64 on a new (3 weeks) build (Asus P6T Deluxe V2, i7 920, 120GB OCZ SSD, 6GB DDR3 OCZ Platinum). I've tried just about everything I've searched and could find (disabling unnec. startup services, disabling Marvell Controller, disabling Express Gate). Anything else to try? I get an Event ID 100 Warning every startup (boot performance monitoring).
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  6. Posts : 10
    Windows 7 Ultimate
       #586

    46 seconds nothing disabled only optimized and updated. Started at 86 seconds.

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  7. Posts : 63
    Windows 8 Pro x64
       #587

    Cybor said:
    46 seconds nothing disabled only optimized and updated. Started at 86 seconds.

    what did you do to improve it? i thought it generally gets slower over time
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  8. Posts : 415
    W8 Pro, W7 Ultimate, XP Pro x64, Vista x64, Ubuntu
       #588

    mdpilam said:
    zrtom said:
    rakeshz said:
    Attachment 38856

    I think mine is the lowest !!!
    Close.
    ReBoot Time-xps-420for7forums.png
    I think I posted this already. W7 x64 on 2x30GB OCZ Vertex RAID0. Nothing disabled (but Microsoft Security Essentials not installed yet).
    See, this is the type of # I feel I should get (or atleast b/n 30-40 sec), instead of 69 sec I have W7 x64 on a new (3 weeks) build (Asus P6T Deluxe V2, i7 920, 120GB OCZ SSD, 6GB DDR3 OCZ Platinum). I've tried just about everything I've searched and could find (disabling unnec. startup services, disabling Marvell Controller, disabling Express Gate). Anything else to try? I get an Event ID 100 Warning every startup (boot performance monitoring).
    Have you done the things on the OCZ Forums for tweaks like checking alignment (most important but if you let W7 use its default, it should be aligned), updating to latest Firmware, etc.? Have you tried the Microsoft native drivers instead of Intel ICH10R drivers? Tried ATA mode instead of AHCI? Power Options set to High Performance?

    How does it run otherwise? IMHO boot speed is overrated. 69 seconds isn't bad but you're right, it should be better, especially on a new build.

    You could try the Windows Debugging Tools: Debugging Tools for Windows - Overview
    Tom
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  9. Posts : 17
    Windows 7
       #589

    zrtom said:
    mdpilam said:
    zrtom said:

    Close.
    ReBoot Time-xps-420for7forums.png
    I think I posted this already. W7 x64 on 2x30GB OCZ Vertex RAID0. Nothing disabled (but Microsoft Security Essentials not installed yet).
    See, this is the type of # I feel I should get (or atleast b/n 30-40 sec), instead of 69 sec I have W7 x64 on a new (3 weeks) build (Asus P6T Deluxe V2, i7 920, 120GB OCZ SSD, 6GB DDR3 OCZ Platinum). I've tried just about everything I've searched and could find (disabling unnec. startup services, disabling Marvell Controller, disabling Express Gate). Anything else to try? I get an Event ID 100 Warning every startup (boot performance monitoring).
    Have you done the things on the OCZ Forums for tweaks like checking alignment (most important but if you let W7 use its default, it should be aligned), updating to latest Firmware, etc.? Have you tried the Microsoft native drivers instead of Intel ICH10R drivers? Tried ATA mode instead of AHCI? Power Options set to High Performance?

    How does it run otherwise? IMHO boot speed is overrated. 69 seconds isn't bad but you're right, it should be better, especially on a new build.

    You could try the Windows Debugging Tools: Debugging Tools for Windows - Overview
    Tom
    Ok, I booted up this morning (forgot it was the first actual startup since I turned off Express Gate and disabled the Marvell Controller in the BIOS), and it took almost 30sec. off my startup time. From Power Button to Desktop in 40 sec. (from 70 sec). Didn't realize those two (would make that much of a difference, since I had the Express Gate timer at 5 sec; though maybe it was the Marvell Controller).

    I did do most of the OCZ rec. tweaks and some other performance tweaks (I've spent WAY more time on this stuff than I imagined I would! - first build). Thanks ALOT for your reply; it has not been easy finding answers to some of this stuff.
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  10. Posts : 846
    Windows 10 Pro
       #590

    I think mine is a little slow today


    I think my computer is a bit slow today.

    With a little modification from Paintshop.
    Last edited by IggyAZ; 07 Jan 2010 at 19:28.
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