ReBoot Time

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  1. Posts : 8
    Windows 7 64bit
       #721

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  2. Posts : 121
    Windows 7 Ultimate
       #722

    Brian6121990 said:
    i need help with faster boot times,,,recently i just noticed yesterday that it went from 45-46 seconds to over a minute....i havent downloaded anything. i just wish i can boot my pc in around 30-40 seconds.

    oh and i noticed in my add/remove programs list that i see multiple programs with the name of "microsoft visual c+++..." and "microsoft sql server 2005"? what is that used for? sounds like something i dont use...anyone know?
    30-40 seconds is within the SSD's league only. I'm not sure if even RAID 0 raptors can boot that fast. 45 seconds is pretty good for a normal HDD. Remember, we're talking reboot time here, not just boot time. Do paste the list of all your startup items here and we can see what to remove. Defraging makes a HUGE difference too.
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    I've finally managed to hit my target of 24-25 seconds reboot without disabling my frequently used startup programs like biometrics, Dell Control Point and MS Security Essentials. I'm not so concerned with improving just boot speed, but overall drive speed. I also placed MS Word 2010 in the startup folder. Results are consistent, notice that the screen shot isn't from the video.



    Last edited by fatedquest; 25 Feb 2010 at 20:57.
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  3. Posts : 296
    Windows 7 Professional
       #723

    No edit just tweaked, see system specs below:

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    Last edited by Nemix; 24 Feb 2010 at 18:34.
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  4. Posts : 9
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64
       #724

    Wow.
    Nothing to say.

    Im not thaat surprised at the boot time, i do have an extremely fast comp.
    I followed loads of guides with making boot time shorter, even regedited some services out!
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       #725

    severdever said:
    Wow.
    Nothing to say.

    Im not thaat surprised at the boot time, i do have an extremely fast comp.
    I followed loads of guides with making boot time shorter, even regedited some services out!
    Specs, I would like to see some specs!
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  6. Posts : 28,845
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       #726

    Lil' Domii said:
    severdever said:
    Wow.
    Nothing to say.

    Im not thaat surprised at the boot time, i do have an extremely fast comp.
    I followed loads of guides with making boot time shorter, even regedited some services out!
    Specs, I would like to see some specs!
    I have been thinking specs are of late a lost art. I have even stopped looking to see if they are there.
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  7. Posts : 121
    Windows 7 Ultimate
       #727

    severdever said:
    Wow.
    Nothing to say.

    Im not thaat surprised at the boot time, i do have an extremely fast comp.
    I followed loads of guides with making boot time shorter, even regedited some services out!
    Please share your guides and regedits. Thanks. I would like to bring my boot time lower too, but I'm afraid I might edit the wrong entry's and screw up my system. I've notice alot of misinformed guides out there. How stable is your system? I would like to try reducing my startup items and unnecessary services too. Thanks!
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  8. Posts : 296
    Windows 7 Professional
       #728

    I'm willing to share... PM is Key.

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  9. Posts : 9
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64
       #729

    severdever said:
    Wow.
    Nothing to say.

    Im not thaat surprised at the boot time, i do have an extremely fast comp.
    I followed loads of guides with making boot time shorter, even regedited some services out!
    EDIT: Sorry for those who want to know how to do this, i just read loads of guides and edited regedit loads i guess
    One tip is to enable auto login.
    What i did do was set regedit settings to span all starting services across ten minutes after the computer is started!
    Hope this helps....
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  10. Posts : 9
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64
       #730

    fatedquest said:
    severdever said:
    Wow.
    Nothing to say.

    Im not thaat surprised at the boot time, i do have an extremely fast comp.
    I followed loads of guides with making boot time shorter, even regedited some services out!
    Please share your guides and regedits. Thanks. I would like to bring my boot time lower too, but I'm afraid I might edit the wrong entry's and screw up my system. I've notice alot of misinformed guides out there. How stable is your system? I would like to try reducing my startup items and unnecessary services too. Thanks!
    Read my last post, it will clear some things up...
    System is very stable actually.....
    Search google for something like "Delay services on startup".
    I hope I am of any help to you :)
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