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  1. Posts : 6
    Windows 7 Ultimate 32-Bit (x86)
       #971

    davehc said:
    Looks like I'm on a winner (so far) lol
    Nope i'm winning so far lol
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  2. Dom
    Posts : 2,295
    Windows Seven Ultimate
       #972

    syed097 said:
    davehc said:
    Looks like I'm on a winner (so far) lol
    Nope i'm winning so far lol
    That startup time was way back in 2008 syed097.... look back at the last couple of pages, there are some with 25 seconds
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  3. Posts : 463
    Windows 8 CP x64
       #973

    Dom said:
    syed097 said:
    davehc said:
    Looks like I'm on a winner (so far) lol
    Nope i'm winning so far lol
    That startup time was way back in 2008 syed097.... look back at the last couple of pages, there are some with 25 seconds

    what say buddy..!

    here's mine again with some tweaks..!!!
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  4. Posts : 236
    Win 7 64 bit professional
       #974

    If you are curious about the different components contributing to your bootup time, the following registry edit will provide some very interesting information at bootup.

    Open your registry and go to: –

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWARE -> Microsoft -> Windows -> CurrentVersion -> Policies -> System

    Create a new DWORD called "verbosestatus" and set it to "1". (verbosestatus REG_DWORD 0x00000001 (1))

    Restart Windows and enjoy.

    This might have been posted elsewhere but I figured some users might not be familiar with this edit. Obviously please exercise care when editing your registry.
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  5. Posts : 541
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64
       #975
    Last edited by stereo; 17 Sep 2010 at 07:53.
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  6. Posts : 16
    windows7
       #976

    134sec...................
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  7. Posts : 1,483
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
       #977

    sumitsingh said:
    134sec...................
    Don't feel too bad, I'm looking at 108 seconds as my best boot time - no tweaks.

    Office 2007, AutoCad Architecture 2011 and XP Mode installed among a myriad of others though I don't think the aforementioned programs affect start-up time too much. The notification area is showing Display Fusion Pro, Smart Defrag, AVG 9.0 Internet Security, Lightshot (better than snipping tool) and all of the other obligatory system icons such as display driver, touchpad, Action Center, wireless, and sound.

    BootRacer showed a 61 second time, however.

    My weak link would definitely be my 3 year old laptop with a 1.8 GHz Core2Duo and 3 GB RAM. I don't think a dual monitor setup affects such times, does it? I'm using the 17" laptop screen and a 19" monitor, attached, for an extended desktop.
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  8. Posts : 55
    Windows 7 Home Premium
       #978

    Yeah same as mark


    Oh Yeah no changes to boot start up programs NO TWEAKS
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  9. Posts : 10
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64/x32
       #979

    With SSD, reboot time is getting faster and faster. No SSD, my laptop reboot time vary between 43 to 48 sec.
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  10. Dom
    Posts : 2,295
    Windows Seven Ultimate
       #980

    KotaXor said:
    With SSD, reboot time is getting faster and faster. No SSD, my laptop reboot time vary between 43 to 48 sec.
    I can barely get a minute with my laptop
    Now with my external USB my boot times are getting very slow.
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