ReBoot Time

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  1. Posts : 2
    Windows Home Premium 64bit
       #981

    Better than i thought...


    On dv6 HP pavillion
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  2. Posts : 19
    Windows 7 Ultimate 32-Bit/XP x64
       #982

    Not too shabby for an aging gaming rig from 2007 or so.
    EDIT: It is a multiboot PC though, and it works like this:
    *Starts*
    Then a GRUB thing appears, I have to scroll down to "Windows 7 (Loader)" And select that.
    Then I get the boot manager for Windows, obviously I select Windows 7 and then it boots.
    Then there's the password.
    9 letters long, I can only type it so fast.
    But to be honest these are all just excuses, my PC is not good. :P
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  3. Posts : 10
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64/x32
       #983

    Dom said:
    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.
    I found that after using PerfectDisk for defrag, the boot up time decreases.
    Initially, I was using Diskeeper and the reboot time was 55 sec.
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  4. Posts : 451
    Windows 7 Ultimate
       #984

    Mine is a older off lease Dell Optiplex GX620 running Win7 Ultimate. Made no changes other than upping the ram from 2.0GB to 4.0GB and installing a nVidia GeForce 9500 GT. I also password protect my system (Keeps the wife's niece's and nephews off) so I had to enter my password.
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  5. Posts : 12,177
    Windows 7 Ult x64 - SP1/ Windows 8 Pro x64
       #985

    This is the best one I've gotten.

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  6.    #986

    Attachment 98981
    amazing what an SSD can do once you get rid of the factory bloat
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  7. Posts : 33
    Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit
       #987

    just tested mine 53sec not bad
    still very quick for me
    Not as fast as yours madtownidiot
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  8.    #988

    laptops for some reason are easier to tweak for a quick boot than high end gaming systems. I'm still tweaking the overclock for the desktop in my specs but it won't be anywhere near as fast on restarts as this Dell... maybe low 30's at best if I wipe the HDD's, and reinstall to a small partition, leaving the rest of the HDDs unformattted
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  9. Posts : 7,878
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64
       #989

    madtownidiot said:
    laptops for some reason are easier to tweak for a quick boot than high end gaming systems. I'm still tweaking the overclock for the desktop in my specs but it won't be anywhere near as fast on restarts as this Dell... maybe low 30's at best if I wipe the HDD's, and reinstall to a small partition, leaving the rest of the HDDs unformattted
    Yeah, my laptop posts almost immediately, but my desktop with my SSD takes longer to post than to start Windows. But once the boxes are up and running, my desktop kicks the ever loving crap out of my laptop. So, I just try not be obsessed with the reboot time. It is what it is...and I don't honestly reboot very often at all.
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  10.    #990

    just for the h*ll of it... lol


    virtual box with 512MB RAM allocated to it
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