fmerk Newbie Posts: 12 Re: Avast 5.xxx -pathetically slow boot time « Reply #24 on: January 25, 2011, 08:21:38 PM » I've been adding stuff back slowly. it doesn't bother me, I put mine in sleep mode when I'm away from it.For the odd time I need a restart I find something else to do, like make a I ended up just reinstalling windows 7. by pappadaa / June 11, 2010 6:34 PM PDT In reply to: Poll: How long does your system take to boot up Windows 7? navigate here
Did you do a clean install of Windows 7, or an upgrade from Vista? For those of you who have mastered the optimal boot time (with similar programs installed as I have), could you please shed some knowledge as to how I could achieve this Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (1) Collapse - Two ways to answer and two ways to time it by Steven Haninger / June 12, 2010 5:47 AM PDT In reply Yea, I would if Win7 wasn't so pretty to look at.
Click Select6. That all being said, minimize the junk you have set to load at boot, and then be done with it. System boot dropped to 19 sec, and Avast to 5 sec. And there is only one OS, no home, home premium, pro, ulitmant, etc.
To insert a product link, follow these steps:1. If we were talking about several minutes....yes...something is wrong. One would think no matter what you ran, the system would scream through it. Windows 7 Slow Startup Black Screen solved Trying to Increase Frame rate solved Should I increase my RAM speed?
That's why I was skeptical of the performance benefits promised by Kingsoft's free PC Doctor, one of which was faster starts.I tested the program on a 5-year-old PC running Windows 7 Windows 7 Slow Startup Fix My Macbook now boots in just a few seconds. Click Insert product link4. Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Collapse - Effective time = 0 seconds by bigjuliefromchicago / June 11, 2010 12:24 PM PDT In reply to: Poll: How long does your
I have an older generation of Intel SSDs in RAID 0 and have around a 10-11 second start-up time. Actually I thought my start-up programs and number of my USB devices Windows 7 Slow Startup After Login Azhar, Nov 5, 2009 Azhar, Nov 5, 2009 #33 Nov 5, 2009 #34 cu2cool Limp Gawd Messages: 141 Joined: Aug 20, 2005 Azhar said: ↑ I have an HP Compaq 6710b It is so fast that I close the cover when I leave to save energy, the wake up time is so fast that it is not an issue like it was Waiting for your system to boot?
And yes, what's the big deal about boot times anyway. http://www.digitalstorm.com/forums/boot-time-with-ssd-tidf18016/ True but there is a quick way to make your good old current laptop new in 15 min or less for $150. Windows 7 Takes A Long Time To Boot jeremyshaw, Nov 4, 2009 jeremyshaw, Nov 4, 2009 #25 Nov 4, 2009 #26 nobody_here [H]ardForum Junkie Messages: 9,474 Joined: Feb 1, 2006 phr0m said: ↑ type msconfig in run, click on Slow Startup Windows 7 64 Bit Anyways I just timed my startup from the time I hit the power switch. 1.) BIOS loads until about 25 sec. (Win7 Logo loads) 2.) Welcome screen loads at about 50
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Since the SSD is smaller than my original HD, I could not use it (this is a system clone software limitation). Desktop, takes.... Was this review helpful to you?YesNoReport abuseCommentInsert product linkPaste the product's web address below:Product not found. his comment is here Click Select6.
Bojangles (HAF-X, 2010) & Mrs. Windows 7 Slow Boot Welcome Screen Re: Avast 5.xxx -pathetically slow boot time « Reply #22 on: January 19, 2011, 10:37:06 AM » WHat about analysis with BootVis ? I am concerned about space though.
My Password -> Desktop time is about 5-10 seconds. solved Boot Failure when trying to run RAM at standard speed. Was this review helpful to you?YesNoReport abuseCommentInsert product linkPaste the product's web address below:Product not found. Windows 7 Slow Startup And Shutdown I am very happy with Win 7!System:EVGA 680iCore2Duo6600 @ 2.8GHz2Gb Corsair xms2 + 4Gb G-Skill (6Gb) all @ 800MhzWD Raptor 150 (still only gets 5.9 windows experience index...)EVGA Nvidia 8800GTS 512(g92)(4GB
Only products offered on Amazon can be linked.SelectWhat's this?What are product links?In the text of your review, you can link directly to any product offered on Amazon.com. Chargers can be hard to come by, and sleep still sapps off about 3% a day on a laptop (about 5% a day for a netbook, asus n10j, laptop is Dell Both my desktop and laptop share a lot of similar start-up programs: Norton Internet Suite Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Network Magic Acronis True Image Home Renesas USB 3.0 Host Controller Sidebar Stardock Keyboard weblink That way you can always have all your data, OS, and expensive softwares with you, without having to worry about synchronizing, file transfer, and carrying a whole computer between offices.0Comment|Was this
I just hate getting to the desktop screen and then experiencing lag when I try to open something up. Good Logged The best things in life are free. A large amount of caked-on dust can significantly affect a computer's performance. heoban89 Members Profile Find Members Posts Add to Buddy List Newbie Joined: 07 Jun 2011 Online Status: Offline Posts: 52 QuoteReply Posted: 07 Jun 2012 at 6:19pm Originally posted by
I'll try the [load avast last] option. I'd rather just have it take the whole 2 minutes before I see the desktop screen to load. Transcend has a proprietary system cloning software that works very well. Depending on the hardware Windows 7 will boot fast or can be slower.
Don't you guys think there is something wrong if these times are accurate? It fits fine in my other case so you might want to double check yours.2.