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Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 10 of The ones it offers to delay may be accessible to do that in Services. However, Windows started, took minutes again, the required apps this time took min to load, instead of last nights and instead of 38 required apps this time there are 42 required apps to load, SOluto included. Hi Greg! Boot now takes about 58 seconds, including starting up programs on logon.

  • How do I disable my computer BIOS splash screen
  • Make Your PC Boot Faster With These BIOS Tweaks PCWorld
  • Extremely long boot time & long last BIOS time
  • Motherboard takes 30+ minutes to reach splash screen during boot. Tom's Hardware Forum

  • Video: Speed up bios splash screen CUSTOM Windows 10 Boot Logo! [How To]!

    A few simple changes to its BIOS can shorten its boot times On most systems, a startup screen appears as soon as you power up; look for text.

    When your computer starts up, a splash screen is seen for a few seconds.

    This splash screen usually displays the computer manufacturer's. The BIOS is the best place to start when you're looking to decrease PC boot times.

    A lot of Enabling Quick Boot will speed up boot times.
    I'm wondering if a total reinstall of windows is needed.

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    If anyone has ideas for me to try i would greatly appreciate your time. Yes I'm still watching.

    How do I disable my computer BIOS splash screen

    It might still be worth rolling back as far as you can with System Restore. If there's a universal truth among computer users, it's that all of them want their PC to start up faster. I haven't noticed any change in performance whatsoever. In the old days, computers had to perform a rather lengthy power-on self test POST.

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    Quote: Originally Posted by Legolas13 - Time from fans starting to motherboard splash screen: 15 seconds - Motherboard splash screen: 1 min 29 seconds - time between motherboard splashs creen and "Starting Windows" boot screen: 2 seconds - "Starting Windows" boot screen: 16 seconds - "Starting Windows" to log-in screen: 2 seconds So the big problem here is the motherboard splash screen, which, even disabled from BIOS, still takes the same amount of time to pass.

    Make Your PC Boot Faster With These BIOS Tweaks PCWorld

    The boot time is ridiculously long - probably about 40 seconds to a minute from pressing power button, to working desktop. Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit 6. Majestic21 4 minutes ago. Support UI.

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    Question Computer takes minutes to boot after replacing graphic card and motherboard.

    Same as if you are trying to get into bios. This'll bring up a boot options menu. Look for the option that says 'command prompt' and use that.

    My pc boot up about seconds. seconds bios splash screen and 5 seconds windows boot up(to the lock screen).

    Extremely long boot time & long last BIOS time

    Is there a way to speed up. is black until windows loads.

    images speed up bios splash screen

    there is no splash screen to enter bios, but things, say USB ports or PCIe slots to speed up the boot process.
    This is not a reason not to use its Startup detection tools though as I do sometimes because nothing other than the Trace gets deeper, and the Trace seems to be only readable by its author Cluberti who may be unavailable. Yes I'm still watching. Look for the option that says 'command prompt' and use that. The time now is Quote: Originally Posted by Legolas

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    OS Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit 6.

    If the pc will post, plug in the OS drive only. If you aren't terribly tech-savvy, you might want to steer clear.

    Motherboard takes 30+ minutes to reach splash screen during boot. Tom's Hardware Forum

    General Discussion. Though you're unlikely to inflict any permanent harm on your system, changing the wrong setting could leave you with a PC that doesn't boot properly. Taking a picture of motherboard wires Are Motherboards taking a step back?