30+ second loading from Post to Desktop

Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by catdog215, Oct 21, 2009.

  1. catdog215

    catdog215 MDL Senior Member

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    i have a new Intel DG45ID, Intel® Core™2 Quad Q6600 (8M Cache, 2.40 GHz, 1066 MHz FSB), 4gb memory, 500gb hd, dvd writer, Vista Ult x64. using 7loader 1.6.1d

    Installed: Office 2007, win-rar, java, adobe reader, adobe flash, and symantec

    Is this normal? loading from POST to Desktop, it took 30second or more.. or my pc is slow? thx
     
  2. Michel

    Michel MDL Expert

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    This is not normal at all, check if you have a virus, malware or spyware on your pc.
     
  3. danny3456

    danny3456 MDL Member

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    Yours are not specific enough for anyone can help you. POST or windows causing the delay can have different diagnosis.:cool:
     
  4. dragonfire665

    dragonfire665 MDL Member

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    i dont see 30seconds being a bad loading time, i think thats pretty fast if you want faster then never shut off the pc. I have the same as you but q6700 and 6Gb of rams and 3 hard drives and it takes me about 45seconds to start and im using vista loader 2.2.2. My opinion thats pretty good starting time
     
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  5. catdog215

    catdog215 MDL Senior Member

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    thank you alll. now i'm out of vista and headed to window 7 :). the loading time is fast. What i try to say in my post was from the time you power up your pc to the time u see your desktop, no password login. it tooks awhile mayb 30+ second. but anyway, window 7 load faster. thx all
     
  6. PsyCl0ne

    PsyCl0ne MDL Novice

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    Hi, grats on the upgrade but I just want to throw this out there, but make sure that your fans and heat sinks inside your case are clean and clear of dust. Heat will make you system slow down for no apparent reason at all.