fastest windows 8 booting speed

Discussion in 'Windows 8' started by after31, Nov 3, 2012.

  1. after31

    after31 MDL Novice

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    any challenger ? :p Capture.jpg
     
  2. igoreshka

    igoreshka MDL Junior Member

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    how did you do that?

    any trick needed to achieve this speed?
     
  3. rafikwood

    rafikwood MDL Novice

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    fake :D we need a video to believe it :confused:
     
  4. Warmonger

    Warmonger MDL Novice

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    High end CPU and two SATAIII SSD's in Raid-0 and you can boot any OS in about 5-15 seconds. :good3:
     
  5. almoon

    almoon MDL Novice

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    #5 almoon, Nov 3, 2012
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    Toshiba Qosmio x875 :cool: ... maybe if I disable those high impact processes, I can get a faster boot time.
     

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  6. after31

    after31 MDL Novice

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    Guys, I made it by "pure" UEFI (disable legacy bios) + enable Intel mother board "Booting optimization" Capture.jpg
     
  7. sausuke

    sausuke MDL Novice

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    where can I see that option and how to install windows 8 in UEFI mode? thanks
     
  8. after31

    after31 MDL Novice

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    Please check your MB BIOS settings, not every MB has UEFI Mode. I posted a thread in Intel deskboard forum, maybe you can refer it.
     
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    jjosefo MDL Novice

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  10. sausuke

    sausuke MDL Novice

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    I seen mine.. need to reformat again for UEFI mode.. my motherboard supports it -___- any tutorial links on how to install windows 8 on UEFI mode? thanks
     
  11. after31

    after31 MDL Novice

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    enable UEFI really let windows 8 boots faster, but only when "legacy bios mode" is disabled, you can get the ultimate booting speed. Here it is : communities. intel. com/ message/ 171062#171062
     
  12. after31

    after31 MDL Novice

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    I have no Youku account and I do not want to apply for, and believe it not up to you, I do not mind.
     
  13. after31

    after31 MDL Novice

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    Yes, you need reformat your harddisk for uefi. Please be carefully. To vervify weather your installation is successful or not, press "win" + "R", input "msinfo32.exe" to check "BIOS MODE" is "UEFI" or not. Good luck and you are always welcome.
     
  14. sausuke

    sausuke MDL Novice

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    yup mine is on legacy mode XD so I will reformat again.. thanks for posting this thread :D currently creating usb installer..
     
  15. HeadWalker

    HeadWalker MDL Senior Member

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    Where enable it? My mobo is ASUS P8Z68 V-PRO.
     
  16. after31

    after31 MDL Novice

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    Check your bios setting or ask Asus. If your MB is intel 7 series, UEFI option should be provided.
     
  17. FaiKee

    FaiKee Misinformation spreader

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  18. after31

    after31 MDL Novice

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    Hi bug, the "ultra" uefi which I mentioned just is disable "legacy bios" thoroughly (I call it "pure" UEFI). Most of MB supports UEFI(but with Legacy bios still enabled), but not all of them support "Secure Boot"(with Legacy bios disabled thoroughly ). To active this mode, you have to enable IGP (Intel integrated graphics), set it to primary video card, and connect a monitor to its output (dvi, hdmi, dp, it does not matter which one). The fact is: when you disable "legacy bios", your add-in video card will not be recognized in bios until login windows 8. Before login windows 8, only the monitor connected to IGP shows information, your another monitor connected to GTX680 is always black screen. So your GTX680 has nothing to trouble UEFI, this function is built in your MB. The point is if you want to use "Secure Boot", "legacy bios" must be disabled and IGP must be enabled and set to primary. Intel made this limitation to let us use its integrated Graphics, there is no other way... I have posted a very detail explaination on Intel Deskboard forums, Ihope it can help you:http:/ /communities. intel. com/message / 171219 (please remove the space between the link).
     
  19. sausuke

    sausuke MDL Novice

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    #20 sausuke, Nov 3, 2012
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    btw how to enable the timer in task manager.. I really want to know thanks