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MagicAndre1981

How to speed up boot process under Windows Vista or Windows 7

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I see a lot of people improving their boot times from almost 1 minute to 30 seconds. My current boot time is about 29 to 30 seconds as it is. Can i expect to see any improvement from Readyboot if I'm already at the 30 second mark?

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I see a lot of people improving their boot times from almost 1 minute to 30 seconds. My current boot time is about 29 to 30 seconds as it is. Can i expect to see any improvement from Readyboot if I'm already at the 30 second mark?

do a normal boot trace and look at the ReadyBoot graph. If it shows much black, run it. If it is mostly green/orange Readyboot is already fully trained.

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shutdo    0

First of all, thanks for writing this wonderful guide! It really worked, my boot time went from 150 s to 43 s. but that was a month ago, now my boot time is gradually increasing, but I haven't installed anything or change any settings on my PC, startup now take 60s (even after defrag). What can I do now?? Will applying the tweak again help??

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