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Slow boot suddently what happen is that I boot the os, there 's a long wait with asus screenshot . hard disk is not working , it can last 1 or 2 minutes then the boot start. usually that screenshot last a couple of seconds. already reinstalled oll drivers.thanks

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  • alberto_bern Sep 12, 2008

    it's already set to boot from hd

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I'm glad for your excellent rating , if I did not give you enough info is because I don't know what kind of info can useful for your answer. I'll try with batteries .thanks very much.I'll let you know.

Posted on Sep 13, 2008

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You could have a USB device connected and switched on and when you boot its trying to find it and boot from it
You could set BIOS to boot from hard drive to see if it fixes it

Posted on Sep 12, 2008

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    David Sep 12, 2008

    try changing M/board battery
    If that is flat it may require waiting until enough power there to start and by the way I was not trying I answered according to your question. if you do not give enough info do not blame me In 80% of cases my answer would have fixed it *********


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