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Booting time I have two pc's of same configuration but i found that both has different boot-time,Even with the fresh copy of windows. what could be the reason,help me?

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Re: booting time

Could one of them have different CMOS settings related to the harddrive or the video card? If they are exactly the same in all settings and hardware versions, then they still can have different boot times by a few seconds, I've seen that. ZT3000 Beta tester of "0"s and "1's"

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