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Slow start up on bios

My computer will take a long time to start up in windows Xp pro and bios but once it runs in windows I have no problem. what could be the problem?

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  • ellswt Jan 13, 2008

    i too have an asrock mobo same problem,,

    amd athlon x2 4200 +

    nvidia 5200 fx agp video\

    1 gig of crucial pc 2700 memory

    asrock 939 dual vsta

    430 watt sparkle PS

    i have flashed my bios without results



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