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ldelossa
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Registered: ‎01-27-2012
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Re: Boot time and Power Manager

Wow I actually never thought of that, just restorying the registry after you make a ton of changes. I have known hahahaha. thanks! 

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Weston
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Re: Boot time and Power Manager

How does one disable or change he options for rapidboot? I can not find anything on it except some support files in the lenovo folder on my computer. 

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ldelossa
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Re: Boot time and Power Manager

It should be in add and remove programs, if not you may have not installed it if you did a clean installation of windows after getting your laptop.

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theflyingwing
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Re: Boot time and Power Manager

As it was with ColonelONeill I startup my machine within 14-15 seconds when set to maximum performance in the power manager. When set to maximum battery life it takes some 20-21 seconds which is still very nice.

 

I am quite happy with this speed if you imagine that my last clean Windows setup is now more than 4 month ago. :smileyvery-happy:

 

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W520-4282W17, 16GB (2x8GB) 1866MHz Crucial, Quadro 2000, Intel mSATA 80GB SSD + HDD, Bios 1.33, all latest drivers
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ldelossa
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Re: Boot time and Power Manager

Yes playing around with power manager is crucial ot getthing those fast speeds. I had to do a reformat last night due to some other factors. Now I'm having trouble getting my boot time to 26 seconds on balanced battery plan. Frustrating! haha.

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ColonelONeill
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Registered: ‎12-26-2009
Location: Toronto
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Re: Boot time and Power Manager

Heh, I'm still running my preload Windows from way out in August 2011.

If you're on a just installed Windows, run
C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\ngen.exe executequeueditems
It forces the compilation of .NET binaries. Might help with the boots.
W520: i7-2720QM, Q2000M at 1080/700/1400, 22GB RAM, 500GB HDD, FHD screen
TPT1: 1839-23U, stock ICS
X61T: L7500, 3GB RAM, 500GB HDD, XGA screen, Ultrabase
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ldelossa
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Registered: ‎01-27-2012
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Re: Boot time and Power Manager

Your just full of tricks! Where's a good spot to get tips like those?

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ldelossa
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that did the just the trick! one other thing ppl using Ccleaner, it kills the mssearch index everytime it runs so uncheck that for faster boottimes since i think the rebuild of the index starts immediately on startup.