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    News - SanDisk, Insyde and Microsoft show off super-quick Windows 7 boot

    Fed up of waiting for your system to boot? InsydeH2O's Blink Boot technology could have you up and running in under 15 seconds.
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    Re: News - SanDisk, Insyde and Microsoft show off super-quick Windows 7 boot

    Like to see it do that from a cold boot.

    It would be nice to see it get back to the desktop as quickly as it does from a Sleep state.

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    Re: News - SanDisk, Insyde and Microsoft show off super-quick Windows 7 boot

    That was unimpressive! Need one from a cold boot!

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    Re: News - SanDisk, Insyde and Microsoft show off super-quick Windows 7 boot

    The big story is reducing BIOS lag - it's the majority of my boot time since I moved to SSD.
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    Re: News - SanDisk, Insyde and Microsoft show off super-quick Windows 7 boot

    Quote Originally Posted by dangel View Post
    The big story is reducing BIOS lag - it's the majority of my boot time since I moved to SSD.
    true that. pc bios needed to die 10 years ago
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    Re: News - SanDisk, Insyde and Microsoft show off super-quick Windows 7 boot

    Quote Originally Posted by alsenior View Post
    true that. Pc bios needed to die 10 years ago
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    Re: News - SanDisk, Insyde and Microsoft show off super-quick Windows 7 boot

    So why do three companies need to colaborate to do this?
    My PC boots from cold in about 20 seconds after the BIOS and theres nothing special about it..

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    Re: News - SanDisk, Insyde and Microsoft show off super-quick Windows 7 boot

    Quote Originally Posted by [GSV]Trig View Post
    So why do three companies need to colaborate to do this?
    My PC boots from cold in about 20 seconds after the BIOS and theres nothing special about it..
    this one included post

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    Re: News - SanDisk, Insyde and Microsoft show off super-quick Windows 7 boot

    Quote Originally Posted by semo View Post
    this one included post
    Say what now?

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    Re: News - SanDisk, Insyde and Microsoft show off super-quick Windows 7 boot

    Quote Originally Posted by [GSV]Trig View Post
    Say what now?
    It included the power on self test, or POST.

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    Re: News - SanDisk, Insyde and Microsoft show off super-quick Windows 7 boot

    Quote Originally Posted by [GSV]Trig View Post
    Say what now?
    I thought you worked in IT?
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    Re: News - SanDisk, Insyde and Microsoft show off super-quick Windows 7 boot

    Quote Originally Posted by badass View Post
    I thought you worked in IT?
    I do, busy day, misread what he said..

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