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    Default Re: Please post boot/shutdown/wakeup times. x58 ud5

    Hmm, that's odd to see. Most systems I have used this on gain 10-20 second or more. But of course overall system speed, ram speed, and installed/running programs at startup and shutdown all have an effect

    I have also tested stock vista clean install before and after and gained 20-25 seconds always.

    Maybe your system was already tweaked good? There was other tweaks included though aside from shutdown speed tweaks, in case you did not go read. Notepad Wordwrap I love!!

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    Default Re: Please post boot/shutdown/wakeup times. x58 ud5

    Im sure I didnt do it properly I will run it again.

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    Default Re: Please post boot/shutdown/wakeup times. x58 ud5

    Ahh like I said, your system may have already been tweaked pretty good maybe?

    I just asked the guy who made the reboot timer if he would/could make a S3 resume timer for us. I edited the script and can make it test hybrid/hibernate but can't get it to test S3 resume... I think I am trying the wrong command.

    If he replies with a new S3 resume timer I will post it here

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    Default Re: Please post boot/shutdown/wakeup times. x58 ud5

    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    Hmm, that's odd to see. Most systems I have used this on gain 10-20 second or more. But of course overall system speed, ram speed, and installed/running programs at startup and shutdown all have an effect

    I have also tested stock vista clean install before and after and gained 20-25 seconds always.

    Maybe your system was already tweaked good? There was other tweaks included though aside from shutdown speed tweaks, in case you did not go read. Notepad Wordwrap I love!!
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