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Thread: Very Slow install

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    Default Very Slow install

    I have a Gigabyte ga-ep45-ds4p motherboard with a Intel Core 2 Quad 2.8ghz cpu with 2gb of memory.

    When I install windows vista is takes a long time to get to each step of the install process. Once vista is installed is runs just fine. I also tried windows 7 and it does the same thing. I was just wondering if that is normal or there is something wrong with the motherboard it self.

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    Default Re: Very Slow install

    nothing wrong with board with 2 GB of ram thats will be normal
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    Default Re: Very Slow install

    I see this OFTEN, and I am not sure why it now does this when it did not in the past.

    Anyway, this is how you correct it.

    Go into the standard page of the BIOS, scroll down to where is says "Drive A" and set that to NONE. Then go into the advanced BIOS features page and set first, second, third boot devices to whatever you want it to be, but remove floppy from the top of the list.

    So set Hard drive, hard drive, CD or CD, Hard drive, hard drive, ect.

    Then you install will fly by as you would expect

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