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    Default Re: Windows 7 pro 64bit slooow boot with new MOB and CPU.. slower than old ones

    to the op,here cheapest i could find on the net,78 free delivery

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    Default Re: Windows 7 pro 64bit slooow boot with new MOB and CPU.. slower than old ones

    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post
    you wont be installing everything on your ssd,just the os and essential programs/games,keep your old hdd for the non important stuff(things that dont need to be loaded quickly ect) keep it as a storage drive

    sandisk is ok,depends on the price really,imo 128gb would be enough but if the 256gb isnt much more its worth considering

    I think i will keep the WD HD for storage definately.. well its 80 for 120-128gb and 140 -160 for 240 -256g..


    Most reviews i read state they wished they bought the bigger drive.. having sadi that i could probably get 3 64gb for 150.. would their be a benefit to raid 2 of them? i have never run a raid before so not sure of the benefits..

    As stated in the post above it might be worth getting another WD blue and raiding them.. alot more storage.. but would i see enought performance difference.. i would get alot more space but would it compare to a SSD..

    food for thought..

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    It's entirely upto you, which drive you want/need,raid won't even come close to ssd performance,the sandisk drive is a decent drive for the money
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    Too true.. Thanks for all the great advice and help! Think i will go for the samsung 128g.. Woop woop.. Will let you know how i get on.
    Many thanks

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    Yeah post back with your findings,if it doesn't improve your boot times,somethings seriously wrong
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    Default Re: Windows 7 pro 64bit slooow boot with new MOB and CPU.. slower than old ones

    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post
    Yeah post back with your findings,if it doesn't improve your boot times,somethings seriously wrong
    Lol chased it down to it being a graphics driver...

    My card is the Asus GT 550TI overclocked version and was downloading the drivers from NVidia.

    I did a Bios update on the graphics card and used their site to download the latest Nvidia driver. have to say the package was the same as the one from Nvidia site, but the drivers " Nvidia PhysX System Software" was the thorn in the side.

    Any how all boots sweet as..

    I went for the Crucial M4 in the end.

    The chap at Novatech, stated that the large file handling and real world performance was alot better than most out there.

    So hey sweet machine now.. just got to format my other drive..

    Thanks for all the help advice on this forum great brunch of peeps.

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    i wouldnt have thought graphics driver would cause slow bootups but atleast you found out what it was,an ssd will still improve things further though
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    Default Re: Windows 7 pro 64bit slooow boot with new MOB and CPU.. slower than old ones

    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post
    i wouldnt have thought graphics driver would cause slow bootups but atleast you found out what it was,an ssd will still improve things further though
    I know i wouldn't of thought it.. but it even caused the SSD to hang for about 30 sec.. this is the problem with companies nowerdays they only develope for their system,, and not the bigger picture.. at least its all sorted and works super quick.

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    Default Re: Windows 7 pro 64bit slooow boot with new MOB and CPU.. slower than old ones

    Hi i have another issue with the original 500GB WD hard drive.. it won't let me delete the partition where the original windows was installed.. this is throwing out every boot up.. i have tried formatting to no avail.. do you kow of any software that might help in this issue of completely resetting the darn thing.. grr.

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    Default Re: Windows 7 pro 64bit slooow boot with new MOB and CPU.. slower than old ones

    Western Digital has free software that you can download.
    The safest way is to boot with the WD software on a bootable usb or optical drive and disconnect all all drives from your system except for the 500GB WD drive.
    You can use their diagnostic software to write zeros to the beginning and end of the drive.
    WD also has disk partitioning software that will let you format, create, or delete partitions.

    The WD options will be simpler and easier than run win7's repair option from the installation DVD, where you would need to run Diskpart and manually enter the correct command sequence.

    If you have other drives installed when using any of these options, you run the risk of accidentally deleting the wrong partition.
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