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    I'd get roughly a 10 to 15 second boot time with an nLited version of server 2003, no swap file, 512mb ram, and using EWF. Not bad for an 800mhz machine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tidder View Post
    I'd get roughly a 10 to 15 second boot time with an nLited version of server 2003, no swap file, 512mb ram, and using EWF. Not bad for an 800mhz machine.
    That's too fast, I need a few more seconds in the morning to warm up the car.

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    Ha!!!

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    I noticed no difference with hibernate when I switched from full version of XP to a stripped down version of XP. I'm only using 512MB of ram to keep the hibernate file small.

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    ok, u know if a zotac 610i support this feature?

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    Most motherboards have this feature.
    To be 100% certain, I'd check out the motherboard's user manual and see what it says about options available int he BIOS setup.
    That should give you a clue.
    Have you looked in the FAQ yet?
    How about the Wiki?



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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackStealth View Post
    I noticed no difference with hibernate when I switched from full version of XP to a stripped down version of XP. I'm only using 512MB of ram to keep the hibernate file small.
    Yeah, there really should be no difference. What makes a difference is hibernation speeds is ram size of course, and system/ram speed. All you're doing is dumping the entire contents of ram to your hdd. How you've optimized windows will not matter.
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