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    xp optimization with nlite

    Hi all, as the topic title say id like to know whats your settings for xp in your carpc

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    definitely would like to know myself cause i want it faster. all i'm running is freeice

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    u have installed xp full?
    tweaked with nlite is faster...

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    Strait up XP with nothing turned off.
    Works for me.
    Have you looked in the FAQ yet?
    How about the Wiki?



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    isnt the startup too long?

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    a program called bootvis will help you fine tune your start up time. It's on the bottom of this page:

    http://majorgeeks.com/download.php?det=664

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    Quote Originally Posted by poing View Post
    isnt the startup too long?
    Nope.
    Of course I use hibernation mode , so resume from hibernate is pretty quick.
    And "too long" is subjective. What is acceptable to me may not be acceptable to others.

    Define "too long".
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    too long for me is +20 seconds

    id like to have the system ready in 20-s

    how about the power consumption in hibernate mode?

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    Zero power consumption with hibernate mode -- not to be confused with sleep mode which does consume power.

    My machine loads from hibernate in about 5 seconds and then re-initializes in 3 seconds. Too bad my POST takes about 4-5 seconds.

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    and u have a full version of xp?

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