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    Quote Originally Posted by WuNgUn View Post
    Thanks Injector...
    I enabled 2 cores anyway, but haven't timed a resume before/after.
    You mean both cores on a dual core setup arent automatically on?
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    Nope...I had to manually configure it. And on my quad core desktop, same thing...both Vista and W7.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WuNgUn View Post
    Nope...I had to manually configure it. And on my quad core desktop, same thing...both Vista and W7.
    OH wow. I am using XP, but I have a AMD Turion X2. I have to check on that when I get my screen back from Lilliput.
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    It surprised me too that it was not automatically using as many procs as possible. I'll have to see if it actually improved my boot times. Looks very promising from the results posted here.

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    thanks for the info


    (kinda hard to accept it though from a person with so many desktop icons )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rescuer View Post
    thanks for the info


    (kinda hard to accept it though from a person with so many desktop icons )
    Yeah, and they're auto-arranged too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rescuer View Post
    thanks for the info


    (kinda hard to accept it though from a person with so many desktop icons )
    That's nothing compared to some of the desktops I've seen here at work. Worst I've seen is 1680x1050 filled with icons, to the point any new ones aren't visible, you have to browse to the desktop folder to find 'em.

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    LOL, funny thing is that can cause slow boot times also. I think on my CarPC I keep 13 icons or less. I also do not keep installers or full folders on the desktop either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WuNgUn View Post
    Yeah, and they're auto-arranged too!
    hey man it's a test machine for a reason, i don't really keep them auto arranged i just put them in the order i want.

    but in my car pc i 3 shortcuts

    RR
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    Thanks for the tip. I will try it now!

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