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Slow boot at bios screen after installing video card drivers

Last response: in Windows 7
June 13, 2013 4:25:24 AM

A few months ago i did a new build. Everything was fine the first time i booted up, but then when i installed the video drivers for my radeon 6750 it took about 30 seconds to get past the bios screen to the windows loading screeen.

At first i tought it was just to do the with the old video card, but recently i bought a new video card (PowerColor HD 7870 2 GB MYST Edition), installed it, booted up for first time, everything was fine again until i installed the drivers for the new card. Then it went back o slow boot again.

I know its not a huge problem but its just a pain in the *** having to wait so long everytime i restart or power up.

The only thing that i can think that might help would be a bios upgrade.

Could someone please help. Thanks

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June 13, 2013 4:44:50 AM

Have you set video boot priority to PCI-E or PEG in the bios?
June 13, 2013 4:59:28 AM

Thanks for the answers.

I tried doing a registry clean with ccleaner but still didnt resolve the problem.
I think the the boot is set PCIE but il check now

I checked in the bios, couldnt see any option to change to boot priority to pcie
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