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Old 10-20-2006, 04:57 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default XP booting up

Ive heard when the boot up screen is on you can some how do something to see what drivers and things are booting up. Does anyone know how this is done. Sorry if you dont know what im trying to say, dont know how to explain,

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it's possible, i have done it before. i forget how i did it though. i think it was either in my BIOS, or you can edit boot.ini and msconfig. i'm not sure though wait for someone who knows for sure before you do anything.
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