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antney12

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Hi Everyone,

I have a HP computer with a NVidia Geforce video board and I been having slow boot times(Up to 1m 30s to boot). I found out it was the video card because i uninstalled it and windows booted faster and the green progress bar did not freeze. I downloaded and installed the latest driver and now it is doing it again. Thanks in advance, any help will be greatly appreciated!

~Antney12:)
 

antney12

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Thank you for your reply MicroBell. I have an nVidia Geforce 2 Intergrated graphics board with 32 Mb ram. Hope that helps, thank you!

My Computer specs:

Windows XP Home SP1
HP Pavilion 761N
Athlon XP 2000+ at 1.67 Ghz.
768 Mb Ram
80 Gb HDD
CD-R, DVD-Rom
 

Martin

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To be safe, try downloading the 30.82 driver revision off NVIDIA's site, and not the Detonator 40 revision.
 

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Also, how much RAM is in the machine? An onboard video card is going to claim it's own chunk and iirc, the geforce2 could be of two flavors: 32mb and 64mb.
 
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