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    Re: Windows Boot Time

    It might be part of their system rescue system then.

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    Re: Windows Boot Time

    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff
    Also check if DEP is enabled. If it is, try running without it.
    enlighten me as to what dep stands for?(Data Execution Prevention iam guessing) but where do i turn this on / off in windows or is it hardware enforced ?

    I will also try the hyper threading.

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    Re: Windows Boot Time

    OK sorted my problem

    Booted to WDS (deploy)
    Shift+F10 for console
    Code:
    diskpart
    select disk 0
    clean
    create partition primary
    the clean command wipes everything from the disk

    Now able to complete the mini setup after re-imaging the machines

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    Re: Windows Boot Time

    enlighten me as to what dep stands for?(Data Execution Prevention iam guessing) but where do i turn this on / off in windows or is it hardware enforced
    The Boot.ini

    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/875352#5

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    Re: Windows Boot Time

    ..and talking of boot.ini, slap an "/sos" on the end of the relevant line so you get to see the drivers loading - might give you a clue about what's stalling.

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    Re: Windows Boot Time

    thanks guys i will give them a try and see what i come up with

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