I got 1 minute 7 seconds on a CELERON D ROFL! For the 1M PI test!
Well, he did build a nice PC My PC runs on 52 processes just fine.
Does it boot fast with all those processes?
I have a little problem. Whenever I am not using my computer, it goes into stand-by mode. When in stand-by mode, my internet turns on to stand-by mode also, so when I am downloading things, I can't let my PC idle for a half hour.
So anyways, I was wondering, is there any way to make my PC not go into stand-by mode?
Thanks in advance
Go to the Control Panel, and then to "power options"
Make sure that all the options there say "never".
That should do the trick
Wewt, thanks man!
Yur my hero!
I'm glad mate
If you need further assistance, let us know
Thanks for all the help guys!
It boots sometime between 30 seconds to 1 minute...
You have a fast HDD
haha yeah too many responses if you ask me, they are not even relevant to the topic anymore. Tenko, I say if you need more help you start a new thread.
I agree with sellmesanity. You'll get more advice, with a new thread when you need further help.
Yeah I can see that. The rest of the people don't want to bother to read everything to answer my stuff lol.
Jeez, 312 replies though, this forum is like the super-helper-deluxe forum lol.
Actually when noone knows the answer you'd be hard pressed to get a reply
You're just lucky!
WOW. I didnt know that, it is a western digital model IDE on an Intel 845GV mobo, spinning at 7200 rpm...ive seen faster. It could be my new sstuff like my 768 MB ram...
Well, a 7200RPM drive should be fast, especially if it has a 8MB cache.
Also, good RAM amount should help a lot
Not sure about its cache....btw what does a cache do and what is it for?
I agree with sellmesanity and wolfram, it`s time to put this thread to bed lol.
sw123: See HERE for info on hard drive cache. If you need further help, please open a new thread in the appropriate forum.