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Memory Count during start up

Posted on 2004-04-08
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hi guys,

I have some computers that shows the memory count during startup. It counts all the way to 512 , so it takes some time.
My mainboard is Intel SE440BX-2
Is there any way not to see the momeoty count during start up?

Thanks
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Hi cakirfatih,

Check the bios. You will be able to switch something like "fast boot"/"full memcheck" whatever it's called in your bios.

Greetings,

LucF
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thanks a lot for the fast and correct respond

fatih
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Glad to help ;-)

LucF

p.s. can you do something about your old open questions? You have 15 of them. Thanks.
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