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Uninstall Instant Boot

Posted on 2014-04-18
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We have a customer who has "Instant Boot" and wants us to remove it.  We have done some research on how to uninstall but there seems to be no "magic bullet" to remove Instant Boot.  How do you stop Instant Boot?  The OS is Windows 7.
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Which Mobo manufacturer?
With ASRock there should be a Windows Utility installed which simply toggles between Instant Boot ON and Instant Boot OFF (it also has options for Instant Boot in Fast and Regular Mode).

If you have an ASRock board and don't see the utility you can download it (Mobo specific)
from here

If it's a different manufacturer you just need to grab their Windows utility.
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We found the ASRock utility and disabled Instant boot.
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