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Pa1xpro would not boot
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Cian



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PostPosted: Mon Jan 01, 2018 3:12 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I measured time today and my pro would boot in 42.31 seconds What the hell is going on?
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neverkorgagain
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 01, 2018 7:45 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Did you make new thread here on forum?
How big hdd is ? I think its optimal up to 80gb,
What files are you usin for boot reair, it have to be 2 files, o.s and resources
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Cian



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PostPosted: Mon Jan 01, 2018 8:45 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

No, everything that I've done is documented right in this thread. I have performed all kinds of HD cleaning, defragmentation and bad sectors checking, etc. etc. Everything and anything possible to "cure" supposedly bad HD. After that exhausting "fixing" I had still problems with booting, it took again a couple of hours. After a while it was something like 10 minutes but lately, right before Christmas it started booting in 42 seconds. I need to say that I did not reinstall OS or resources as suggested here. All I've done was just routine HD testing and maintenance that we do with our PC when it gets too slow. I did not even take a HD out of machine, I just connected the pro to my desktop. It is really very perplexing what is happening here. I summarize it again: After exhausting HD maintenance there was no improvement. After several weeks passed, booting took some 10 minutes and after several weeks or a couple of month since the problem has started, booting takes some 42 seconds. Actually, I had this booting time before the problem has started. One more thing. I have never mentioned it before because I thought it was irrelevant. I traveled some 800 miles with kb and only after that problems have started. I took extreme care of kb though, I have SKB case which is very durable and transported kb in a car. Even if the problem was caused by transportation why it would get fixed after a while by itself or with maintenance. I have to stop here because I am starting getting headache from all these ambiguities.
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neverkorgagain
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 02, 2018 4:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I can only say i understand you very well.. HDD in every keyboard is potential hedache..... now im happy with pa3x i dont have hdd.... or i can use ssd instead.... i dont now what to say to you... try that hdd in some other pa1x and it may be cable problem in your pa1x or hardware.....
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