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is it normal for my post speed to change

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all of sudden my post speed randomly changes idk why dont know if its a issue sometimes it posts fast and slow other times not. not sure if this is normal or not fast boot is enabled ive also tried msi fast boot and that does help but disables usb devices

 

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Do you mean the actual POST, or the boot time. Post is a system check that happens before the OS start loading.

Normally the POST should take relatively the same time, unless you make hardware changes. But if you have a unstable OC or something i would think it might fluctuate a bit.

 

The fast startup option in windows only applies when booting from a "shut down", not from "restart". 

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Long POST usually means the system didn't start, then rebooted/reinitialized BIOS, then finally started up. That occurs usually when you try stuff in BIOS that finally don't work (too agrressive OC, not enough voltage, RAM speed not supported..)

If you didn't change things in BIOS it's not normal if it occurs, it means one hardware part is faulty "sometimes" but not totally broken...

 

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12 minutes ago, PDifolco said:

Long POST usually means the system didn't start, then rebooted/reinitialized BIOS, then finally started up. That occurs usually when you try stuff in BIOS that finally don't work (too agrressive OC, not enough voltage, RAM speed not supported..)

If you didn't change things in BIOS it's not normal if it occurs, it means one hardware part is faulty "sometimes" but not totally broken...

 

opps didnt mean to post soulution but i have a z590 msi torpedo. how do you exactly know when its done posting when the monitor gets a signal? 

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5 minutes ago, RippedPC said:

opps didnt mean to post soulution but i have a z590 msi torpedo. how do you exactly know when its done posting when the monitor gets a signal? 

It's done posting when you get the board brand logo

You can check if your'e bootlooping by looking at the mobo error lights CPU/ RAM/ VGA/ BOOT, if they cycle and/or the PC seems to reboot itself

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1 minute ago, PDifolco said:

It's done posting when you get the board brand logo

You can check if your'e bootlooping by looking at the mobo error lights CPU/ RAM/ VGA/ BOOT, if they cycle and/or the PC seems to reboot itself

no they dont cycle i get red when i turn on the pc goes to orange the white then my monitor turns on and displays a - Symbol then it sits there for 4 seconds then windows starts loading i only get a board logo when loading into windows not before 

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Have you plugged a new device into your system recently?

 

POST can take a long time if a specific device takes a long time to initialize.

 

You can try unplugging devices one by one until you find (or don't find) your culprit. I'd start with USB devices since you said that when those aren't initialized it does help.

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Just now, Hairless Monkey Boy said:

Have you plugged a new device into your system recently?

 

POST can take a long time if a specific device takes a long time to initialize.

new ram new gpu and no 

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3 minutes ago, Hairless Monkey Boy said:

Have you plugged a new device into your system recently?

 

POST can take a long time if a specific device takes a long time to initialize.

 

You can try unplugging devices one by one until you find (or don't find) your culprit. I'd start with USB devices since you said that when those aren't initialized it does help.

 

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8 minutes ago, RippedPC said:

Seems rather normal boot except indeed ypu don"t get the usual POST screen (where you can access BIOS) , which is weird

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Just now, PDifolco said:

Seems rather normal boot except indeed ypu don"t get the usual POST screen (where you can access BIOS) , which is weird

All I gotta do is press delete when the keyboard lights up and it will go into bios  maybe its just that this motherboard doesn't have one its a msi z590 torpedo 

 

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3 minutes ago, RippedPC said:

All I gotta do is press delete when the keyboard lights up and it will go into bios  maybe its just that this motherboard doesn't have one its a msi z590 torpedo 

 

Ok so what's the issue? 

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23 minutes ago, PDifolco said:

Ok so what's the issue? 

It doesn't take minutes maybe at most 15 seconds sometimes to post fully

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