View Full Version : G752VT Slow boot/Windows start speeds

Lord Nytmare
07-08-2016, 07:01 AM

Just wondering if anyone else is having a similar problem.
Out the box, My G752VT is taking about 60 seconds to boot to the windows login screen.
From there it can take another 30+ seconds to finish loading windows to a point where i can start working.

I'm running an i7-6700HQ CPU @ 2.6Hz
16Gb Ram
I dont have an SSD atm, so I've just got the HDD that comes with it.


07-10-2016, 06:18 AM
Its because of the HDD. Even the fastest 7200RPM or 10000RPM HDD will not match the speed of the slowest SSD. I've also got a G752VT.

128GB NVME m2 SSD as boot drive (note: this is the stock Samsung OEM slower drive)
Took out the DVD drive and swapped it with a 256GB 2.5" Kingston SSD (the cheapest one) for all the heavy games (Witcher 3, GTAV, etc)
1TB 7200RPM HDD (stock) for all other files and smaller games.


07-10-2016, 03:14 PM
First thing is the drive does come into play but it should not be 60 seconds. Update your BIOS.
Second that 'Last BIOS time" is convoluted horse manure. I just looked on the machine I'm on at the minute, a G751JL with a 512GB Samsung 850 pro SSD, and I guarantee you its not booting in 2 seconds! Its pretty quick but not that quick. More like 8-10 seconds.


Lord Nytmare
07-11-2016, 09:28 AM
Thanks for the replies,

I'm not expecting a 2 second boot, thats for sure.
My friend has an MSI with just slightly lower specs than mine and it boots up in about 10-15 seconds with a HDD, That's sort of my benchmark.

I've timed this laptop so i know that the last bios time in task manager is a bit off.

I have used the Asus WinFlash utility before, it says that my BIOS version is 205 and that it's the latest.
I have read on the forum that there is a newer version for the G752VT , but I haven't found a link to it yet. (Edit: Got the 216 on the international website)
Anybody have one?

(edit again, I have flashed the BIOS with 216, No appreciable difference in boot speeds.)

Thanks again for the input.