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    Tech Marketing Manager HQ Array Raja@ASUS's Avatar
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    The IP won't change a thing.

    I will forward the dongle info to HQ in the morning.

    -Raja

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    Okay this back from HQ for you to do in UEFI:


    1. Enable PnP OS
    2. Disable all unnecessary option ROM
    3. Disable POST wait time

    Let me know if that helps. If it does not, we need to know how long it takes for that dongle to be recognized in the OS - do you get any kind of detection delay when you plug it in when in the operating system?

    -Raja

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    Hi Raja,
    now I have a problem to follow you. Maybe the context ist lost in translation.

    1. I know this option. But i can´t find it in the BIOS. Please tell me where I can find it.
    2. Do you mean I should disable my BD-Recorder as 2nd bootdivice in the bootmenu?
    3. I can´t find this option too. The only option that i can find is the "Wait for F1 if error"-Option.
    If it does not, we need to know how long it takes for that dongle to be recognized in the OS
    I think this means that you need the time from plug in the dongle to the point where win7 says: OK, dongle detected and ready.

    PS: Sorry for my bad english and grammar.

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    I need realy an explanation to execute your instructions.
    I can´t find this options in my BIOS.
    Please help me out of this situation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by -Loki- View Post
    I need realy an explanation to execute your instructions.
    I can´t find this options in my BIOS.
    Please help me out of this situation.
    1. Ignore this as it should already be active.

    2. Advanced>onboard devices - disable all unused controllers. That means anything you do not use on the board, disable it.

    3. Boot>Full Screen Logo set to disable>Post Report set to 1 second

    -Raja

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    I have a question here; is this delay happen before the “Starting Windows” appear, or it's after.

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    Ok I have tested it.
    The same as before.

    If it does not, we need to know how long it takes for that dongle to be recognized in the OS - do you get any kind of detection delay when you plug it in when in the operating system?
    Windows needs about 5 sec. to recognize the dongle. So there is no delay in the detectionprocess in Windows 7.

    @MarkedOne:

    The delay happens befor the bootscreen of Windows. The delay must be somewhere in the POST-process. When I unplug the dongle during the delay, it goes almost instantly ahead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by -Loki- View Post
    OkThe delay happens befor the bootscreen of Windows. The delay must be somewhere in the POST-process. When I unplug the dongle during the delay, it goes almost instantly ahead.
    ok, so it's an Asus problem, lol , just kidding, Belkin is not the most compatible stuff on the market . I throw my network idea because everytime I forget to open a servers before a WS, it's happen ... but that's at the end of the booting. Is there a way you can wired you PC instead ? trust me it's worth the effort to pass wires in the wall if needed ( that's if you don't live in an appartment of course)

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    Are you using the current drivers for the belkin?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prolab View Post
    Are you using the current drivers for the belkin?

    hummm....... the problem happen before Windows start, how a new driver will change something ? a firmware may be the solution

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