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    Quote Originally Posted by Julskey View Post
    Are you sure this is for the G752vt? Mine sure does not have an IDE option. Already updated to bios 213. Boot time increased by 4 secs. I dont have m.2 only a samsung 850 evo 250gb 2.5inch sata ssd. If i select ahci, laptop wont boot.
    You probably trying to run the command in the "Run" mode. Use "Command Promt (Admin)"
    I have 2.5inch 850 Evo 500GB and it worked.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeltaActual View Post
    You probably trying to run the command in the "Run" mode. Use "Command Promt (Admin)"
    I have 2.5inch 850 Evo 500GB and it worked.
    Thanks. Now my G752VT boots in AHCI sata config. Though I used msconfig to boot safe mode. Boot time is still about the same at 17 to 18 secs, but shutdown time has improved to about 8 secs. May I ask what your boot time is? Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Julskey View Post
    Thanks. Now my G752VT boots in AHCI sata config. Though I used msconfig to boot safe mode. Boot time is still about the same at 17 to 18 secs, but shutdown time has improved to about 8 secs. May I ask what your boot time is? Thanks.
    16 seconds boot up, 6seconds shot down .
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeltaActual View Post
    16 seconds boot up, 6seconds shot down .
    Then, mine is probably normal since you have 500gb drive and I heard it is a bit faster? On Bios Version 205 though, I had about 14sec boot and shutdown. This is without ahci option in bios.

    Thanks anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Julskey View Post
    Then, mine is probably normal since you have 500gb drive and I heard it is a bit faster? On Bios Version 205 though, I had about 14sec boot and shutdown. This is without ahci option in bios.

    Thanks anyway.
    Yes, normally all 256gig SSD are a bit slower than their brothers with 512 gig of storage because 512 gig are "double-face" (2x256 for side) so write and read could be done simoultaneously per face.

    Did you made optimization for SSD listed in my first post?

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    i'm going to update first post with new found (bios 213). or it's better to paste all into a new thread?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr4g0n36 View Post
    Yes, normally all 256gig SSD are a bit slower than their brothers with 512 gig of storage because 512 gig are "double-face" (2x256 for side) so write and read could be done simoultaneously per face.

    Did you made optimization for SSD listed in my first post?
    I just did optimization for ssd. No or little change in boot and shutdown times. i'm going to keep it anyway. Is it advisable to run defrag from time to time?

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Julskey View Post
    I just did optimization for ssd. No or little change in boot and shutdown times. i'm going to keep it anyway. Is it advisable to run defrag from time to time?

    Thanks.
    NEVER run defrag on a SSD drive XD. Trim is the technology that "auto-defrag" the drive (geek pass me this quick explain). Doing defrag will only drastically reduce SSD life.

    Defrag concept can't be applied to SSD technology. Defrag move similar files one near another to reduce disk seek and rotation, but SSD has a chip controller that seek into chip flash memory so defrag benefit are unapplicable to SSD drive.
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    convert your drive to GPT and install UEFI windows. boot time - 2 sec

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    ASUS ROG G752 update drivers:
    • Windows BIOS flash utilitiy - HERE
    • ASUS Splendid Video Enhancement Technology - HERE
    • ASUS Thunderbolt firmware Update NVM_v13_TI_v1.3 - HERE
    • Gaming Mouse Driver - HERE
    • ATKACPI driver and hotkey-related utilities - HERE

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