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    Angry G752 - so slow to boot from SSD

    Hi, my G752 take HDD times to boot, does anyone know any fixes that dont require a new ssd or replacing my 2.5" HDD. I've checked and everything it booting from the SSD. If you dont know would a new ssd fix it, if so I was thinking of this one: https://www.scan.co.uk/products/256g...0mb-s-250k-74k Thanks

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    What is your current configuration? Which G752 type do you own? I would go for a NVMe M.2 Samsung 950 Pro SSD. It's a bit speedier and has better warranty specs. The 1/2TB variant is also quicker than the 1/4TB variant. But also more expensive.

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    Have you update the bios to latest version? This solved the issues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gustave View Post
    What is your current configuration? Which G752 type do you own? I would go for a NVMe M.2 Samsung 950 Pro SSD. It's a bit speedier and has better warranty specs. The 1/2TB variant is also quicker than the 1/4TB variant. But also more expensive.
    Mine is the G752VY with the 1tb hdd and the 512gb ssd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ROG_HARDCORE View Post
    Have you update the bios to latest version? This solved the issues.
    I have bios version G752VY.208. If this isn't the right one would/how would you recommend upgrading?

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    http://support.asus.com/download/opt...uage=en&type=1 You find you updated drivers at this location.
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    Update BIOS to 213.
    208 is not even available anymore.
    Go to the link above, type in model, select drivers and tools then others from the drop down menu.
    Download 213, extract it to a place you can find it.

    From the same page navigate to you window version from the dropdown and download latest winflash under bios utilities.
    Install the winflash

    Start>all apps>ASUS>winflash

    Launch, point it to where you extract the BIOS file and follow the prompts.
    It will reboot, then you will see the flash utility launch, erasing old, loading new then reboot again.


    Before you start any of this make note of your current BIOS settings.
    After the flash if it doesnt reboot you may need to check the BIOS settings to make sure its all good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clintlgm View Post
    http://support.asus.com/download/opt...uage=en&type=1 You find you updated drivers at this location.
    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustinThyme View Post
    Update BIOS to 213.
    208 is not even available anymore.
    Go to the link above, type in model, select drivers and tools then others from the drop down menu.
    Download 213, extract it to a place you can find it.

    From the same page navigate to you window version from the dropdown and download latest winflash under bios utilities.
    Install the winflash

    Start>all apps>ASUS>winflash

    Launch, point it to where you extract the BIOS file and follow the prompts.
    It will reboot, then you will see the flash utility launch, erasing old, loading new then reboot again.


    Before you start any of this make note of your current BIOS settings.
    After the flash if it doesnt reboot you may need to check the BIOS settings to make sure its all good.
    Thanks

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    Thanks to everyone who helped my boot time is down to 5.9 seconds :-)

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