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Help with XP BOOT

I'll make it short.I bought an SSD for FASTER booting times and it's just AMAZING. Though i'm still not satisfied with some things. I switched to winXP due to some issues in windows 7. Here when i restart the PC, when the Windows Splash screen appears, the PC remains IDLE for like 5 seconds. I mean its IDLE, No processor usage/ No HD usage/ and NO Service loading. It's just annoying me. And right after 4 seconds the SSD picks up and the desktop comes up INSTANTLY.

Here's a screenshot i took off the BOOTVIS trace, You can see the 5-seconds IDLE phase in it - http://dl.dropbox.com/u/1518581/BootVis.jpg

Kindly help me fall in love for XP again.

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(NT) So this has AVG?
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Pardon?

I have Kasper-sky though, No avg.

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(NT) So. How about no addins?
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I'm sorry

I don't know what you're trying to suggest me here. Can you please elaborate?

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Sorry.

But your post was so short that I can't see why it would do that. Many forget that there are some hundred reasons for such a delay. I tossed out a common one in hopes you would either have that one or tell more.

There are a few members that want the many hundred items listed but this is all about the details. There are so little that we are going to start slowly (like this PC.)
Bob

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