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Your question is excellent and provides incredibly useful details, thanks! Here are my suggestions, in no particular order. A: What is that RollBack splash screen on startup? This could be a reason for slow startup times but personally even if it was absolute crap, I would still expect Win7 to load normally once "Rollback" was was finished. B: You have a ...


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It looks like you are missing the Intel Chipset drivers. That could absolutely slow your computer down. Go install all those drivers from Asus: http://www.asus.com/Notebooks_Ultrabooks/K56CB/HelpDesk_Download/ *Please verify your laptop model before installing drivers. Next, I would try removing Rollback rx pc. Test it without it installed. If that program ...


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It is probably because something is using your mechanical HDD. Non-SSD disks can realistically only support one, maybe "one and a half" simultaneous users. More than that and everything becomes dog slow. Having said that, it's a good idea to diagnose the disk as the bottleneck instead of just guessing. Here's a bit of a technical guide for how to do that. ...


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I've set rights to all data on mac HD for user 'system' to read-only. Also I do it for the groups 'wheel' and 'stuff'. Only one user account with name 'mac01' has all rights to data on my mac HD. If you messed up with OS X permissions, normally you should run Disk Utility in recovery mode and run Repair Disk Permissions and Repair Disk to correct errors ...


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With Windows 7, I've never had a problem inserting a drive into another computer. Even from desktop to laptop and vice-versa has worked numerous times. I really want you to try installing a fresh copy of anything (preferably vista or 7) to check if there might be other hardware problems. If if fails to boot a fresh install on a clean disk, there are ...


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Unplug the system, remove the battery, and then remove and reconnect the hard drive. If it's then still not seen, the drive has failed. Another option If your hard drive is not recognized, that may indicate that it has failed. My suggestion would be to try booting to your Dell drivers and utilities disc. Insert the disc, then tap the F12 key when ...


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Your "automatic startup" issue may be a setting in your BIOS to automatically start the machine when AC power is restored - important for servers/machines that need to be on all the time. Regarding your "no display" problem: The Intel Xeon E3-1271 V3 does not have integrated graphics so you must install a graphics adapter into the machine. Source: ...


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Not sure what you mean by "I have tried to find little secrets in the BIOS", but there are a couple things that can be causing you issues. First, the BIOS is not setup properly to boot to USB. Below is how to do that per Toshiba. Once in the BIOS locate the Boot tab and set the boot order to show the USB at the top as shown (Windows 7 shown, other ...


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mounts should be defined in /etc/fstab instead. Other than that, /etc/rc.local should work unless what you entered there is invalid for some reason. You need to ensure that it exits with a status 0, in addition having its executable bit set. If I'm not mistaken, it should have a permission mask of 755. Based on your comment, it sounds like you're trying ...


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We fixed this by adding a .bat diskpart format script in the task sequence and removing the default format script.


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initramfs is the state of loading the operating system into the RAM of the computer rather than continuing to read it from your removable media like USB or CD/DVD. It stands for "initial RAM file system", the linux Kernel mounts this area as the root file system and then launches the init process to start the rest of the fireworks.



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