Re: Nvda start up question
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When the computer starts up, it is quite busy and there is a high load on RAM, CPU and storage. It sounds like it is loading NVDA and then trying to do other things which are causing problems - if it all sorts itself out after a few seconds, it's probably not a serious issue aside from the sound being annoying. The main things you could do to address it (short of buying whole faster PC) would be:
- If you are using a traditional HDD Hard Drive, switch to an SSD which can be up to ten times faster.
- Add more RAM to your PC
- Reduce the number of programs running at startup
- Ensure your drivers for your system, particularly audio and video drivers, are up to date.
WIth the last two options obviously being the cheapest.
On Wed, Jan 29, 2020 at 12:59 PM Hugin <blaisegellert@...> wrote: