no it delays the starup of xbmc for 10 seconds, not sure if it still works with eden
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2012-06-20 21:15 Post: #11
CPU - AMD Athlon™ II X2 Dual-Core 3.4Ghz
MB - ASUS M5A78L-M/USB3, Nvidia 610 2GB
RAM - 4GB DDR3 Dual-Channel
OS - XBMC Frodo
TV - Panasonic TX-P50S21B
Home Cinema - Pioneer VSX-S300 5.1
Remote - Harmony one
Joined: Jul 2012
2012-10-21 18:20 Post: #12
it works flawlessly with Eden, but on my system XBMC gets minimized after exactly 40s, i.e. if I set the delay on XBMC autostart to 10s then XBMC gets minimized exactly 30s later. If I set the delay to 45s it does not get minimized.
I have disabled all notifications and balloons on Windows 7.
Do you have an idea what this could be or how to find out? Has anyone had the same issue?
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[RAM] GeIL 4GB DDR3 EVO Corsa 1866 Dual-Kit
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[Case] SilverStone Milo ML03
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[OS] Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit
[XBMC] v11 Eden
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2012-11-11 12:37 Post: #13
(2012-05-01 02:58)Pottsy Wrote: I created these two animations for use with the Windows 7 Boot Updater softare. Feel free to use and share.
Dropbox link broken
WHS 2011 SP1 (64bit) fully updated, Gigabyte MOBO
AMD Phenom II x6 1090T 3.2Ghz; 8GB DDR3
DVBLogic 4.5.3 (suite, Licensed)
XBMC 12 Frodo Transparency 5.0.4
DVBLink Pvr Add-on v1.6.2 zeroniak
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2013-02-09 02:38 Post: #14
Thanks is there any new things to do or is this still the best way
Joined: Jan 2013
2013-02-09 14:01 Post: #15
Instead of hacking the boot screen, which isn't update-safe AFAIK, you could simply disable "GUI boot" by running "msconfig" and enjoy a faster startup process.