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Hey guys, first of all if this is the wrong category than I'm sorry but I really didn't know where to post this thread.
Anyway I recently installed ubuntu on an external hard drive and it was booting up fine for a while, but later on the pc starting taking too much time, 2-3 minutes on the intel motherboard screen, and I thought that maybe it's because the PC is booting from the external hard drive. But as I soon found out, after removing the hard drive and trying again, that it wasn't that. So, any of you guys know what the problem is and/or how to solve it?

Thanks in advance.

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Try clearing cmos by removing the CR2032 batery for a few minutes. You will need to set your bios up correctly afterwards.

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Check your BIOS options, there is an option for not checking RAM and fast boot. I think it is some hardware your bios try to detect. try to remove all hardware connected to your MB one by one and check booting.

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remove your fan and processor or you can use vaccume cleaner to clean the processor and power supply, clean with soft brush then check it again.

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