You don't update Vista from 32 bit to 64 bit. You perform a clean install.
The very first thing you do after the clean install is install the requisite
motherboard drivers from the M/B manufacturer.
Is this how you "updated"?
Windows Desktop Experience
"sl123" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Hey guys
> To start off, my specs are:
> Gigabyte MA770-UD3
> AMD Phenom II X4 940
> 6gb 800mhz ram
> 8600 GT XXX Zalman Fanksink
> 640 Western Digital 7200 RPM
> I got Vista ultimate x64 2 days ago
> After I updated vista today, my boot time has drastically increased
> I have done all the tweaks, disabled useless services etc.
> I don't understand why, I'm expecting around 30-40s boot time with my
> CPU and memory =/
> Any help is appreciated.