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    Quote Originally Posted by rock1 View Post
    Did a clean wipe out of AUtocad. My startup time is now 3-4 minutes. Sometimes it takes 2 minutes.
    Certainly sounds like a step in the right direction.

    Have you tried to determine the condition that is different between when it starts in two minutes versus three or more?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dadgad View Post
    Certainly sounds like a step in the right direction.

    Have you tried to determine the condition that is different between when it starts in two minutes versus three or more?
    I don't know how to determine it..

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    Quote Originally Posted by rock1 View Post
    I don't know how to determine it..
    I am guessing that the first time you start it up, after booting your computer, is slowest?
    That if the computer is still on, and you close Autocad and then restart it, it is appreciably quicker?
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    Autocad has some form of caching when you close and restart, we have ssd drives and if we close and restart its a bit more than instant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dadgad View Post
    I am guessing that the first time you start it up, after booting your computer, is slowest?
    That if the computer is still on, and you close Autocad and then restart it, it is appreciably quicker?
    Exactly. Yes. THat's where the difference of time occurs. Unfortunately, the trouble is back today. I installed DWG trueview 2017, and I'm facing slowdown of autocad again. Its been 15 minutes and my autocad is stuck at loading again.

    I installed DWG trueview because I was getting another instance of cad opening up the moment I clicked a dwg file in my folders or desktop.

    http://www.cadtutor.net/forum/showth...568#post684568

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    It may also be your intel i3 processor, that thing isnt the greatest. I would recommend i7. I had an i7 processor, windows 7 and upgraded it to windows 10 when the free upgrade came out about 2 or more years ago, but than everything started to slow down for me and it wasnt great. Im currently now using a PC with 32gb of RAM, gtx980, intel i7 on Windows 7 and everything is working very nice now. I think maybe its time for you to get an upgrade. I dont think you can upgrade your processor without removing your motherboard.

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    Also i forgot to add, it takes me about a minute or less for AutoCAD 2017 to startup for myself.

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