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Old 06-24-2017, 03:29 PM   #1
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Default Long start-up time Edius 8.51 2215

Today I downloaded the update 2215 for Edius 8 WG and installed it. After installation it takes very long to start Edius (from splash screen to projects overview). About 3 times a black rectangle appears and disappears behind the splash screen, as if Edius tries to start something, but fails to do so. A reboot of the PC does not change this behaviour.

When checking items that start up with Windows, I found a new entry related to Edius:

Startup Common GV Video IO Hardware Driver.lnk Grass Valley K.K. C:\Program Files\Grass Valley\Video IO HW Driver\StormDiag.exe

I have no GV hardware however, so I don't understand how this start-up entry was created.

After disabling this start-up entry Edius start-up is back to normal. I have not edited yet, but first impression is that Edius behaves normally.

I am using Windows 10 Home, Creator's update.
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Old 06-25-2017, 02:36 AM   #2
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it does not happen here with Win7
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Old 06-25-2017, 10:49 AM   #3
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Today I downloaded the update 2215 for Edius 8 WG and installed it. After installation it takes very long to start Edius (from splash screen to projects overview). About 3 times a black rectangle appears and disappears behind the splash screen, as if Edius tries to start something, but fails to do so. A reboot of the PC does not change this behaviour.

When checking items that start up with Windows, I found a new entry related to Edius:

Startup Common GV Video IO Hardware Driver.lnk Grass Valley K.K. C:\Program Files\Grass Valley\Video IO HW Driver\StormDiag.exe

I have no GV hardware however, so I don't understand how this start-up entry was created.

After disabling this start-up entry Edius start-up is back to normal. I have not edited yet, but first impression is that Edius behaves normally.

I am using Windows 10 Home, Creator's update.
Did you also notice that you only have to reboot once after the install?
Instead of doing the hardware check after rebooting, now that all happens during the main
installation prior to the reboot.
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I have win 7 x64 Ultimate and Edius doesn't take longer than usual to start. But I am also wondering why I need this GV Video IO Hardware Driver at Windows startup. Is it necessary?
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I have win 7 x64 Ultimate and Edius doesn't take longer than usual to start. But I am also wondering why I need this GV Video IO Hardware Driver at Windows startup. Is it necessary?
Did you look at your Windows Startup before you posted?
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Did you look at your Windows Startup before you posted?
I don't understand your question.
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It's a pretty straightforward question! It doesn't show in startup, It doesn't show as running in the background and more to the point, in your own words " and Edius doesn't take longer than usual to start."

If you had bothered to read Jerry's post, "Instead of doing the hardware check after rebooting, now that all happens during the main
installation prior to the reboot."

One can only assume the o/p did not REBOOT.
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It's a pretty straightforward question! It doesn't show in startup, It doesn't show as running in the background and more to the point, in your own words " and Edius doesn't take longer than usual to start."

If you had bothered to read Jerry's post, "Instead of doing the hardware check after rebooting, now that all happens during the main
installation prior to the reboot."

One can only assume the o/p did not REBOOT.
We are not on the same page.
I was asking for myself - not the o/p.
I DO have this in my startup and it loads on every boot.
I was asking if this is needed for Edius to work or can I delete it from boot.
No, it's not effecting my Edius loading time but I don't like having unnecessary things in my startup.
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Old 06-27-2017, 05:44 PM   #9
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It's a pretty straightforward question! It doesn't show in startup, It doesn't show as running in the background and more to the point, in your own words " and Edius doesn't take longer than usual to start."

If you had bothered to read Jerry's post, "Instead of doing the hardware check after rebooting, now that all happens during the main
installation prior to the reboot."

One can only assume the o/p did not REBOOT.
As written in my original post, I did reboot. In fact I rebooted several times without any change in start-up time of Edius. I found the start-up entry by accident. Since disabling the start-up entry Edius boots normal.
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