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Startup PC in the Bios/setup too warm the parts up on cold mornings

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I read if your room is cold overnight during the fall/winter season,its easier on the hard drive(on the first startup) on your PC(XP) in the morning to start in the Bios/setup too warm the parts up

Is their any true too this ?

Any other suggests on first start up on cold mornings would be appreciated :)

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He wanted probably say:

I read: "if your room is cold, overnight and during the fall/winter season, it's better for your hard drive to start the PC in the Bios/setup with the purpose of warm the machine parts (only at the first startup).

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