Any idea why I can boot Win7 64 and Vista 64 in 15-20 seconds when running them via Virtual Box (on Vista 64)? (VB is a free OS emulation app. You can run your OS's in their own little windows) Vista normally takes me 1:45 (much slower than when it was a fresh install), and Win7 is also up there around a minute, at least (can't remember the exact time). My hard drives are pretty fast (all roughly the same), but, when booting these OS's via Virtual Box, the boot times are suddenly almost instantaneous. Is this because Windows normally does a lot of waiting around for hardware, or something, which isn't there when you're emulating?