Hi,I am a newbie to the PDN and to the forum. I would like to install "quick boot", which require root access, but I ran into some problems and I'd be most appreciative if you could give me some advice. This iswhat I have done so far1) I first upgraded the FW to 7-24 (works great)(2) I followed the instruction in the Beginners Guides ([ul]http://www.slatedroid.com/showthread.php/2199-Beginners-Guide-to-hacking-the-Pandigital-Novel?highlight=beginners+guide[/ul]) to install the toolchain and driver installation info.(3) I installed quick_boot.apk following the instruction in([ul/http://www.slatedroid.com/showthread.php/2564-Using-ADB-to-install-.apk-method-With-pictures[/ul](4) I ran the bat file in post #1 of([ul]http://www.slatedroid.com/showthread.php/2756-Easy-root?highlight=easy+root[/ul])Everything seems to install okay. But when I ran quick boot -- I tried all three options (reboot, boot into recovery, bootloader) -- the PDN does not seem to boot any faster, taking the same 1'10'' or so to boot. I must have done something incorrectly; help!Commentsa) Perhaps I have to first configure quick boot? But I couldn't find anymenu.(After I ran the "easy root" bat file and before I ran quick boot forthe first time, the PDN seems to have gotten a bit more sluggish -- e.g.LaunchPro seems to take an extra second to run, and the touch screenis a (tiny bit) less responsive, although I can't really quantify it. MaybeI didn't root it correctly?(c) Running "recovery" does not seem to result in a terminal, which surprises me (as someone coming from linux).(d) As the previous comment suggests, I'm not really familar with window; maybe I did something wrong on that side?MANY MANY THANKS from a newbie!