I'm talking about the screen that loads when you first start the system up, I'm not sure what it's called (Boot Loader maybe?)
This is the boot loader and is done by the Grub system http://www.gnu.org/software/grub/
Pardus ( and ....) uses GRUB Legacy while some other distro (Ubuntu, ...) are using GRUB 2.
See also this Adding a GRUB 2 item in the boot-menu of Pardus (GRUB Legacy Wiki
... I've tried setting it to 0 seconds, but Pardus wont accept 0, the lowest I can go is 1 sec.
The settings for GRUB Legacy are in the file /boot/grub/menu.lst and can only be changed by the administrator (=root).
To set this to 0 do:
1. Open Dolphin and goto > Root > boot > grub ( in short /boot/grub).
2. Right-click on the file menu.lst > Root Actions > Open as Text.
3. Enter Root password and after some seconds (only the first time) the file will be opened in kwrite.
4. Change "timeout .." > "timeout 0" > Save and close kwrite.
5. Restart your computer.
(I hope this solves your discomfort