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Have windows 2000 - try to run a cd game (e.g. Sponge Bob) and the video chugs to a halt. Even when I do not try to play a CD - something is taking up memory when I seemingly have no programs running. How can I pinpoint what is using up memory? check Startup? I have 385 RAM and new vidoe card. Not a problem for all CD games. :tazz:
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