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mk1james

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Attached File  my_computer_specs.txt   1.15KB   56 downloadsI used to be able to go onto games like the Sims 2 and WoW lag free but now it is just total laggy nd it just ruins the game and i just play it for less than 2 mins and i give up. I recenty restored my computer to its factory setting and its still laggy ... anyone know how i could get a boast of speed without overclocking it?
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how did you "restore to factory settings"?
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put the XP install disk into the drive reset computer before it loads i pushed F8 i think
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did you format and reload or did you just do a "repair"?

if you did a fresh install, have you updated your drivers?
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dats a realy good point about the updating on drivers i will do that in a bit because the dogs got to go for a walk
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yep done all dat nd its still laggy ... but a lil bit less lag now
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