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I've just installed a 256 MB ddr memory into my PC. Now it has 512 MB.

My comment is:
I still have the same problem with my Pc.
* It runs very slowly.
* Internet search is very pour.
I mean.......It's just as the beginning...........I need advice.........

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Provided you have checked that Windows is actually aware of your extra memory, then the problem is unlikely to be memory-related. Slowing down in performance can be caused by allowing the C drive to become heavily fragmented, or allowing it to become nearly full. The former can be rectified by running the Disk Defragmenter (Start->All Programs->Accessories->System Tools->Disk Defragmenter), while the latter can only be rectified by uninstalling large, unused programs, moving large amounts of your data to another drive, or buying a larger-capacity disk to use as the C drive.

Edited by pip22, 20 April 2007 - 07:41 AM.

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