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Want to streamline a decent computer


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dark110

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Hi,

Firstly, thanks for the help a while back removing those viruses(|especialy to longreva, my helper dude :whistling: )

This computer is a very good one. It is good but i dont think its running to its ful potential. I want to make my computer run faster without buying anthing. I think that if i get rid of all the viruses (if there are any), cleanup and make shure the ram and videocard are working, then this computer can bee prety decent. I'm just looking for specific advice on cleanup (and hardware compatibility) for some of my stuff. Basicly, i want to streamlione what i already have to make this computer run as fast as it can. Where should i start?
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If the RAM wasn't working properly, you'd have known about it long before now. Likewise for the graphics card.
How much RAM do you have? Ideally XP needs at least 256Mb of RAM (preferably 512Mb) to run properly.
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If the RAM wasn't working properly, you'd have known about it long before now. Likewise for the graphics card.
How much RAM do you have? Ideally XP needs at least 256Mb of RAM (preferably 512Mb) to run properly.



It has started with 512, but i added a gig. I also have a ATI radeon 1900 gt. BTW, is there a program that could give you all that information?
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