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benblue20

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Hello,

I have a java problem.

Java runs very smoothly on this system (laptop):

- RADEON IGP 320M 64 MB video memory
- Athlon XP2500+
- 446MB RAM
- Windows XP SP2
- DirectX 9.0c

Java runs slugglishly on this system (main desktop computer):

- NVIDIA 7600 GS 256 MB video memory
- Pentium 4 processor 2.6GHZ
- 1.5 GIGS of RAM
- Windows XP SP2
- DirectX 9.0c

Very strange. My main computer has better specifications than my laptop. Any ideas?

Thanks.

EDIT: By the way, both these systems have the latest version of Java installed.
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anzenketh

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Try reinstalling Java.

First remove from add/remove programs in control panel.

Then reinstall java.
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benblue20

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I did that and no changes. It's alright, it's still playable.

Thanks for your help.
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Major Payne

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Might compare the number of running processes on both computers. There's a possibly the one running slower may have more processes running Java at the same time. Just a stab in the dark on this.

Ron
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