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cinnamonbun

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I have an acer aspire 2930 jat10 that came with no os and 3 gigs of ram. i installed windows xp 32. thats the important base info. i upgraded the memory to 4 gigs and installed windows 64 bit. everything works perfectly except when i return from standby, the os runs very slow. this just started happening.. any ideas?
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Hello cinnamonbun.... Welcome to GeeksToGo, :) :) :)

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What 64x OS are you running.
Vista or 7.

If its Vista...
....yea.....Vista.....
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If its Vista...
....yea.....Vista.....

Is it suppose to be some helpful comment?
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