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cavfan

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Hello all, not sure if this is the right forum or not, but here goes. I have had a graphics problem for several weeks. Not real serious, but here is what happens: when viewing videos, such as Itunes video, youtube etc.., they work fine right after a restart. After my laptop has been on for a while they get slow and jerky. I can still watch them but the sound is a step or two ahead of the graphics. A couple things have happened over the last few weeks. My friend nocked it off a table about a month ago. At first there didnt seem to be any trouble with it, but has started acting up more recently. Also I downloaded JK defrag or Mydefrag as it is now called seems like maybe it was since then. Thanks for your help, Kevin

Laptop specs:

HP Pavilion dv2845se
Windows ™ Vista Ultimate Professional 6.00.6002 Service Pack 2 (x64)
4GB RAM
Nvidia Geforce 7150m/nforce 630m
AMD Turion 64 X2 Mobile TL-62 @ 2100 MHz
DirectX version 10.00
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happyrock

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sorry your thread got overlooked for so long...we have been very busy... :)
go here and download speedfan and run it...
get a screenshot and post it for me...
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