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Optimization of Pentium 4 PC?

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Hello everybody,

I have an older P4 with 2.0GHz processor, NVidia graphic card, etc. and I have upgraded the RAM to 2GB (2x1GB DDR1 RAM). I am trying to run FL Studio v10 on it and I have some performance issues (underruns) with bigger projects (music projects with lots of effects). The min. system requirements for the FL Studio are: "2Ghz AMD or Intel Pentium 3 compatible CPU with full SSE1 support, 1 Gb or more RAM recommended, 1 Gb free disk space, soundcard with DirectSound drivers, so my PC should be ok.
Is it possible to make some optimizations in the system, in order to "tell" Windows to use the 2GB of RAM more efficient, maybe some settings for the allocated virtual memory, cache, etc., to be able to solve the performance issues?

Thanks in advance for every advice!
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Hi Donnis, Posted Image

A couple of pages that might help,

I would also try this Forum where I think you would get specific help for FL Studio.

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