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yep no problem at all.
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No more driver to update the video had 2 not sure why it drivermax doesn't just give ya the newest but eh!
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How is the system running?
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So far no BSOD but browsing seems a little slow even after clearing files and such.
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What files did you clear?
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Exactly whats on the SS

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OK part of the slowness may be due to the cookies being deleted because they are like a road map which allows the browser to find web pages faster.
Other then that any other issues like the evil BSOD popping up again?
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So far now but I will let ya know they were popping up similar to before even extended chrome use or just when open up chrome after rebooting or such.
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:thumbsup:
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So far no issues beyond browser being a little laggey still.
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Are you using Chrome where the slowness is seen?
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Correct
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Does the slowness happen in other browsers or just Chrome?
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Both firefox and chrome even used palemoon before as well. They are all slugish somewhat.
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Go HERE and run a speed test on your internet. Post the results along with what you believe you should be getting.
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