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Dr Raoul

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Hello there folks,

I have recently had loads of virus and malware problems.I have extensively worked through these and my system now seems clean.What I have been left with though is terrible performance.I have tuned-up , defraged and optimised page file settings etc. , but to no avail.The machine just doesnt feel the same .The only thing i am left with is a few entries on my ADD/REMOVE list which I dont recognise.It feels like i have literally been through everything else.I am at my wits end,The entries are as follows.


S3 S3Display
S3 S3Gamma2
S3 S3Overlay
S3 S3Info2



Any help would be gratefully accepted.I thank you in advance
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Get tune up utilities use the entire program and let us know if it jacked up your performance.

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Tune up is indeed a great programme,which i have been using extensively.....but I have to report the changes in performance have been minimal.I dont know where to turn next ? Thankyou for your reply , buddy.
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