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heres my dxdiag

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hi ive just look though you attachment and you have 1000+ paging file space and your only useing 280+ you should knock that up to what windows recommends you computer may run smother. ok go to control panal > system > advanced > then under performence click settings > then click the advanced tab on the top > then at the bottem under virtual memory click change and change it to what windows recommends.

ive JUST bought a nvidia GeForce 6200 (£65 ) and its great. it runs off a agp slot witch you might have.

if you give me your computer specs i should be able to find out if you have an agp slot on your MB.

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yea ive looked at your model and you deafinatly should have an agp slot. if you fell safe with opening you computer its a brown slot above all the white ones. (WARNING this may make your warenty void)

Edited by customcomp, 26 August 2005 - 04:42 PM.

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use this link there is a good picture of what im on about http://images.crucia...c_install_3.gif

Edited by customcomp, 26 August 2005 - 04:47 PM.

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