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Pacific Poker is slow ..how do i speed it up!


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babemeow

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I am a new user to gtg, I must say I love it I have started to learn alot about my computer. Theres one thing I need help with, I have windows xp, Intel. Pent. 4 CPU, 1.60GHz, 1.56 GHz, 512 mb, if that helps. Anyway my husband plays on Pacific Poker site alot and he complains it's slow at times and he gets booted, is there naything I can do to help speed it up so he'll stop complaining.
This is what I have done so far:
Went to start-up and unchecked like msn messenger and adobe that kinda stuff.
Went to virtual memory (someone told me to do this!) and I checked the system managed size part.
Thats what i've done so far.....any suggestions would be GREAT!!!
It may involve fresh baked cookies....the chocolate chip kind :)


:tazz: this will be my husband if I don't do something!!! PLEASE HELP!



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well it depends on your internet connection what are you on ?
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I have DSL...
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Maybe you should clean up unwanted files? Use Disk Cleanup and Disk Defragment located in Startup-->All Programs-->Accessories-->System Tools.Then see what happens?
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