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demonicangel

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Hi,
I just moved yesterday, my comp was working fine two days ago before i sent her ahead of me to b installed so i could my internet connection up, well the thing is this since yesterday when im using my comp she gets extremely slow, takes forever to open an IE window or any other program for that matter, i scanned and got rid of everything that came up, but still no improvement, and just recently i got a message saying my virtual memory is running low, i got this message a long time ago, and someone said the only solution was reinstall WIN xp, i really dont want to go through that again, so if someone could help id really appreciate it.
My comp has 37 gb hardrive and 248 MB if u need anymore um details let me know please.
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Michael

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Hi

Can you go to Easy Xp Tweaks and do Tweak #6 Repair corrupt files and Tweak #13 The Page file. Post back and tell me if that dose anything.
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Click start, right click my computer, properties, advanced, settings for performance, advanced, click change for virtual memory, put the dot in system managed, click set, click OK
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um ok i will have to do that tomorrow cause i loaned my cd to a friend, so as soon as i get home tomorrow i will get that doen and reply asap. thanx
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thanx, my prob is resolved
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You could have done that without the XP CD :tazz:

Thank You for letting me know
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