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My computer is slow and buggy. Here's the report. From what I gather my AGP aperture size is slowing me down. Unfortunately, I don't know what that is or how to fix it. Who can help? Thanks!

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Your AGP aperture can be set in BIOS. 64MB would be recommended, but I doubt you'd notice the difference.

Everything looks good to me, but you'd notice a nice performance boost if you added another 256MB of system memory (RAM).
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Thanks for the help. I have a good working knowledge of computers but not great. I never fiddle with the BIOS. Would setting to 64 be an easy thing for me to do or should I not mess with it? Thanks again.
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I'd recommend you not mess with it. :tazz:
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I'll take that advice. Thanks again!
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