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Getting Sick And Tried Of Vista Part 2

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#1 jhm


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Posted 06 February 2008 - 11:18 PM

Okay then I can't really find the first topic I did so I'm starting another. I finally upgraded my ran to around 900 kb and the games are starting to work a bit better. I was looking for in the other topic whats was one of the sites that will scan your computer and tell you of stuff that you can downlaod to help it.

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#2 super6


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Posted 06 February 2008 - 11:22 PM

Are you asking for a site that tells you what hardware you need to buy to make your system run quicker? If so, I don't know a site but if you tell me your CPU, RAM, and what you want to use your PC for; I can probably tell you what's slowing you down.

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Posted 08 February 2008 - 02:39 PM

If you are trying to run Vista with 900MB (you say KB but I believe it is MB) that is the first problem. You should have at least 2GB of RAM, if you don't want it to bog down.

One web-site that is good is called http://www.pcpitstop.com and they will give you suggestions. Do the Full Test Suite on the right side.

You can also go to http://www.crucial.com and they will scan your computer (if you let them) and tell you what kind of RAM upgrade you can do.

Good luck.


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