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Really slow computer - graphics card issue?

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#1 eeeek


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Posted 11 October 2009 - 12:34 PM

Hi there,

I have a problem with my computer, comparative to say 3 months ago, my computer is really slow to boot up. Once up and running its fine, no problem but every-so-often the mouse curser can't keep up with the mouse. I've ran virus checks and it's clean. Could it be a worn out graphics card. Or is it just that my computer is pretty old now?

Computer is an intel pentium 4 with 3.00GHz
2GB RAM and three hard drives which have been managed for max virtual memory.

Mother board is ASUS AS8

Any ideas?

Many thanks

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