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#1 Doomsis

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Posted 18 May 2011 - 11:13 PM

I just felt like reformatting it because i wanted all my space in one drive. Before it used to have 'os:c drive' and 'd-drive'. I think the recovery stuff of windows was on the d-drive. What can I do to fix this. If you can guide me through stuff I should un-check that shouldn't be running. I noticed the lag is on and off- Parts of the day it's fine, but later on it's so laggy. Before I reformatted the computer, I used this illustrator program and it ran smoothly. After reformatting it, my computer can't handle the program no more- it's like I have to wait for it to load so I can draw here and there and then it freezes...not responding....then I wait for it to go back to normal. It takes awhile before it reads what I want to do next or undo. It's not possible someone is on our router because I turned off wireless. We kept getting kicked off our own network so I locked the wireless radio, changed my ip address and never had a problem since. The lag is like one and off.

Edited by Doomsis, 18 May 2011 - 11:46 PM.


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