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Old 01-09-2008
Metalskin55
 

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After 1/08/2008 series of updates windows started working very slo
After the update Windows works very slow and consumes a lot of resources.
Before the updates the maximum amount of RAM used was 553MB now it uses 998MB
for same operations. I have trouble starting even the easiest tasks like
Internet or Word. Sometimes it becomes necessery to press the same link up to
5 tumes for it to open.
Can anyone help with a solution. Uninstaling theseupdates isn't working,
they simply don't uninstall. Restoring to an earlier time doesn't work as
well.
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Old 01-09-2008
Dan
 

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im into mcnuggets yall
.. 1.Your dump files: @Internet Explorer- go to “tools” go to “internet
options” go to “browsing history” now start the big dump by cleaning it up.

2.Have you looked at your windows’ task manager (right click tool bar) see
“resource monitor’ and services” to see what the heck is consuming you
resources? Check your start menu and see what loading. Your dump files:
@Internet Explorer- go to “tools” go to “internet options” go to “browsing
history” now start the big dump by cleaning it up and select “Delete All”


3.Always restart you computer immediately after updating. I say this because
I had the same problem as you (may or may not be related). I was too busy to
restart and forgot further after I made other system changes and when I
finally did restart it was a mess.

I hope this has helped. A lot of issues I have had were faulted to Under
Ramed.
Dan

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