Web pages slow down, FIX.
The tweak is simple. Beside the QoS and others around the Internet for the new XP OS,
I found out that native drivers sometimes slow you down (cable and xDSL users).
So if you have applied all tweaks and you are still having slow downs try reinstalling
your NICs drivers.
I have reinstalled my NIC drivers (I own a CNET generic NIC, native driver is installed
with OS) with the latest found on their website, and now I can really apretiate
all my available bandwith. The difference is noticeable.
My web pages now load almost instantly where they used to take even a minute!
As allways, this tweak worked well for me, but may not work with everybody, just try!
You can go back to native drivers anytime.
> can't find compatible drivers for my [Lexmark X75]
Neither can I.
I accessed the manufacturer's web-site: http://support.lexmark.com
and entered 'X75', and clicked 'downloads',
and found drivers for Mac OS and for Windows 98/2000/XP, but none _explicitly_ for Windows XP 64-bit.
So, either Windows XP 64-bit "natively" supports the printer, or Lexmark does *NOT* support this "legacy" printer in newer Operating Systems (64-bit, Vista, Windows 7).
Press F10 to enter BIOS setup... find and disable the SATA native support
Now save and exit then when you reboot and attempt to install XP you will have no problem.
Download the drivers you need from here http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/SoftwareIndex.jsp?lang=en&cc=us&prodNameId=3375995&prodTypeId=321957&prodSeriesId=3375953&swEnvOID=1093&taskId=135&swLang=8