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My notebook has graphic card by radeon xpress

It is not activated and if i keep any anti virus it becomes slow pleases slove my problem

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Hi..the reason to this problem may depend
upon the type of anti-virus u are using.once after
installing the anti-virus u have to keep on updating
it to a new update every day.This will solve ur problem
of slowing down.
check it out..
thank u..

Posted on Feb 05, 2009

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