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My Windows XP PC has 4999 BagMRU Folders in the

My Windows XP SP2 PC has 4999 BagMRU Folders in the Registry file. Can these be deleted? Would these cause PC to process painfully slow? Takes Internet up to 13 secs to browser. Once at browser, 5 sec delay to perform any tasks. This is using IE6.
Would upgrading to SP3 correct any problems with performance?
PC has 3 Gb RAM, Pentium 4, with 2.8 Ghz, AMD.
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