Question about IBM Netvista Intel Pentium 4 2.4GHz / 512MB DDR / 40GB HDD / DVD-ROM / 10/100Mbps LAN / Windows XP P (RBP42400XPP) PC Desktop
On board video card problem
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Feb 06, 2009
Yes, you can.
When the system is installed, the first thing that you want to do is adjust the visual effect of Windows for best performance. Next, then select the classic mode. Then, go start, run, and type regedit
In the registry go to HKEY Current Users Control Panel Desktop If the registry key MenuShowDelay doesn't exist, create a string and enter a value of 0. Also, you can create a string, if it doesn't exist, HungAppTimeout and set it to 1000
Also, type msconfig in the run dialog box. Uncheck unneeded programs that you don't want to start up. Sound icons will have to be deselected through the control panel.
Also, go through the control panel of Windows and go to the display and make sure that the fade effects are not selected. Only the Alt select is enabled.
Also, go the the computer management, services and uncheck also certain services that you do not want to run. Just make sure that they are not critical windows services. Check the internet for these services.
When this is all completed, you can run Windows Vista on about 550 MB of RAM. You will definitely have to upgrade your RAM, but at least this is a start.
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
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