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RAM Speed Hi,I have problem in RAM speed. I have put 512MB of 333MHz speed RAM. But system speed is too low. Before this i had 256MB RAM. Compare to 256MB, 512MB must be very speed. But i can't get speed. Please give me solution for this.

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There are many things that govern a computer's speed,

1 The speed of the Hardware IE the Processor, Memory and Graphics Card all contribute to this, (It is assumed that this is working well in whatever configuration you have)

2 The Requirements of your software....Win XP SP2 REQUIRES a minimum of 512 Mb Mem to run properly (if it has less than this it will run very slowly even with only basic Applications installed IE Norton/Mcafee Antivirus )

3 Software problems... Spyware / Virus infections affect the speed of your PC as the "Steal" Proccessing power for their own ends, I have personally seen PCs with terrible Spyware infections that they can barely operate at all, to remedy this I would reccomend downloading the free Spyware tool "Spybot Search and Destroy", (just type into google) and for Viruses you could try using Grisoft AVG free.

I hope this helps.

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