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Vista really slow even after clean install with 6400 AMD 9800GX2 and 2GB ram and m2n32-SLI deluxe

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  • dannyboy3213 Apr 21, 2008

    haya thanks for the reply yea i have done all sorts of things to solve this ill tell you what ive done so far

    1when i do clean reinstall she is fast then after that nvidia drivers then service pack 1 thats when she gos slow and i can see that the nforce raid drivers are changed and that if i turn file sharing off she goes alot faster the pc goes relly well on another mobo of myn but as soon as i use my good motherboard she goes to granny mode im thinking SP1 problem and as of right now i trying to run it without SP1 and see what happens so will tell in about an hour cheers

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Please consult this article from Microsoft to take steps to improve your system's performance with Vista, by clicking here
For troubleshooting performance issues, please see these articles and the links within them: TroubleshootVistaPerformance and Troubleshoot Vista Startup and Vista Diagnostics
Finally, you may wish to consult this General Setup&Maintenance guide.

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Hello,

Vista is faster when it is clean install. the only reason when computer come to very slow when the hard drive is defective. or there is a hardware that defective also. please remove some hardware one by one and test. like CD?DVD ROM and others,

REfix also the memory and then obesrved the computer, if all the suspected hardware were remove and same performance maybe you need to replace the harddrive:

melnavz

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Posted on Apr 21, 2008

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    Emelio Navaja Apr 21, 2008

    yea, thats correct. when installing SP1 can cause slow because thats run as another program.

    Its very good to install windows XP with builtin already the service pack 1."Windows XP service pack 1"

    After installing windows XP i would suggest you to install first the chipset of the motherboard, and then all the driver needed. hope this will resolve the issue.

    melnavz

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    Emelio Navaja Apr 21, 2008

    I hope you will rate my solution good.



    melnavz

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