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Re: about my xp
Earlier if your pc was running ok. as expected speed, and now running with slow speed, u have to check of virus and spyware.Have u install one legal antivirus software on your pc??if not the go for one legal antivirus.Load it,scan for virus.Select for one antivirus which will give u support for both virus and spyware.Don,t try to install free antivirus and antispware software.
U may need to defrag your hard drive also.
Desable unnecessary files from startup by using msconfig command.
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You should have at least 256 MB of RAM to run Office 2007. It might run with 248 MB (did you mean to type 2048?), but it will be very slow; you would have to be very patient.
You can use Windows XP, you just have to make sure you're running at least service pack 2.
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60-day trial does not include technical support and requires the following:
PC with 300 megahertz or higher processor clock speed.
Windows Vista® with 1 GB RAM, Windows® XP with 256 MB RAM, Windows Server® 2008 with 512 MB RAM or Windows Server 2003 with 256 MB RAM -> (64-bit versions of Windows XP and Windows Server excluded); service packs for operating systems recommended.
Certain features require Internet Explorer®. If not present, Internet Explorer will be installed but will not displace your primary browser.
Available hard-disk space: 1.8 GB (some users may require up to an extra 300 MB).
For installation of software: DVD drive or high speed Internet access.
Super VGA (1024 x 768) or higher resolution monitor.
Microsoft Mouse, Microsoft IntelliMouse®, or a compatible pointing device.
Thats the System Requirements for the Trial Version.
I am not sure whether you are running Windows Vista or Windows 7. You cannot install this on WINDOWS XP/Windows Server 2003 which have 64BIT Architecture.
Same applies for the 2009 Version as well.
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If you really only have 256MB of Ram then that would be the first thing to change. I would upgrade to at least 1GB of RAM for XP. There are also many unnecessary services that are loaded on start up. You can find many tips on speeding up XP by shutting down services you don't need.
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win xp required more then 256 mb ram mcafee antivirus make system slow, it take more ram so u remove antivirus & also go to run give msconfig then remove start up items. for more information call me +919985064600. avast anti-virus is better it's do not make slower & also norton.
when printers are being used it requires a lot of memory especially for larger files.
my first suggestion is to get more memory, however to validate that it is the problem press ctrl alt delete and go to the system monitor to see the ram usage during the printing, if its maxed out then you know its 100% needs more ram.
in the short term you can increase manually the virtual memory of xp so it uses the harddrive as temporary memory to make printing faster