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What is happen???? I did a upgrade in my computer. I had a Pentium 3/800 mhz, 512 Mb RAM, GeForce 2/400. Now I have a pentium 4/2. 4 ghz, 1 gb RAM and GeForce 2/400. Why my project that it is fast in my old computer is very slow in pentium 4??????? Please, I need a solution!!!! Thanks, Carlos Goncalves...

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    Default Project fast in Pentium 3. Slow in Pentium 4. How?

    What is happen???? I did a upgrade in my computer. I had a Pentium 3/800
    mhz, 512 Mb RAM, GeForce 2/400. Now I have a pentium 4/2. 4 ghz, 1 gb RAM
    and GeForce 2/400.

    Why my project that it is fast in my old computer is very slow in pentium
    4???????

    Please, I need a solution!!!!

    Thanks,
    Carlos Goncalves


    Carlos Gonçalves Guest

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    Default Re: Project fast in Pentium 3. Slow in Pentium 4. How?

    > What is happen???? I did a upgrade in my computer. I had a Pentium 3/800
    > mhz, 512 Mb RAM, GeForce 2/400. Now I have a pentium 4/2. 4 ghz, 1 gb RAM
    > and GeForce 2/400.
    >
    > Why my project that it is fast in my old computer is very slow in pentium
    > 4???????
    >
    > Please, I need a solution!!!!
    What OS's? XP uses a whole bunch more memory than 2000, one of many reasons I don't want it on my system. Also check relative
    drive space on the 2 machines. A full drive will slow a projector down like nothing else...


    Darrel Hoffman Guest

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    Default Re: Project fast in Pentium 3. Slow in Pentium 4. How?

    Windows XP Professional in both, but I need a solution to my project runs ok
    in XP with Pentium 4 and Pentium 3.




    "Darrel Hoffman" <I.dontthink.so.net> escreveu na mensagem
    news:bksfh5$io3$1forums.macromedia.com...
    > > What is happen???? I did a upgrade in my computer. I had a Pentium 3/800
    > > mhz, 512 Mb RAM, GeForce 2/400. Now I have a pentium 4/2. 4 ghz, 1 gb
    RAM
    > > and GeForce 2/400.
    > >
    > > Why my project that it is fast in my old computer is very slow in
    pentium
    > > 4???????
    > >
    > > Please, I need a solution!!!!
    >
    > What OS's? XP uses a whole bunch more memory than 2000, one of many
    reasons I don't want it on my system. Also check relative
    > drive space on the 2 machines. A full drive will slow a projector down
    like nothing else...
    >
    >

    Carlos Gonçalves Guest

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    Default Re: Project fast in Pentium 3. Slow in Pentium 4. How?

    > What is happen???? I did a upgrade in my computer...

    Do you mean you have a completely new computer or that you changed the m/b and
    processor? If the latter, did you reinstall the OS (thus getting the correct
    HAL) or simply move the HDD over? Do you have the correct drivers for the m/b
    chipset? Do other things run more slowly than with the previous setup?

    Andrew

    Andrew Morton Guest

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