Re: Help please
from what I've gathered and not being that knowledgeable about video cards (I don't play pc games for a start, will when I get a good enough computer though, lol). Have you made sure you have gotten rid of all of your temp/unnecessary files? It also might pay to run an optimisation program like TuneUp Utilities or System Mechanic, do a windows update, check your driver versions, etc.
Might also pay to check in the processes tab of task manager, Spy Sweeper can sometimes eat up a lot of CPU... Depending on what's on your system and the version of Spy Sweeper that you're using. Also, Norton is a hog, use something else.
Also, this might help: http://forums.pureoverclock.com/arch....php?t-16.html
Dell Inspiron 9400 Notebook 120GB 5400RPM SATA HDD, 500GB 7200RPM SATA External HDD, DVD+-RW, DVD+-RW External, Mobile Intel Calistoga i945PM, Intel Core 2 Duo 2.0 GhZ, 2GB DDR2-667MhZ Dual Channel SDRAM, Nvidia GeForce GO 7900 GS 256MB Single-Pipe.
TinyXP Rev05, PerfectDisk, TuneUp Utilities, Window Washer, Nod32, Bo-Clean, SuperAntiSpyware Pro, Spyware Blaster, Comodo Firewall Pro.