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Old 06-28-2005, 06:40 PM   #11
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I also recently got another less crappy computer, I dont really know if its better, I think it is, but ill tell what i know about both of them. I dont really know how to find all there "specs"

My current computer has 240 mb of ram, windows 98, and thats about all i know, i think the processor is a GfExcel, but that might be the video card.

The other computer that i am going to use for parts, if i can do that has: 2000 megahertz Intel Celeron, 512 megabytes Installed memory and a Matrox millennium G450 dualhead.

I dont know if any of this is good or not, so i would be grateful for someone to help me out. However, i do have spyware, and i think i am clean when it comes to that, but how do i "defrag" my computer?
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Old 06-28-2005, 06:46 PM   #12
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To defrag your computer go to start>all programs>Accessories>system tools>disk defragmentor. hope that helps.
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The cats knocked my crystal ball off the desk the other day. You might help us out here by posting all the specs of your computer.
Dang cats.
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If you want to know what is all in your computer there is a simple program called Everest. Run a search for it on Google and bamn you have Everest. RUn it and start looking around, should tell you your intire computer. Its fun to.
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Old 06-28-2005, 10:49 PM   #15
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HOly crap... you got a very old computer, no wonder you can't play any games... you need a better graphic card and cpu is also pretty low lol....
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If your playing it on servers it would be your internet thats too slow. or maybe it's the card that can't keep up with the internet.
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