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    Windows Media Player 9 or 10?

    Which uses less system resources? Which one runs smoother with MI? Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AllShowNoGo View Post
    Which uses less system resources? Which one runs smoother with MI? Thanks!
    Theyre both pretty much the same, but I have seen smoother performance in 3rd party visualizations in version 10
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    9 an 10 are equal. 11 is bloated but much nicer looking. Classic of course is the best performance wise.
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    I'm running a 933mhz p3 with a basic no frills on board graphics card and will be upgrading to 256 or 512mb of ram. I disabled full screen mode and it runs pretty smoothly now. I've just gotten bored with the visuals and I highly doubt my carputer will be able to run g-force (third party plugin).

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    Quote Originally Posted by AllShowNoGo View Post
    I'm running a 933mhz p3 with a basic no frills on board graphics card and will be upgrading to 256 or 512mb of ram. I disabled full screen mode and it runs pretty smoothly now. I've just gotten bored with the visuals and I highly doubt my carputer will be able to run g-force (third party plugin).
    I would definitely recommend going to at least 256mb ram. The next release of Mobile Impact will also need a somewhat decent graphics card. One that has at least 32Mb ram on it.
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