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    please help newbie with Optimization xp..

    hello all......


    can some 1 show me or link to a site that show what to be remove during XP install for carupter use.

    any reply is greatly thanx

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    Use this: http://nuhi.msfn.org/

    And just use common sense man...
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    sorry but i dumb when it come to computer...

    here where i'm at... i recently install fresh XP pro and update to sp2.... mediacar...etc
    when i try it coming out of hibernation it took 2min..... some one told me to remove stuff i don't need to speed up the hibernation process that why i came here and ask What can/can't remove...

    it would be nice if someone make a stricky like " software that carupter need"

    sorry to be a pain but i really need this thing working

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    computer spec
    1G pentium processor
    256 Ram
    80G HD

    Mother board MS 6309 LITE

    software ....
    fresh XP pro.. update to date..
    mediacar.
    winamp
    power DVD 5

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    use nlite, make a new installation cd without all the junk to begin with. Go from there.
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    It should'nt take two minutes. I was doing a test on mine and noticed that it took longer if I disable write-caching on my hard drive. That really slows things down alot. Make sure write-caching is enabled on your hard drive.

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