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    Quote Originally Posted by Sevuas_0
    oop's sry basementgeek i knew i was alittle off on that number!
    Now come on Sevuas_0, I have seen your Avatar and I have read your messages and some of your help, and I happen to know you are from the Planet Zannuttzi 8) Just joking mate, Cheers Jim.

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    i ment 768! sry guys.

    768RAM should be ok for gaming
    Spyware Can be a pain for those who are stressful and some just know how to look around it!

    AMD Athlon 2000+, 512MB PC2100, 28.6HD, SP1 Windows Xp Pro.

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    Thanx for the help everyone,i'm going to try some of the suggestions out now

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    Please let us know how it goes, or if you need further assistance.
    Comptia A+ and Network + Certified. Microsoft MCP in Windows 2000 Pro. Server, Advanced Server and Data Center Sever.

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    Thank you PartieHonteuse I can now see how much free space I have on my Computer

    It says I have:
    Free Space: 170 GB and Total Size: 186 GB

    Is that a good or bad thing?

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    That's pleanty of free space. Typically, you want at least 25-30% of the HDD free to ensure the best performance.

    Cheers.

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