How do I make my computer run full performance?
Usually, the default setting for computers is to run half performance, but I need my pc to run full performance because it crashes when it's at half. My cousin came over and changed the setting and made it run at full but I had to re-install vista yesterday because I couldn't boot and now the setting is reversed, does anyone know how to change your pc from half performance to full performance? I'm running windows vista home basic.
Asked By: Nick - 9/16/2007
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Black Viper has an excellent configuration guide which I recommend in addition to following these steps to increase your Vista system performance... More
Answered By: Samuel Adams - 9/16/2007
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Answered By: rider200 - 9/16/2007
Run at half performance? If this does not pertain to a graphics setting then I am confused. Might you mean using only half of a dual processers tasks? I'm lost, and I would sure like to learn what you mean. Faster is one thing,but half is a measure.
Answered By: extitude - 9/22/2007
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