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I could be overlooking something, but I don't know what. I run PC Matic weekly, along with the re-scan afterwards, and it still is very slow. Any suggestions? Thanks in advance, greynoodle.

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:wp: greynoodle.

 

Could you post your system specs and or a link from a recent Overdrive Test?

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:wp: greynoodle.

 

Could you post your system specs and or a link from a recent Overdrive Test?

 

Pentium Dual-Core

Number of Processors 2

Processor Clock Speed 2,500 MHz

Graphics Description Intel® G33/G31 Express Chipset Family

Video Memory 128 MB

Memory Installed 6,144 MB

Memory Slots 4 slots

2048+1024+2048+1024;DIMM Unknown Synchronous

Drive Name © HP

Drive Size © 463,586 MB

Drive Format © NTFS

Drive Name (D) FACTORY_IMAGE

Drive Size (D) 13,350 MB

Drive Format (D) NTFS

Drive Name (J)

Drive Size (J) 194,426 MB

Drive Format (J) FAT32

DVD-RAM Model ATAPI DVD A DH16A6L-C

DVD-RAM Read Speed 2,117 KB/sec (12X)

DVD-RAM Write Speed 7,057 KB/sec (40X)

Monitor Model HP w2207 Wide LCD Monitor

Monitor Resolution 1680 x 1050 pixels

Monitor Screen Size 18.3 x 11.7 inches

21.7 inches (diagonal)

Monitor Manufacture Date Thursday

Hope this is what you are asking for Tx, greynoodle.

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Pentium Dual-Core

Number of Processors 2

Processor Clock Speed 2,500 MHz

Graphics Description Intel® G33/G31 Express Chipset Family

Video Memory 128 MB

Memory Installed 6,144 MB

Memory Slots 4 slots

2048+1024+2048+1024;DIMM Unknown Synchronous

Drive Name © HP

Drive Size © 463,586 MB

Drive Format © NTFS

Drive Name (D) FACTORY_IMAGE

Drive Size (D) 13,350 MB

Drive Format (D) NTFS

Drive Name (J)

Drive Size (J) 194,426 MB

Drive Format (J) FAT32

DVD-RAM Model ATAPI DVD A DH16A6L-C

DVD-RAM Read Speed 2,117 KB/sec (12X)

DVD-RAM Write Speed 7,057 KB/sec (40X)

Monitor Model HP w2207 Wide LCD Monitor

Monitor Resolution 1680 x 1050 pixels

Monitor Screen Size 18.3 x 11.7 inches

21.7 inches (diagonal)

Monitor Manufacture Date Thursday

Hope this is what you are asking for Tx, greynoodle.

 

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Yes, that's it. Now could you take an Overdrive test(you must login or register and acct) and post the link back here.

 

http://pcpitstop.com/betapit/

 

Note: If you're running Vista or Win7 you must run IE As Administrator.

 

Tx

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Yes, that's it. Now could you take an Overdrive test(you must login or register and acct) and post the link back here.

 

http://pcpitstop.com/betapit/

 

Note: If you're running Vista or Win7 you must run IE As Administrator.

 

Tx

 

Recommended Fixes

World Desktop Rank = Top 49%

Test Description

(Click each item for more Detail) Area Result Status

Check Browser Security Security Unacceptable

Delete Tracking Cookies Security 83 Cookies

CPU Load Test Performance 53%

Check Disk Speed (Drive J:)

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We need to take a look at the 53% CPU load.

 

Can you please post the URL for your results page?

 

If you need help, there is a tutorial here:

 

http://forums.pcpitstop.com/html/helpfiles/techexphelp.htm

 

http://www.pcpitstop.com/betapit/tips/WinLoad.asp?conid=23688151 IntelGuy, See if this is what you are requesting. Sorry, to take so long to reply, greynoodle.

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Hey GN, you need to run IE as administrator. To do that, right click the IE icon and select "Run as Admin" then go retake the overdrive test and post the link back here. :)

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Hey GN, you need to run IE as administrator. To do that, right click the IE icon and select "Run as Admin" then go retake the overdrive test and post the link back here. :)

 

Edit:

 

Let's try this instead:

 

http://www.pcpitstop.com/betapit/sec.asp?conid=23688151&report=Summary

 

 

Tx I hope this works. This has to be the most difficult process. Your instructions are very clear, but the PC Pitstop web page keeps telling me I'm not logged in as administrator, but IE shows I am. greynoodle

Edited by IntelGuy

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