how can i speed up the processing of data, it seems all of the files i get it takes 6+ hours to complete. i have a 1.8Mhz processor with 1.5GB of memory and plenty of HD space with a DSL connection

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Message 5937 - Posted: 10 Jul 2004, 4:05:25 UTC

any help on improving my speed would be most helpful.

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Message 5955 - Posted: 10 Jul 2004, 4:47:14 UTC

Kill any un-needed processes.

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Message 5975 - Posted: 10 Jul 2004, 6:49:10 UTC
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Kill the screen saver, it helped my P4 1.8..... I have found that keeping all my drivers and BIOS up to date helps...
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Message 6156 - Posted: 10 Jul 2004, 15:58:44 UTC

run ad-aware, that will get rid of the little shits that take up a bit of processing power :)

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