|24 Jun 2012||#14|
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Slow windows issue resolved lesson learned
One of the new RAM I installed was bad.
My BIOS needed update bad - probably to accept Windows 7 & increased RAM.
Sound card needed update to windows 7 capability.
I had installed SSD, RAM & Windows 7 in one fell swoop. Do thing one at a time...
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