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Windows 7: Pc1 fast; pc2 slow. Install ibto pc2 higher ram & faster processer?

28 Apr 2017   #21
johnhoh

Win7 pro x64
 
 

sounds good, thanks


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 Pc1 fast; pc2 slow. Install ibto pc2 higher ram & faster processer?




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