Re: Vista x64 Horribly Choppy and Slow

If the # of CPUs at boot did not help, the you can uncheck it to set it
back to the default settings. It will not hurt anything to leave it set
either way. Some people see a performance increase while others do not
with this.

Have you already uninstalled and reinstalled your drivers to see if one
of them was corrupted?


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