Re: Vista x64 Horribly Choppy and Slow

Sorry for the late response was busy with work. But, I have reinstalled
some drivers and everything seems to be working just fine on installs,
no errors whatsoever. But Vista still runs poorly, its even worse later
at night. I changed up the power settings too, to get the most out of
my system but I still run into big time lag and choppiness.


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