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Open windows are closing very slowly

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by jharding, Jun 26, 2007.

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  1. jharding

    jharding Thread Starter

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    :) Recently, when I close out of a program there is quite a bit of delay in closing and it looks like one is pulling the blind down as it closes slowly. My CPU does not seem to be running high and I seem to have plenty of ram. I have run my ad-ware, spyware, and norton anti-virus and find no proelem. Any idea how to fix this? I have rebooted a bouple of times also.
    Thanks for any help you can give.
    Jim Harding :)
     
  2. jharding

    jharding Thread Starter

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    Perhaps no one has an idea?
    Thanks for any ideas
     
  3. Augie65

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    You can try this:
    Start> Run> type sysdm.cpl then hit OK.
    Click on Advanced tab> Settings button under Performance.
    Tick the radio button: Adjust for best performance and see if that helps.
    Are the video drivers up-to-date?
     
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