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XP Installs Slow

Discussion in 'All other topics' started by HOOA, Jul 30, 2003.

  1. HOOA

    HOOA Member

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    Hey I Just Got A New P4 2.4 With 768mb Of Ram And An ATI Radeon 7000 64mb Video Card. When I Try To Install Windows XP It Takes Forever. Takes 10 Minutes For The 1 Minute To Go By In The Timer. By The Time It's Done It Takes A Bit To Boot And Then Is Slow As Hell When It's Done. XP Install And XP Itself Ran Fine On My Intel Celeron 852. Please Help :(
     
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    Check the FSB (Front Side Bus) setting in the Bios to make sure it is the correct speed.Also check that the clock multiplier is set correct. The clock multiplier x FSB should equal your processor speed.
     
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    Hey Thanks But. FSB Or Clock Multiplyer Are Not Anywhere In My BIOS Settings.
     

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