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ECS P4S8AG V1.3 DRIVER
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Agreed with everyone else that's answered so far, reformat and install OS again. If the problem persists, post again for more advice.
Plus you're not taking into account that it isn't even a "d" model and it's a northwood or worse If the OS has been installed for a while or there are viruses, malware, tons of services, etc running That's why we all ECS P4S8AG V1.3 a format and OS install and ECS P4S8AG V1.3 what the performance is like. KyleSTL Jul 16, And 'real speed' is in the eye of the user.
It's because these devices do not have the ECS P4S8AG V1.3 driver. You probably go to the Internet and search one by one. This is not an easy work; it might takes hours or even impossible. We see your issues, that is the reason why we create DriverIdentifier.
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So the impression of slowness appears to be related to graphics card acceleration or lack of. It is amazing how much 2D graphics slows down a CPU! Should I have found this quicker? Perhaps if I ECS P4S8AG V1.3 profiled the machine by running benchmarks that tested cpu, ram, disk, graphics, it would have shown up immediately.
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Now, off to look for a driver for the graphics card Thanks to you all again, Z. I didn't ECS P4S8AG V1.3 it was related to the OS, but I re-installed it anyway just to rule out the possibility. However, I noticed that graphics card acceleration isn't being used by the OS. Could this be putting an extra load on the CPU? If so, it would explain why the system appears sluggish compared to the other machine which has accelerated graphics support.
I ran some number-crunching just cpu and ram on both machines and it turns out both perform approximately equally well. Now I wasn't expected that.
So the impression of slowness appears to be related to graphics card acceleration or lack of. P4S8AG (V).
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Socket for Intel Pentium 4 processor. Full AGP 8X platform; USB ; ATA; DirectX ; Supports DDR; Integrated Xabre GPU. P4S8AG (V).
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