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reedy
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2004-07-31T14:56:31Z
I have a network set up with my 2 home pcs, but today while i was printing pictures i noticed my pc was running very slow, after a lot of trying different things, i turned of my network then hey presto pc running like a dream. I also would like to know how do you get rid of old network connections maybe this is the problem as im am on network4 for some reason please help
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StukaSt1
2004-08-03T00:25:47Z
I don't know if this is possible, maybe just do the network setup again

btw the late response is because this forum really needs more than the last 20 posts option...
Drago
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2004-08-10T22:06:31Z
Are you using a wireless network, if so who makes the card and accesspoint or router?
frak
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2004-08-16T02:37:29Z
I doubt the network had much to do with the slowness.

if you are using any of the color inkjet printers - they suck up major
cpu time. it's all loaded on the cpu - basically how they are able to
sell them so cheap.