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Topic # 8235 14-Jun-2006 17:01
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im running vista beta 2 5384 and whenever i open ANY folder, it takes forever to load, the window blinks, then it sais, not responding.. then the files in the folder show up.. then it blinks again and then it freezes.. then it works. and when i click on a file it does the same thing over again. what is wrong here?!

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  Reply # 38532 14-Jun-2006 18:28
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that is exactely what windows XP is doing to me right now!

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Reply # 38533 14-Jun-2006 18:31
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Perhaps it is a new installation, the PC is not a fast one (or the HDD is a bit slow) and the indexer service is working? It took a good couple of days on my Tablet PC to have it working ok. It is now fine and responsive.







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  Reply # 38536 14-Jun-2006 18:37
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my comp is a gamer computer fast S-ata hdd, more than a GB of fast ram, Asus P4P800 E Deluxe Motherboard and 2.8 ghz processor 800 mhz FSB, BFG 6600 GT OC Video card. Windows XP runs excellent on this comp, its just... Windows Vista and this problem ^^^^^^^^^^^^

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  Reply # 38539 14-Jun-2006 19:13
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I should realy reinstall and make an image. But thats off topic, I'll make another thread at the time.

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