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Original Message 1/2                 Date: 12-Jul-10  @  04:56 PM   -   setting up a pc for serato


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Hey y'all, Jack here. I just grabbed a pc for use with serato and I'm looking to disable pretty
much everything I don't need. I was looking for any tutorials or lists of essential stuff that
should not be disabled. I will not be using it on the intertron, just djing. Either that or get a
smapler, I have'nt decided...

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Message 2/2                 Date: 13-Jul-10  @  01:44 PM   -   RE: setting up a pc for serato


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omg! hey Jack, hows it?

er, tbh, disabling stuff apart from disabling windows updates and remote assistance doesnt really do alot contrary to rumour. That's all left-over stuff from the dreaded days of WIN98 tbh - the bios has stuff which potentialy needs switchin off, but that depends on whether u have an added soundcard or use the onboard sound in/out

usualy i'll set an XP machine into - control-panel/system/advanced/performance/settings-button


set 'processor-scheduling' from 'programmes' to 'background-services'

apart from that tbh, there's very little else that makes any real difference to performance

u got this machine online? (even if it aint gonna be online when it's done) cos if u do, i can connect to it and set things.

anyways, good to see you mate.


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