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« on: April 05, 2006, 03:17:42 PM »

Im sure this has been covered here but I can't seem to find the answer.  When I have any software or browser open and I grab and drag them across my monitors (I am running 4 monitors through a Matrox graphics card), there is always a huge delay in the item being dragged across the screen.  Like a lag.  What causes this and how do I fix it?

Im running Windows XP Media Center Ed, Pentium 4 (3GHz) with 1.5GB of RAM.

Is it the video card? Is it the low RAM?  Is it CPU?  I do know that when Im at a stand still, my CPU reads under 10%...and when I drag, it jumps to about 50%...but not 100%.
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