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Re: Graphite Beta
« Reply #20 on: March 04, 2007, 07:11:43 PM »
No need to upgrade your RAM, thats why where celebrating SWF files cause they use very little RAM and CPU process.

The Graphite screen should be using:

-While loaded in Mach or stand alone: 1% CPU and 30KB-50KB RAM

-While running a program: 2%-5% CPU and 50KB RAM

Could you send me a PM of your Windows Task Manager while Mach and the screen are loaded? I could take alook at other process that are running in the background.
Are you running macro's or anything not standard with Mach?

Try doing a Spywear sweep with AD aware,just to make sure.

I'll look more closely at other possibilities and get back.
Re: Graphite Beta
« Reply #21 on: March 05, 2007, 03:45:58 AM »
Zealous,

I have to disable the Mach3 driver in device manager to make Mach3 work with flash screen at normal speed and to enjoy your wonderful flesh screen.
Thank you, Ynneb and Art for your work and your time to bring up these new face of screens. (The Area 51 is a good one ,too.)

I attached a PM from my Intel 4 2.4G 512MB PC here, it is in normal boot-up, with Mach3 driver enabled and Graphite Beta loaded.
I really want to know what causes my PC not run well when using Mach3 driver, printer port and flash screen all together.

Thanks, Li

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Re: Graphite Beta
« Reply #22 on: March 05, 2007, 03:08:29 PM »
Li,
Do you have a wireless network installed or using a wireless router?
What are your results when running the "Driver test"?
You might want to post on the main forum and get help tracking down whats slowing down your computer with Mach, I think it's a driver conflict or port problem.