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iBook - Bad memory?


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Hello. I was wondering if anyone knows how to tell if you have a case of bad memory? My computer has been running extremely slow lately, and I put in after-market memory about a year ago. It didn't initially run this slow when I installed the memory. Thanks.
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That's not a symptom of bad memory. The slowdown is more likely caused by having too many programs running at startup and diminishing hard drive space.

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