can i start a striped down version of my computer

  stuj 21:34 20 Jul 10
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i'm trying to run pinnacle studio on my xp desktop, quite old, quite slow (1.25 ram). so many other programmes are competing for the same memory that pinnacle struggles. what i would like to do would be start windows but be able to decide which programmes can start up as well, i.e. stop all the antivirus etc from starting. i have tryied to copy a profile and disable the programmes this way but only to limeted effect. is there a better way to do this.
pinnacle runs from a second drive plus i have increased the page file size.

  woodchip 21:51 20 Jul 10

No Idea what you want to do But I run Pinnacle on very low speck PC only one gig ram XP Home

  woodchip 21:52 20 Jul 10

No Idea what you want to do But I run Pinnacle 9.3 on very low speck PC only one gig ram XP Home

  mr simon 21:56 20 Jul 10

Start = Run = type in msconfig = then click the startup tab and select the programs you want to automatically boot up when windows starts.

  Dipso 21:57 20 Jul 10

mr simon has told you the manual way or you could use a program like click here to do it for you.

  mr simon 23:02 20 Jul 10

CCleaner also has a startup manager built in.

  woodchip 23:09 20 Jul 10

I think what he means is, is computer is too slow to load run Pinnacle

  Strawballs 01:51 21 Jul 10

You can stop everything EXCEPT antivirus if you like, stop that and it won't be long before it will be very slow.

  Dipso 06:40 21 Jul 10

If stuj disconnects the connection to the net it would be OK though wouldn't it?

  stuj 10:24 21 Jul 10

thanks,
i think what i meant would like have two start up options, 1 that was fully protected, antivirus etc for normal use and a second that ran nothing other than a basic windows, suppose i'm being a bit lazy in not wanting to enable/ disable everytime i want to use one programme

  Dipso 17:01 21 Jul 10

Why not set up two profiles then? One for when you are using Pinnacle and one when your not?

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