#1
i just got a replacement computer because my other own crashed from a hard drive error. this is a compaq presario with windows XP pro, 40 GB hard drive space, and 448 MB of RAM. the computer is installed with all the latest updates and what not. when not running itunes, the computer runs fairly quickly. however, when i go to plug in my ipod to sync it, it literally takes over 5 minutes just for it to get "docked onto itunes" and an addition 7+ minutes just to start the synching process which is by far the most annoying thing i've ever encountered. in the amount of time that i have to wait to get the ipod docked and synched on this computer, i could've had it all done on my old one WITH time to spare. so im wondering, is there any way possible that itunes could be sped up? if you need to know my specs, i have 36.68 GB of music, 16.30 GB of movies, 12.29 GB of TV shows and 459.4 MB of audiobooks; all of which are stored on a 500GB external hard drive. Thanks!!!
#2
NO.
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#4
Running apps like firefox and itunes at the time can bog down your PC, especially when syncing video or massive amounts of audio.
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i just got a replacement computer because my other own crashed from a hard drive error. this is a compaq presario with windows XP pro, 40 GB hard drive space, and 448 MB of RAM. the computer is installed with all the latest updates and what not. when not running itunes, the computer runs fairly quickly. however, when i go to plug in my ipod to sync it, it literally takes over 5 minutes just for it to get "docked onto itunes" and an addition 7+ minutes just to start the synching process which is by far the most annoying thing i've ever encountered. in the amount of time that i have to wait to get the ipod docked and synched on this computer, i could've had it all done on my old one WITH time to spare. so im wondering, is there any way possible that itunes could be sped up? if you need to know my specs, i have 36.68 GB of music, 16.30 GB of movies, 12.29 GB of TV shows and 459.4 MB of audiobooks; all of which are stored on a 500GB external hard drive. Thanks!!!


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#6
Quote by guitarman47
i just got a replacement computer because my other own crashed from a hard drive error. this is a compaq presario with windows XP pro, 40 GB hard drive space, and 448 MB of RAM. the computer is installed with all the latest updates and what not. when not running itunes, the computer runs fairly quickly. however, when i go to plug in my ipod to sync it, it literally takes over 5 minutes just for it to get "docked onto itunes" and an addition 7+ minutes just to start the synching process which is by far the most annoying thing i've ever encountered. in the amount of time that i have to wait to get the ipod docked and synched on this computer, i could've had it all done on my old one WITH time to spare. so im wondering, is there any way possible that itunes could be sped up? if you need to know my specs, i have 36.68 GB of music, 16.30 GB of movies, 12.29 GB of TV shows and 459.4 MB of audiobooks; all of which are stored on a 500GB external hard drive. Thanks!!!


Can computers even have less than 1 GB RAM?
#7
Your computer sucks, you don't even have a gig of RAM, 448, WTF kind of number is that? 64 MB stick..? It's gotta be like five years old! That, and Apple stuff generally teh sux anyways.
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#8
The problem is that you are using Itunes...
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#9
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Can computers even have less than 1 GB RAM?



hahahah.

Yea dude, upgrade you're ram...hardcore.
#10
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Your computer sucks, you don't even have a gig of RAM, 448, WTF kind of number is that? 64 MB stick..? It's gotta be like five years old! That, and Apple stuff generally teh sux anyways.

Unless it's running on a Mac computer then it's teh pwnage.
#11
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Can computers even have less than 1 GB RAM?

My XP/Ubuntu system has 256MB. I just burned out the power supply on it...

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