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Old 06-11-06, 11:30 AM   #1
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Default Just moved out of NI2005...to ZA Pro

Man removing NI2005 was a headache..so much crap was left behind..

After installing ZA Suit (6.5) i noticed that about 8 odd process have come off my list..which was nice. Windows loaded very fast too.

So far i am liking ZA, very handy works pretty good...but vsmon.exe file does eat quiet a bit of memory..about 20-30MB. I have not encounterd much problems..only problem i had was when i ran CS:S when it asked permission for hl2.exe first time cs:s kinda ****ed up after i said allow..but after that it was ok.

Side question on the drivers with nvidia 90 series..ive been noticing that everytime i quit games..my desktop is kinda ****ed up. I can move mouse etc..but my desktop is frozen (not cpu frozen)..its like a screenshot..i found only way to fix this is to load a video file which causes me to get my desktop back.
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