In addition to Yves' and Dov's accurate comments and advice, what
struck me about your post is that you might have run the same machine
without a rebuild for a long period of time. I always think that's a
good idea to rebuild a system every two or three years because they
simply get clogged with drek left over from installs and uninstalls,
new software, updates, and changes from routine operation.

If it's been a long time since you did a rebuild, you should consider
doing it now because you're already in the midst of a major overhaul.
It'll pay dividends by giving you a clean, faster system.


Art Campbell
               art.campbell at
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Vincent and a redheaded girl." -- Richard Thompson
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On Thu, May 28, 2009 at 6:23 AM, Helen Borrie <helebor at> wrote:
> At 07:10 PM 28/05/2009, Yves Barbion wrote:
>>Hi Helen
>>(I'll make sure to use the spell-checker this time.;-))
> The spell-checker spelled flawlessly. :-D
> Thanks for that response - it is *exactly* what I wanted to know.
> cheers,
> Helen
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