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slow down in 9.1
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Sep 6, 2001, 01:41 AM
I've had no success with 9.2.1 and so I reverted back to 9.1

What I've found recently is that my Mac slows down a real lot after about 20 minutes - it is so slow that I can type well ahead of what it prints. Any ideas?

I've left the 9.2.1 folder on my main HD and startup from 9.1 by choosing it in startup disk.

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Join Date: Jan 2001
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Sep 11, 2001, 11:50 PM
i have an old PC that would do this.. it ended up being a setting in BIOS called "Doze Mode," which apparently took the processor off turbo. If this is something similar, it would be in your "energy saver" control panel somewhere.. i guess just tinker around a bit and see if anything helps.
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