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Adobe Illustrator 10 bogging computer performance

Adobe Illustrator 10 bogging computer performance

Adobe Illustrator 10 bogging computer performance


I have a 1.9 Micron PC Pent 4 with 512 ram with XP .  As I build an image on an 8.5 11 sheet size the program gets bogged down. I know its not the computer because it is new and fast. I have the scratch disk sent to the c: drive which has 100 gigs of room. As the computer Boggs down sometimes the program will lock up. I have reinstalled the program. I also took several programs out of start up. I do not have this problem with PS 6

I have even flatten some of the art work.

Any help would be great.

RE: Adobe Illustrator 10 bogging computer performance

Do you have any virus or system management tools running in the backround? Have you installed the latest patch?

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