Changing Size of Time Slice in Windows 2000

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Does anyone know how to change the size of the time slice for windows 2000.  Desired 60 hertz for real-time application but windows' default quantum does not allow this!

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This article is very nice, but I can't seem to find details on the Api used to boost the threads.

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Thank you all for your comments.  Looks like I will have to look for 3rd party software to accomplish this.
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I guess you'v tried to change priority to realtime?

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Changing priority does not affect the length of the timeslice.
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if you'r going to use the programm alex posted the link to it does.

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Isn't the program from the link for NT4?  I need one for 2000 Professional!

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Alexo, I apologize if I took too long to accept your answer.  I'm new to experts-exchange and still trying to figure out how everything works.

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