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I am using Vista sp1 and my system is very slow

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My Vista system loads and operates very slow. I can use msconfig to diagnostic and the system loads fast. What method should I use to find the offending culprit or culprits?
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Msconfig is a great utility. Just re-enable a few applications at at a time till you find what it causing it to slow down. Then you can take care of the issue.
I hope this helps. Good luck.
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I am not having much luck. Removing items with msconfig does not help much. Is there a way that when I used the diagnostic logon that I can add networking
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