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In Live Meeting 2007, when application shared pc gets very very slow

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In Live Meeting 2007, when application shared pc gets very very slow.
When same person logges in other pc works fine.
It slows for anyone who logs in.

Application has been reinstalled, increased Virtual Memory. Still slow when application shared.
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by:coreybryant
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Does the same thing happen if you re-boot before running the program?

And just in case, what your your resource monitor (what does that show for the LiveMeeting and application)?  You might be able to get to the resource monitor by going to start - run - type in resource and this might show up.  Or on the Task manager, go to the performance tab.
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PC rebooted.
In Task Manager shows high utilasation of CPU.. for Live Meeting application
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Hopefully someone else will be able to chime in.  I just know of these things I would do.  Did you also check the Resource Monitor?  And others might also want to know what the application is.  (And of course, have you also checked to see if updates / patches are applied?)
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by:mismoboy
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Play with your Mouse settings and don't use Live Meeting built-in app sharing.  I would use Live Meeting for audio only and use Remote Assistance or Communicator to share screen.
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Reduced Hardware Acceleration to None in Display Properties.
Things worked out :)
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Reduced Hardware Acceleration to None in Display Properties.
Things worked out :)
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