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ssd and ram upgrade made system slower?

Probably a driver issue due to the fresh install. Did you run Windows update yet? Maybe manually install the latest intel hd graphics driver also.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

hi, recently upgraded my grandpa's laptop, was running intel celeron N3350, 1tb hdd, intel hd graphics and 4gb ddr3l
upgraded ram to 8gb ddr3l and 120gb ssd, fresh install of windows 10 64 bit

he usually plays some facebook games and looks on google earth, it used to boot very slow but would run programs like google earth smoothly.

after the upgrade google earth seems to lagg alot, even after a fast boot, windows laggs quite abit, what would be the cause? im confused.

 

edit: ran HD tune error test, all green, running windows memory test right now, lets see.

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Probably a driver issue due to the fresh install. Did you run Windows update yet? Maybe manually install the latest intel hd graphics driver also.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
30 minutes ago, Sjaakie said:

Probably a driver issue due to the fresh install. Did you run Windows update yet? Maybe manually install the latest intel hd graphics driver also.

will try, but i did use d river booster 7

 

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What ssd is it you're using? And did you check if the graphics-driver is installed correctly and updated? Are all hardware-devices identified correctly and the respective drivers have been installed as well? Was the machine already running Windows 10 previous to the upgrade?

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It’s your cpu.


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Perhaps Chrome needs to have accelerated graphics turned on?


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Posted · Original PosterOP

problem fixed, updated intel integrated graphics driver, thanks :)

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Posted · Original PosterOP
On 1/24/2020 at 3:06 PM, Stu_Bear said:

What OS did it have before?  Win 7 ?  

came with win10

 

On 1/24/2020 at 2:49 PM, nick name said:

Perhaps Chrome needs to have accelerated graphics turned on?

wasnt the problem

 

On 1/24/2020 at 2:47 PM, NumLock21 said:

It’s your cpu.

its the cpus igpu drivers :)

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On 1/24/2020 at 10:19 AM, Sir0Tek said:

What ssd is it you're using? And did you check if the graphics-driver is installed correctly and updated? Are all hardware-devices identified correctly and the respective drivers have been installed as well? Was the machine already running Windows 10 previous to the upgrade?

120gb kingston ssd sata, updated igpu drivers and that fixed it, yes, and yes

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