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Discussion in 'Tech Talk' started by okie, Aug 10, 2004.


  1. okie

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    Sunday I upgraded MusicMatch 8.3 to 9.0. Ever since my puter has been acting funny when I have MMJB playing. My puter is real slow now. Only
    when I have MMJB playing. Anyone else having problems? Can I go back to 8.3^8
     

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  2. sandboy6184

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    Control alt delete ---> task manager---> see whats eating up your resources and post here you wanker.
     

  3. okie

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    Just Opera and MMJB;P
     
  4. pesticidal

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    Eh?
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    Okie-
    Click the Processes tab and you can see more detail on what's taking up resources.
     
  5. Furant

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    I always hate when people respond to a "problems" thread with recommendations to change software, but here goes:;)

    You really ought to give MediaMonkey a look. I used MMJB for a couple of months before switching, and I am thrilled with every aspect of MediaMonkey over MMJB's bloatware.

    Joey

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  6. sandboy6184

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    Didnt I just say that? :soap:
     
  7. pesticidal

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    Not really. You told him hit alt-tab-delete, which brings up the Task Manager. You assume he knew what to do from there.
     
  8. okie

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    Thanks for the info everyone. jferrante I will look over MM and see what I think. I did a spyware check and deleted those that seemed to help a bunch;)
     
  9. pesticidal

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    I just d/l'd it. Looks pretty good. I've been running MusicMatch for quite a while, and you're right. It's getting pretty bloated.
     
  10. Furant

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    Cool. About 80% or so of the functionality is free, you have to upgrade to Gold for more advanced things like the File monitor (if you regularly edit tags, rename or move files, etc. from within a different app) or if you want to run some VB scripts on the database (that's pretty powerful).

    The forum (link on their main webpage) is also very helpful. I manage just over 5000 songs and swap out playlists for synchronizing with my iPod (using EphPod) on a regular basis.

    Glad to help.

    Joey
     
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