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    PC running on Windows Vista slows down while Photo Gallery displays TIFF image

    I have downloaded TIFF image to my PC running on Windows Vista and it is stored on Photo Gallery. When I try to display that image on Photo Gallery, it does not fit into one page. Major issue is that the display does slow down my PC. How can I resolve this issue?



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    expert Array
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    Re: PC running on Windows Vista slows down while Photo Gallery displays TIFF image

    You can avoid this issue by disabling pre-caching in Windows photo gallery. For that, you should first click on the ‘Start’ button and then on ‘Run’ option. After that, you should type regedit on the given field and then on ‘OK’ option. You should type the password or click on ‘Continue’ option afterwards, if prompted. You can then view ‘Registry Editor’ window on your screen. You should then locate the registry sub key HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows Photo Gallery\Viewer by simply expanding the ‘+’ sign along with each option. After clicking on the ‘Viewer’ option, you should click on the ‘Edit’ menu and point to ‘New’ option. Then, you should click on ‘DWORD Value’ and type Cache Size on the given field. You can view CacheSize icon on the registry window by pressing the ‘Enter’ key thereafter. You should right-click on the ‘CacheSize’ and click on the ‘Modify’ option available. You should then type 0 in the Value data box and click on the ‘OK’ option. After that, you should exit the Registry Editor and check whether the issue get resolved or not.

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    Re: PC running on Windows Vista slows down while Photo Gallery displays TIFF image



    dear friend,

    check your RAM-has it enough space to run vista!

    if yes then you may also follow these steps to avoid the problem.

    you have to disable pre-caching in windows photo gallery.

    open the run tab by pressing windows+R key together.

    type regedit on the blank field & press enter.

    proceed to registry window.

    locate the registry sub key HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows Photo Gallery\Viewer by click on the + sign along with each option.

    click on the viewer option, select the edit menu & point to new option.

    click on DROWD value & type cachesize on the blank field.

    you'll see cachesize icon on the registry window by pressing the ‘Enter’ key thereafter.

    right click on it & select the modify option.

    type 0 in the value data box & press enter.

    restart you computer to make reflect the changes.

    all-the-best.jpg

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    Re: PC running on Windows Vista slows down while Photo Gallery displays TIFF image

    this problem is so common when you have precaching issue in your system. By this system may use too many resources to perform a task.

    you can download FIX IT officially from windows support by clicking below link

    http://go.microsoft.com/?linkid=9726...pointid=MATSKB

    after downloading, save it. double click it
    install it.
    restart your system.
    your problem is solved.

    happy to assist you

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    Re: PC running on Windows Vista slows down while Photo Gallery displays TIFF image

    Hello
    Dear Friend……………………….
    ………….……..Please follow these steps for removing this problem I hope these steps will help you ………...
    ………….Due to virus or any other infected system file.
    ……………….One of the installed software make this kind of issue.
    ………………..Windows Vista OS does not install fully into your system.
    …………………….Installing OS has some corrupt file
    ...........................Firstly make sure that your internetconnection is correct and work fine.
    .......................................andconnect it online for update
    .......................Scanyour computer with good quality of antivirus.
    ......................Antivirusscanning will fix virus file and make your system workable.
    .......................Findthe software that make this kind of issue.
    ........................Uninstallthat and install again
    .......................Goto Windows recovery mode and recover your Windows vista OS.
    ................Ifyou still have that problem than re install windows vista into your system.


    I hope these steps will provide a help for getting solution of this problem
    …………………..thank you friend……………..


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