911alertme Posted January 24, 2007 Share Posted January 24, 2007 Well I thought it would be cool if I made an animated .gif my background. I pull up this .gif and managed to set it as my background. It worked but was really slow and I wanted to make it faster. So I pull up Task Manager and see what process is using my cpu. I right click it and change the priority to high (ya I know really stupid). I locked up my computer, had to restart it, and spent 15 minutes trying to get rid of it. I guess that what I get for trying it on this crap box with integrated graphics. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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