My internet gettin slower n' yahoomail suspect being hacked
Hi to all seems after formatting my windows xp my internet seems like choosing the website some are slow, some are normal and rite now my yahoomail always fail to forward mail and suddenly comes up with chat window although i do nothing, by the way the person on the window chat offline already when i shut it off, after a few minutes it happen again whats the solution with my both prob
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Re: my internet gettin slower n' yahoomail suspect being...
Your computer might be infected by a virus. try to scan and remove the viruses. or you can also check your ip address from www.spamhaus.org if you are listed. then delist your ip. there's an instruction there.
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It seems that you are selecting the quick format option when installing Windows XP. Try running the XP setup again and choose the option to format the hard drive with the NTFS option, but use the standard option & NOT the "quick" option. Let me know if this solves the problem.
before you format your hard disk, make sure you have saved all important files that you like to keep on an external drive, for example a USB Stick. Formatting your hard disk will destroy all data.
If you want to format and reinstall Windows XP do the following:
Insert your Windows XP CD.
Restart your computer.
Your computer should then automatically start from the CD and show the Windows XP Setup.
In Windows Setup you can choose the partition on which you want to install Windows. There you can also format the partition, before installation. To do this, just follow the directions that are shown.
ok lsn, first u need to used another computer to change ur password and this time try to make it a hard one mix it with all kind of letters like: @WSom3 in stied of awesome...etc , use small, capital, signs...etc, BUT DO IT FROM ANOTHER COMPUTER,
second u have to format ur current PC cuz it seems like u have downloaded a hack software by mistake, i had this thing once after downloading a porn game looooooooooooooooooooooooooooooool
OK get into system BIOS, prees DEL. F2, or whatever your key is. Set in the BIOS to Boot the DVD FIRST, Then insert you DVD, Boot off your Windows DVD, & install from, the DVD, go through the setup to where it asks you if you wish to FORMAT, choose FULL NTFS Format and let it complete, then proceed with the install, done.
Reinstalling Windows XP on an Acer Aspire 3000 is fairly straightforward. You may need to reinstall Windows XP due to hardware failure, a virus infection, major hardware changes or a hard drive upgrade. Whatever the reason, you can do the reinstall yourself at home. The reinstall will take anywhere from 1 1/2 to 3 hours, depending on the size of your hard drive. Be aware that reinstalling Windows XP will format your hard drive, getting rid of all data on, so you'll want to back it all up on a media device.
Back up all data on your computer before reinstalling.
Insert the Windows XP disk and restart your computer.
Press any key when prompted to begin running the disk.
Press F8 to agree to the terms of service.
Choose the partition you want to reinstall Windows XP on. This is usually "C:" for most users.
Choose the type of format. You can choose either "Quick" or "Full" for NTFS systems. A quick format only takes a few minutes less than the full format.
Wait for the format to complete. The Windows XP installation wizard will begin. You will be asked to choose your time zone, computer name, and to input any network information. Otherwise, the reinstall will run by itself.