I have a MIS KM4M motherboard with 2GB of ram and my computer is
running slow. I due have McAfee runing for security program and a 250MB
partition hard drive with windows xp. What can I due to speed up my
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Re: Computer running slow
Remove unnecessary items from the start menu. To do this type "msconfig" in the "run" box and hit enter. Choose selective startup and uncheck all of the programs that you do not need to load every time you start your computer. This will make the computer start more quickly and efficiently. DO NOT uncheck items that you do not recognize. This could cause you computer to run improperly.
Slow with programs or slow online? Try holding ctrl+alt+del and click on the performance tab to see how much available memory you have. You possibly could be infected. Try AVG free virus software. It finds them when others dont.
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you might have too many programs running at the time you are playing your mkv files scroll to lower toolbar (bottom of screen) right click select task manager select applications also under processes if you see something running that you dont need runing select end now you might have a virus slowing your computer you might uninstall some unnecessary programs and add more ram hope this will help you
you might have to many programs running at the same time putting to much strain on the CPU central processing unit scroll to bottom toolbar (bottom of screen) right click select task manager select applications also processes if you see something running that does not have to be running select end now you might have a virus slowing your computer or you might want to uninstall a few unecessary programs also not enough computer RAM you might need to install more ram to see how much random access memory RAM you have click start right click on my computer you should see all computer information including your RAM hope this helps you
This motherboard can support up to 2 GIG of RAM and upgrading the RAM will definitely increase the speed of your computer, to make faster also better remove some program that you don't use to free some resources on your computer and do a defrag on your computer.
Make sure you have enough Ram. Then check for viruses.
This actually sound like the Rogue Virus. This Virus normally corrupts your computer. You probably will need to do a Reformat. Be sure and do a Back-up First., because you will loose everything.
If you know how to do a back-up, save all your documents, pictures and music. If not take it to a reputable computer shop to take of this. There will be a slight charge, but they will save all your important data.
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There are alot of $ anti-virus and Internet security programs out there-ie: Norton, McAfee, Panda, Bitdefender. If you would like to pay $ then get ***Kaspersky***-- 2010 , I feel that is the best for your money.
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if you know the make and model number of the memory sticks you will need to contact the manufacturer to find the voltage specifications so you can adjust the bios accordingly. Or do a google search with the model number and make of the memory stick for voltage details