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Hmmm, Well the virus protection slows the computer down more than any other program, as it is attached to everything in the system. Try these steps: Go to the start menu then to run and click on run. type in msconfig this will bring up the startup menu. Click on startup, then, Uncheck tools in start up menu( these items appear in the toolbar at the far lower right of the screen on the taskbar) that you don't absolutely need on startup. Select selective start up after deselect startup items. Click apply, a window will pop up that says windows startup has been changed. Select do not show this box again and then OK. Delete browsing history and cookies. Go to C:\ windows/ temp files/ and select all, then hit the delete key. Movies and pics and music take up a lot of disk space and can slow down you unit, so load your music and pics. on a disk or usb drive which is better for safekeeping anyway. Manage your add ons in the settings menu on you homepage, they will still be available but not active. Disable add ons, they slow down your unit. I would also run a complete scan of you computer, there is always a chance that you have a virus. Mke sure you update regularly, and I suggest the manual install so you don't get the extras that they add in. Also check and see if you have unwanted browsers or programs that you do not use and are not a vital component and delete or remove through add remove programs in the control panel. Good luck I hope this solves your problem. Please post a solved comment on fixya Let me know how you make out and please feel free to get back if you need more advice.
control panel-add and remove program(check if you got more then one antiwires on the computer, if yes then remove it) %temp% in run window, delet all temp files from it (if any pop up comes in while deleting it..just press skip) remove unwanted program or games or anything which you know but dont use it any more from the computer(add and remove program) try your connection in windows browser(try www.google.com inside the run window and see if its any faster, if it is then could be you browser, reset would help)
Try opening task manager (control, alt, delete) and stopping this program before you delete it. Subsequently, you can go to "My Computer" or "Computer" in Vista, then to your hard drive and delete the program from there. I've done this with many hard to remove programs, including spyware.
There are 2 ways to format an mp3 player - if you were formatting the mp3 player from "My Computer," then try reformatting from Windows Media Player instead - I have a "tips and tricks" entry on How to Format an Mp3 Player for details If that doesn't work, then double-click on My Computer, double-click on the Sansa player, and go to the various folders that it lists - music, voice, etc. Delete the songs ONLY - do not delete the dat, bat, ini, inf, or other system files
Try uninstalling the software and removing the camera from the usb port.
Reinstall the software and reconnect the cam in a different usb port.
If still not working try in a different pc to make sure the camera does not have a fault.
If it works in another pc then the camera is not compatable as can happen on some pc's and you will have to try a different make of camera.