Question about Microsoft Windows Server Standard 2003 for PC
I have my pc which about 4 years old, Microsoft XP OS, with 10gig hard drive. at first its runs good but i have changes in my set up then its so slow now.. please help
Without knowing what changes you made, it is hard to solve your problem.
If all you have changed is software, run a system restore back to before you made the changes.
Click Start > Programs > Accessories > System Tools and select System Restore.
Follow the prompts and select a bold date prior to the changes you made. After rebooting, you should be back to normal.
If you made hardware changes, undue them if you can.
Also, a 10 GB drive is tiny by today's standards for XP. If you can afford it a larger drive (minimum 40 GB) would not only give more space, but the newer and larger drives run much much faster.
Let me know if you need advice on getting a new drive or if the system restore does not solve the problem. Also, if you need more help, provide *all* the details of what you changed.
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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