Question about Dell Inspiron 6400 Notebook
I run Windows XP on my system. I formated my HD 4 Times and reinstaled Windows XP 4 different times. My whole system runs slow. I click on a program and it takes 5 min. to boot up. I currently having 100% CPU Usage. I currently have no programs or softawre on my computer. The only things i have is the Drivers that a Dell. Tec. Support agent told me to install. I replaced the Hard Drive and i relaced the Video Card. I also replaced my Wireless PCI card. I don't want to replace the Processor or the MB yet cause that is BIG Bucks. I also Ran the 32-Bit Diognostics test from my Dimension Resource CD. It came back saying that i have no Cache.
Error Code: 0700:0120 No ache Detected. Cache might be defective or not present.
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Please help me I live off the computer.
Thanks in advanced,
The cache is nothing more than a file on the hard drive, if it is missing Windows automatically creates it. If it was corrupt, formatting would have gotten rid of it. Try booting in safe mode (and afterwards safe mode with networking) to see if you have the same problem. This could also be a hardware issue, remove any cards that have been added (including video, I assume it has an onboard chip) and see if it helps. If any of this helps, it gives us the info to fixed it permanently.
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
it's memary related problem if yr all setting is ok then just test replaced yr RAM then chek it.. and first of all try 1 thing... u have to chek CASHE memory status on yr bios whitch is in advanced settings u have to chek fisical cash and cpu cash mem is ENABLE or not.. if yr pc has inter cash mem problem u need to change yr mother board it's bad but tru otherwise try to change yr RAM then try... It's Help u...:)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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