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Check for virus as they are one of the causes to make the computer run slow.
Along with that clean your disc of unwanted files, temporary internet files, cookies and unwanted/idle programms.
Also de-fragment the disc.
Go to www.download.com in the search box put in Revo Uninstaller, download the file and run the installer. When you activate Revo, it will list all installations, choose the program you want to delete, and double click it. Choose "Advanced" for the removal procedure. Revo will trigger the programs uninstaller, go through the steps of uninstalling except, do not reboot until Revo is through. Once the programs uninstaller is done, Revo will now search the registry and app. data for additional files. When it finds other files it will list them, select all and delete all it finds. If you need to reboot now to complete deletion of any additional files, then now is the time.
This can happen for several reasons :
1 - Multiple applications running in the backgroud (Antivirus / Spyware etc...)
2 - Internet activity, slowing the processor.
3 - Lack of space / Poor fragmented drive.
4 - Drivers may be corrupted
1 - Close any 'unwanted / redundant applications when playing with videos.
2 - Disconnect ethernet or wireless when creating videos.
3 - Make space on the Harddrive (you will need 'double' the space of the video, as atemprary version is normally created first - A 30minute video ideally will require a minimum of 500meg to 1gig of space just to start with.
4 - Re-install your web-cam drivers
my inspiron says that it has bluetooth but it is not there. you can obtain the blue tooth drivers from dell. another way is to log onto the the dell website, got to support enter your service tag on the bottom of pc and it will tell you what is in your pc. there you will find out if it has BT or not.