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I want to upgrade my laptop. it speed is very poor and take much time to do searching

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Best bet would be to add more memory then... what make and model is your laptop ?

Also you might want to download a free program called spybot s&d
great for removing spyware which may be slowing your computer down.

Robert

Posted on Jan 16, 2009

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When i turn on its taking time to get my disk that is my proplem


the best way is to upgrade ur PC , or format your harddisk or apply this settings as follows ===
Speed Up Windows 7 Boot Up Time Don't Try This To Make Windows 7 Faster:
Try ReadyBoost:
  • 1. Speed Up Windows 7 Using ReadyBoost
  • 2. Check ReadyBoost
  • 3. Speed test your SD Card, CF Card, Flash Drive, HDD
Speed Up Windows 7 BootUpdate 04/21: This tweak does not seem to have great effects on your boot time. Instead use a startup programs manager for Windows 7 and remove as many startup programs as you possibly can.
Do you have a dual-core or quad-core processor? Great, let's lower the boot time of Windows 7:
1. Click on Start, enter "msconfig" into the search field
2. Open the "boot" tab
3. Click on Advanced
4. Check "Number of proccessors" and select "2′ or "4′ from the dropdown menu. (obviously, you can only select it if you have a dual-core/quad-core).
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Speed Up Windows 7 Boot
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Speed up Windows 7: Change Taskbar Thumbnail Preview Time1. Click on Start, enter "regedit" into the search field.
2. Goto: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Mouse
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Speed Up Windows 7 Taskbar Thumbnail Preview
3. Double-click on "MouseHoverTime" and change the value to 100 or lower:
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Change the mouse hover time to 100 or lower
4. Voilà, your thumbnail previews should appear a lot faster now. For another great tweak to speed up the Windows 7 taskbar, click here.
Speed Up Windows 7 Shutdown Time1. Open the registry editor (enter regedit into search field)
2. Go to "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control"
3. Lower the value (12000 is the default value = 12 seconds) to a value of your choice
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Speed Up Windows 7 Shutdown
Speed Up Application Access - Increase your productivityFirst of all create a folder "QuickStart" somewhere on your PC. Right-click on your taskbar:
toolbar.jpgLocate the folder "QuickStart" (you just created the folder so yo should know where it is) and then click "Ok". You are almost done, but we don't want that ugly text on our taskbar that is using a lot of space, turn it off:

texttitle.jpgRight-click on the new toolbar and uncheck "Show Text" and "Show Title"! Now drag the toolbar to the left until it's below the main icons and you will have something like this:
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Sep 01, 2011 | Acer PC Desktops

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IBM S51 (8210-CTO) gives high revs on the fan


This model has a variable speed fan, if gets faster as the temp goes up in the case.

If it is staying on high RPM all the time you may have a temp issue.

I would clear out all dust from inside that case, make sure to clear out the processor heat sync and see if that lets the fans drop back down to normal RPM.

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How do I change ram speed to from 533 to 667 to enable new faster memory?


Before changing to faster RAM, you must first make sure your computer can handle the faster. Motherboard manufacturers, particularly the ones supplying motherboards for consumer desktops/laptops restrict the speed and total amount of RAM those computers can have installed.
To verify what limits your desktop has, the easiest way is to visit the website below and have it check your system.
http://www.crucial.com
It will list what you currently have installed and what your maximum upgradability is.
1. Check the box to accept the terms of service and click on "Download The Scanner". 2. After the download, double-click the program to run the scan. 3. After the scan is complete, it will open a browser window to display what memory is currently installed, the size, speed and of course, what is the limit your system can hold.
In the event that your system is not capable of running RAM that has been certified to run at higher speeds, it is not advisable to install the higher speed RAM as your desktop/laptop will not run at the higher, but rather the system will "underclock" (run at the slower speed) itself in order to utilize the RAM and maintain stability.

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Constant restarts after upgrading memory to 512 on 300 gateway


The first place i would look -- check the new memory, make sure its the correct type and voltage for your motherboard. Next, check to make sure your ram are both the same speed, voltage , etc. some motherboards are picky about memory types and some require that paired memory be installed.
Reseat (remove and replace) the memory in it's slot, poorly seated memory can cause restarts or no-starts. try these and post again here if you need further assistance.
Regards

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Radio programmes keep breaking up


Try choosing a slower buffer speed for the radio program (you should be able to choose right there on the site).

Also try updating Windows, your browsing program and your sound card drivers. New technologies come out all the time, and old programs may not be able to keep up with the broadcasts' demands.

Lastly, look for troubleshooting tips on the website you're accessing for that radio program; it may require you to tweak some ActiveX or browser settings (if so, they should walk you through it).

As always, RAM is the best poor man's upgrade. Just to be AVERAGE, in my humble opinion, one needs a minumum of 256MB. Add some if you don't have that. You'll really notice the difference.

Nov 09, 2008 | PC Desktops

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I bought a new laptop tried to install software for my all-in-one printer but the disk handles windows 98,me,2000,xp I have vista


Hi Stoney520, Use your search window and go to your model of Printer, eg, Hewlet Packare 1350 and click the search button. after you get to your appropriate printer manufacturer they will have upgrade software for Windows Vista. Its usually free because everybody upgrades.Good Luck.

Nov 04, 2008 | PC Desktops

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Poor video quality with windows movie maker


Windows movie maker is just a generic xp add on that I am sure was an after thought and never will give you good quality movies it does alright and should give acceptable results if you have a good graphics card and vga card but try useing nero to burn movies the burning speeds can be slowed right down to give exellent quality and if you just want a reasonable quality dvd you can turn the burn speed up to burn faster but you always sacrafice quality for speed on any dvd burning program unless you go get a profestional one and upgrade to much higher quality graphics and vga cards you also need a good deal of ram to

Jul 26, 2008 | PC Desktops

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Can I upgrade my Toshiba A105-S4011 CPU processor (solo Core T1300 processor)? What is it compatible to?


if you are looking for performance, you may want to start with the RAM first. It is DDR2 and that laptop is able to go up to a max of 4GB RAM. If that doesn't speed things up, consider getting a 7200RPM hard drive. Laptop processors rather difficult to upgrade. It will require disassembling the laptop completely and theres a good chance that something will be damaged in the process

Jul 15, 2008 | Toshiba PC Desktops

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Install memory upgrade


you need to find out what type of ram,and amount your motherboard takes (sd,ddr,ddr2,sod) and how many ram slots it has, the user manual of the mobo will tell you this information.if you dont have the manual search the net for it.
it is very easy physically on a desktop,you just push them in the slot ,taking note of the notches on the ram sticks,ensuring they lock down correctly,
note if you are using ddr2 you need to install in pairs to obtain the full speed of the ram,things can be a little more tricky on laptops as some are easy to get at, and others you need to remove the cover of the entire laptop.

good luck
Terry

Mar 09, 2008 | PC Desktops

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