I have a AcerPower FH P4 -- 100% CPU usage all the time prob...
I have a AcerPower FH P4 that is displaying 100% CPU usage all the time...It is extremely slow in spite of the fact that I have 2GB of RAM and the processor is 3.00ghz. I looked into the task manager and the memory allocation tab. It appears that Internet Explorer is using up about 35% of the CPU, even tho I don't even have it open. Can anyone help me with this problem?
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These kind of beeps usually is an identification for ram or cpu errors. I have to know your exact model of the computer and the kind of beeps (e.g. 1 short - 1 long or 2 shorts - 1 long or 1 short repeatly, don't worry there is no problem if your computer beeps for some seconds) in order to tell you if it's ram or cpu problem.
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You need to remove the front cover to get at the screws for the side panels, pull the front panel with a bit of force and it should come off allowing access to the side panel screws. Then slide the panels towards the front and they will come away.
hi, we have to know if your speakers are bad or if your just lack drivers. to do this, follow the below steps.
1. get an headphone, then play a song or something to see if you can hear it. if yes, then; your speakers a bad(burnt) and needs replacement.. if no, your need to get the sound driver for your system sound-card . so pls let me know your outcome. bye
it does sound like a boot virus problem. you need to boot into system restore. to boot from the restore partition you need to switch on your pc and repeatedly press either F10, F11, Alt+F10, or Alt+F11. you do this until you see the system restore starts. you will be able to fix windows, or you can do a desturctive restore and restore your pc back to factory settings, but you'll loose your photos and anything saved on the hard drive.