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You an just re-install Windows, BUT you need a Windows installation CD and the matching product installation code. The Windows product installation code is printed on the Windows label on the bottom of the laptop. You also need to install the device drivers for this model laptop. You can download them from the laptop manufacturer's WEB site.
As Evesham ceased trading 2 yrs ago they don't have a website. Drivers are available from each of the individual component manufacturers websites.
Firsy you need to find out the make and model number of the motherboard, if the sound and video are intergrated all drivers will be available from the same site. Any cards slotted into the MoBo will have to be identified and drivers obtained separately.
It does not appear as if that motherboard is still available for purchase. The only thing I can tell you to do is contact that Manufacturer directly and see if they can replace it. This will likely be very expensive though.
The Voyager would have been even faster with more than the supplied 512MB of memory - you can't upgrade this yourself, but Evesham will supply 1GB as standard for an extra £89. http://www.evesham.com with the limmitted memory capacity, i would definitely turn off all unused open programs and services you dont need in windows. you may do this and realize you don't need more memory.
Needs a new bios battery. Mine lasted 6 months before giving up. However you can leave the laptop plugged into the mains power when computer is switched off and the date/time will be kept. Otherwise change the bios battery or reset the time each time you use it. I phone Evesham and they said that the bios battery is soldered to the chassis on this model and so would need to be returned to the factory for this to be replaced. Since Evesham are now defunct you would need to get a PC repair shop to replace the battery. Is easy to do.