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SLOW TOSHIBA Laptop

I have a Toshiba laptop l20/l25. SLOW...SLOw...SLOW. Green hard drive light on almost all the time. When not, it speeds up. What can I do to fix?Thabks, Dan

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  • danaugust_sr Mar 03, 2009

    I do that everyday, but it does no good, or little good.

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In ur laptop right click the C: and click properties ,then select disk cleanup follow the instruction and delete the unwanted files like temp files, cookies ,etc and ur system will increase its speed

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Install a turbo for your laptop. Let your not book start within 30 seconds. Start your game or software within 10 seconds. We install it for all my Lenovo, Macbook pro and Toshiba laptops following the tutorial. It make me mad before I install it.

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Try defragmenting it by clicking start>all programs>accessories>system tools>Disk Defragmenter

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Uninstall antivirus, then run ccleaner, prefetch. That will make fast.

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