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Re: Hard to turn the wheel with the car running
Fords don't use Windows XP Pro. And your power steering unit is self-bleeding. All you need to do is refill the resovoir and hope for the best. It may have been damaged by running without fluid, if so it will be growling when you turn the wheel and probably leak. Find a pump at a salvage yard for the most cost effective fix.
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1.)Hold down the Ctl button and push the Alt key and delete button. 2.)Once you have Task Manager running click the Processes tab. 3.)Right-click and choose End Task on any extra software programs you don't need, and make sure you save and quit any other programs which are open and you don't need. 4.)That usually frees up alot of memory from bloatware (extra software you never even knew ran in the background of the computer and that you don't need). 5.)If you don't know which to close down, try them out, for sure you need to keep open explorer.exe because that's your computer. 6.)If that doesn't improve it much, run a disk clean-up by going into My Computer, Right-Click on your hard drive which has the game installed on it (normally drive C) and click the Disk Cleanup button under the General tab. 7.)Finally also under that properties window you can go to the Tools tab and do a disk defragmentation. 8.)Restart once its done, but down forget to close all the bloatware again from Task Manager.
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There are a few things to try.
1 run disk clean up.
2 run disk defragmentor
3 uninstall any programs your not using to free up space.
4 you may need to purchase some more ram or memory which will help the pc run faster.
The message simply means that there is no other way that you can do but to run a reformat to your laptop since you have already ran out of memory. If you make a partition with you hard drive you have your important stuff saved on the other side of the hard drive. You will be asked to save them while performing the reformat process.
EMPTY the cache
go to my I E open tools INternet properties delete all cookies and temp internet files Reboot that should speed you up
ALSo run Cleaner in your PC
Programs/accessories/system tools/ clean manager
willlet you delete allsorts of extraneous files Then reboot again .,,,faster ??YES
if it just do not start ...the problem may be the operating system that cached some issue...but if the problem is that the system keep on restarting itself on boot until starts...the problem is more then sure with the RAM memory ....I bet its gave some blue screen errors almost each time it wont start ..and said something about failing ...0000000and something like letters or a digit
anyway ..do not insist in ..just try t reinstall a clean os ..fromthe disc...and format in NTFS slow the partition windows will run ...and see if it fix the problem ...it may also be caused by a missing file that was deleted during the clean up ...( bug related) ...lets hope that s the issue ...cause if it is like I suspect ...you wil have to replace the ram memory
If you can make it to windows then go to start-run and type 'chkdsk' and hit enter. That will run check disk.
But I don't think that running a check disk will solve the problem, I am guessing that could be either a virus; because you tell me that norton went down at the same time your PC went down, in this case I recommend formating the drive; or it could be that your PC's cooler stopped working and the PC is overheating which causes an automatic shutdown to prevent the components from breaking down, in this case I recommend testing your PC's cooler and changing it if necessary.