Question about Sony VAIO PCG-K35 Notebook
First of all increase your RAM size atleast to 1 GB(recommended 2 GB).... Working on XP withe less than 512 MB will mak yr Core 2 duo machine behave as P1 (forget abt Vista...).. if even after incresn yr memory yr machine dusnt boost up try reformatting yr machine n install sum gud anti spyware .. try IOBIT`s products.... provides gud support....
Posted on Apr 12, 2009
It most likely is not your processor as processors tend to either function or fail. Most everthing you install seems to feel a need to install start-up programs on your computer. This causes for a slow start-up. Try a cleaner (NOT one of those flashy pop-ups that claim to fix your computer). CCleaner is a pretty good one. Clean yor registry. Also, different OS's have tools to optimize your startup as well. Check your tools.
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
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