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Hp g6000 running very slow any suggestions. - HP Pavilion dv6000z Notebook

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  • damienmwhela Mar 09, 2009

    thanks for our help much appreciated

  • damienmwhela Mar 09, 2009

    thanks for our help much appreciated

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The HP g6000 slow issue can be caused by many many reasons such as outdated hardware, overload startup programs, corrupt registry issues, too many junks, virus attack, poor security software taking too much system resources, remnants of uninstalled applications etc. The fact is, you should keep some system maintenance job regularly. If you don't want to do these manually, try the solution http://www.speeduphp.com/fix-slow-hp.html to give a free & full scan of your slow HP PC to find & fix all possible issues.


Meanwhile, upgrading hardware configuration (add RAM, change a new video card, larger-volume HDD etc) can be a fast yet effective way to improve your pc performance.

Posted on Jun 20, 2012

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Create a new text file on your desktop and rename its extension from .txt to .bat
Right-click and edit the file, then paste the following text into it:

@ECHO OFF
COLOR 9F
MODE CON: COLS=80 LINES=25
CLS
ECHO --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ECHO ***Temporary **** Remover***
ECHO ********Version 1.2*********
ECHO Written by: Cory Schultze
ECHO --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ECHO.
ECHO.
ECHO.
ECHO ********************************************************************************
ECHO This batch file has been written to provide a hassle-free removal of all
ECHO unneccessary files in known locations of temporary data.
ECHO It has been tested on Windows XP and I promise it's harmless - The only things
ECHO you may notice are missing will be your browsing history and cookies. Meh...
ECHO ********************************************************************************
ECHO.
ECHO Please ensure you are not running Internet Explorer, any installations
ECHO or other services that may rely on temporary files.
ECHO.
PAUSE

:UsrOption
CLS
ECHO ***Temporary **** Remover***
ECHO Written by Cory Schultze
ECHO.
ECHO.
SET Choice=
SET /P Choice=Delete temporary files in the user's folder? Y/N/EXIT:
IF NOT '%Choice%'=='' SET Choice=%Choice:~0,1%
IF /I '%Choice%'=='Y' GOTO UsrTempFiles
IF /I '%Choice%'=='N' GOTO WinOption
IF /I '%Choice%'=='EXIT' GOTO End
ECHO Please select a valid option! Press ENTER to continue:
GOTO UsrOption


:WinOption
CLS
ECHO ***Temporary **** Remover***
ECHO Written by Cory Schultze
ECHO.
ECHO.
SET Choice=
SET /P Choice=Delete temporary files in the Windows folder? Y/N/EXIT:
IF NOT '%Choice%'=='' SET Choice=%Choice:~0,1%
IF /I '%Choice%'=='Y' GOTO WinTempFiles
IF /I '%Choice%'=='N' GOTO End
IF /I '%Choice%'=='EXIT' GOTO End
ECHO Please select a valid option! Press ENTER to continue:
GOTO WinOption
:UsrTempFiles
ECHO Deleting temporary files from "%UserProfile%"...
DEL /s "%userprofile%\Cookies\*.*"
DEL /s "%userprofile%\Local Settings\Temp\*.*"
IFEXIST "%userprofile%\Local Settings\History\History.IE5" GOTO HistoryIE5
DEL /s "%userprofile%\Local Settings\History\*.*"
:TempInternet
IFEXIST "%UserProfile%\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\Content.IE5" GOTO ContentIE5
DEL /s "%userprofile%\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\*.*"
GOTO UsrComplete
:HistoryIE5
DEL /s "%userprofile%\Local Settings\History\History.IE5\*.*"
GOTO TempInternet
:ContentIE5
DEL /s "%UserProfile%\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\Content.IE5\*.*"
:UsrComplete
CLS
ECHO.
ECHO.
ECHO.
ECHO All temporary files in the "%UserProfile%"
ECHO folder were deleted successfully.
PAUSE
GOTO WinOption
:WinTempFiles
ECHO Deleting temporary files from "%SystemRoot%"...
DEL /s "%SystemRoot%\Temp\*.*"
RD /s /q "%SystemRoot%\$NtServicePackUninstall$"
FOR /f "delims=" %%a in ('dir/ad/b %systemroot%\$NtUninstall*') do (rd /s /q "%systemroot%\%%a")
CLS
ECHO.
ECHO.
ECHO.
ECHO All temporary files in the "%SystemRoot%"
ECHO drive were deleted successfully.
PAUSE
GOTO End

:End
CLS
PAUSE
EXIT




Save and close the file and run it.


Another thing you may wish to do is to remove any unwanted programs like “Assistants”, “Helpers”, “Toolbars”, “Optimisers”, Demos, Trials, Old versions or updates (especially for Java) and useless programs.

Additionally, you can do the following:
Click “Start” > “Run” and type “Services.msc” (Without the quotes).
Right-click and select “Properties”, then disable and stop the following services (If they exist):
Apple Mobile Device Updater
Help And Support
iTunes Helper
Java Quick Starter
System Event Notification

An advanced performance optimisation is the following:
Click “Start” > “Run” and type “Regedit” (Without the quotes).
Browse to HKLM (Local Machine) > Software > Microsoft > Windows > Current Version > Run
Delete any items which don’t pertain to your antivirus or devices/applications necessary at startup. Typical things to delete are:
Adobe Reader Speed Launcher
Apple (Anything – it’s all useless)
Sun Java Update Scheduler
QuickTime Task Tray

Posted on May 14, 2009

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Try different ac charger

Posted on May 04, 2009

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Back up your files and restore the system using the built-in restore function.

That's the easiest and smartest way to fix your system.

Posted on Mar 09, 2009

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