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1. you may have too many start applications. Clean that by putting in a folder apps you don't need now. 2. defrag your HD 3. Increase RAM 4. clean history, dup. files and folders and clutter like temp files.
You can use CCleaner. This software is very handy and removes the junk and useless filesfrom your system. You can also defrag your Drive C. Simply right click on drive c, Properties>Tools>Defragment now...>Defragment. Hope this helped :)
Hi, there could be a few issues to resolve. 1. run a anti virus 2. download a free trojan removal tool and run it 3. go to control panel-add remove programs and remove anything you dont use/ need 4. run defrag, if you havent run defrag in a while, this will seriously slow up your pc
HARD DISK MAINTENANCE Harddisk maintenance should be carried once a month to make your computer runefficiently.Thisremoves redundant and temporary files, recovers disk space and speed up harddisk access.Disk Cleanup should be donefirst - Click My Computer - then right click on the C drive then click Properties,then click Disk Cleanup - let it examine the C drive then it will calculate theamount of disk space it will recover, tick all the boxes to recover themaximum disk space and then Click OK and then Yes to perform theseactions. If you have a D drive then repeat these steps on this drive too.Next the C drive needs tobe Defrag. This process converts fragmented filesinto continuous files and this speeds up disk access and makes the hard disknot work as hard. Click on Start - All Programs - Accessories - SystemTools - Disk Defragmenter - click to highlight the Cdrive and click Analyse - then click Defragment.When this is completedrepeat these steps for the D Drive if you have a D drive.Disk Cleanup and Defrag can take a long time to complete, especially ifthese tasks have not been for a long time.
There are other things you can do to restore the its performance : 1. delete all cookies 2. delete all temporary internet files (*.tmp) 3. Move most of MS office data in your OS directory to other directory including the data in your desktop 4. Defrag. your OS directory
Turn the computer off, remove the battery, make sure it is not plugged in to power, and hold the power button down for 10 seconds. Wait about a minute before re-installing the battery. If it does it again, hold F10 while the computer is turning on, this should bring you to the "boot select" menu, use the arrows on the keyboard and select "start windows normally" instead of "resume windows". When you get it started up run "Defrag" to prevent this from happening again.
When windows hibernates it saves everything in the ram to a "swap file" on the hard disc. Sometimes hard disc's get "bad sectors", this is considered wear and tear, it happens eventually to all drives. It sounds like there is a bad sector on your disc where the swap file is stored, so you have to start windows without using that part of the disc, then by running defrag the computer will find the bad sector and remember not to use it anymore.
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