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Have a problem with my portege

I have toshiba portege 2010
when i open every program, i look in windows task manager the usage memory is 100% and make my laptop very slow,
can someone help me please??

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Which version of windows please? In 98 and ME your Hard drives are NOT set to use DMA.. In Xp the power management has toggled the cpu speed down..
These ar the 2 easiest solutions..
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