I have win xp. When i have bought my pc it runs so much faster as compared on this days. I am getting much problems with my pc. Now a days run dll problem is accuring and many more problems are there, I have bored with my pc. Should i format my pc? Is to format is the best way to solve pc problems? I don't have a bootable cd so how can i get it e.g. from any website. I wanted to update my graphics so with the intel graphic's cd can i update my driver? Which are the best softwares to maintain win. xp and security of pc?
Help me please.
Thanks in advance
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Re: wanted solution of pc problems
Few tips for you buddy
1. Get Winpatrol its free remove useless programs from startup and delayed startups.
2. When your pc is login in and desktop just popping up press control alt del and go to process right click on explorer and click end process tree then click on first tab and wait for 1 minute. Click new task type explorer in popup and ok. Now check your pc speed.
3. Get avg 8.5 obviously free its effective.
4. go to search type *.tmp and search for the whole computer including hidden and system folder when it is finished simply select all files by control A and press shift plus delete.
5. Defragment your pc.
6. Remove whatever useless programs you have specially norton if you are having.
7. Dont forget to vote me you will fall in love with your pc once again after doing these.
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Of cource supports but work slower then 2000, After install change theme into Windows Classic, then right click MY Computer> properties>Advanced and change perfomance settings to "Adjast for best perfomance" and it will work normal but if you want xp with visual effects it will slow down and make pauses during work.
You can make the Vista a bit faster by turning off some services which you don't use, using a good antivirus software which is also light on the system. Also, you can add more RAM. Then when Windows 7 is released, you can install that. Windows 7 is faster and better compared to Vista.
Hope this helps. For more assistance please reply. Thanks.
Are you downgrading from Vista to XP? Chances are, if you have Vista and want to roll back to XP, you should be able to find the necessary drivers. You can go to Microsoft's website to check compatibility with your drivers.
Windows 95 uses the FAT 32 system and uses a boot-up partition that will not recognize a windows xp default system install that uses the NTFS system. You can do it the other way around though, if XP is installed first, or another drive you have with XP on it is the first drive set to boot in your BIOS XP will recognize WIN 95 on its FAT 32 partition and either let you boot from that partition when you first start up your computer or when in XP right clicking a WIN 95 application and setting its properties to run as a Win 95 environment. Solution I would use if I were you would be to download Microsoft's free Virtual PC application from their website and run a full version of WIN 95 in its own virtual environment. Win 95 will run about 10 times faster than it ever would on its own partion if run under XP.
Your PC isn't really old at 8 months. Most systems can be upgraded with more memory, a faster processor, larger hard drive, new hardware, and the list goes on. Are you running Windows XP? Windows Vista, is the latest OS from Microsoft, but I understand that XP is still supported. I guess the short answer would be to ask yourself: does it do what you need it to do? For example, I upgraded from my previous PC when I decided to do more stuff with DVD editing, and my old PC was a bit too slow to handle the higher speeds needed for editing video files to DVD's. You might as mentioned ealier in my post inquire about upgrading your PC instead. Figure out the costs, and then compare the costs with those of just buying a new PC. Then after comparing both options make your decision based on what you feel best meets your needs. PS: I still run Windows ME on an Intel Celeron 750 mhz laptop; for what I use it for it still works okay...BNG