Question about Intel Core i5 Processor i5760 8MB LGA1156 CPU OEM BV80605001908AN
4 hard **** included with 3500 gb of space
Posted by Anonymous on
The symptom you describe is too vague, but you can try the following tune-up procedures. First, download and install and run Malwarebytes free version. This will root out any bad stuff/malware/virus. Next, download and install the excellent free utility program called CCleaner from Majorgeeks.com or Download.CNET.com. Run CCleaner to remove tons of junk files that may be slowing your computer. Next, if you have a regular spinning hard drive, run Defragmenter in Windows. Be patient with all of these tune-ups i've mentioned - they may take a while! Next, if your computer has less than 4GB of RAM memory consider adding more memory. Finally, give your system a serious speed boost by adding an SSD (solid state drive). These days you can buy a 240GB SSD for as little as $89 or a 120GB SSD for around $69. Use free software from the SSD maker's website to "clone" your tuned-up Windows onto the new SSD. Keep the old drive for storing data or for installing programs that you don't use often or that won't fit onto the SSD. Then prepare to be amazed at how responsive your system is.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have to assume the sound is derived from the mother board. We'll need the Manufacturer of the motherboard (not the chips) i.e. Intel, Assus etc. and the model # which should be printed very close to the manufacturers name.
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
its always safe to have data backed up
u can swap the HDD
but bootup with the Win2K CD in the Drive and after the files are loaded at the first screen select install then after it detects the OS select R (Repair) and this will reinstall the operating system files and then you can use the system as before though u may have to install the device drivers and motherboard drivers
for any other clarifications u can place a comment in the same question or u can mail me at email@example.com
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
You need to find the motherboard manual with all the specifications in
to find out what type to use.
Also note: There's no point putting more than 4 gig in if you only have Windows 32 bit.
Posted on Jan 30, 2012
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