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I have a dell latitude e6400 it runs slow - Dell Latitude E6400/ 6400 ATG Laptops / Precision M2400/ M6400 Mobil... DVD Drive

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  • michael auza Apr 22, 2015

    if there is some clicking noise of laptop hardirve, maybe you should replace your hardrive first.

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Hi, try to decrease your file first. then reset the bios settings. when the laptop booting just press the delete or F1. it defend on what laptops says, then go to boot section just reset to default value and save then press F10. done, your laptop will run good.

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The more you have on your hard drive, the slower your computer will be.
remove and delete any program/software you no longer use, or rarely use. Free 3rd party programs can help, download and use the FREE version of ccleaner, link below...

Malware, adware, spyware, and other garbage, will make your computer very sluggish as well... Use a scanner and cleaner to remove them.
https://www.piriform.com/ccleaner/download
a suite of scanning and cleaning is a good tool to use, like Iobits Advanced System Care 8.2 & it's FREE, there is a pro version that does more, but you have to pay for the Upgrade! The Free version works very well. Link below.


Advanced SystemCare Free

start with these two tools. They will help you out!
Good Luck.

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