Question about Dell Inspiron E1505 Notebook
Hello sir/mam, as i analyze you problem, there are several points that may cause these problem, 1. your hard drive might have bad sectors that at a point the heads of the hard drive have difficulties reading the information thus cuasing the sound and lag of screen to become distorted. so i suggest you regularly scan for bad sectors. 2. its a long shot, it may be your software, you have to reinstall the porgram where you saw the lag. if every thing else fails, if its not a hassle, reinstall your OS and work with a fresh copy of programs on your laptop. if you have anymore questions, let me know. thanks
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
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