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ok 1 of 2 possible problems audio driver fritzed or audio hard ware fritzed . find the gateway website for that comp find and download and reinstall audio driver if that don't fix it you can GET A AUDIO CARD TO FIT INTO A PCIE SLOT ON THE COMP and keep using comp
Stop using it. Bring it to a repair shop ASAP. You need your PSU replaced and if you keep using it you'll need your motherboard replaced as well. In fact if you keep using it you could burn all of your internal components out.
You may want to look into upgrading your RAM if there is less than 2GB installed. This is a recommendation that I have found in working with several PC's running this Operating System. Also, you would want to run disk clean up and remove any temporary files that Windows finds. Deleting any other temporary or unused files from your PC on a regular basis should increase system performance. In addition, if these steps do not solve your problem, you may want to consider upgrading to a faster performance hard drive (preferably a SATA II with a 32MB cache). As a last resort, you may look at your CPU to see if there is an upgrade for it, as well. Keep in mind that Vista is a resource hog and can slow down a PC within just a short period of time.
There are usually many possible problems. Sounds like you have low resources. Not enough RAM Or your processor is having problems. Depending on your OS, and or programs you are using. Freezing is a sign of a need to upgrade. Your pc is likely slow.
If this is not the issue, then you should provide more info.
Delete cookies, Temp files (Internet Explorer, Tools, Internet options) Run disk clean up (Start, All Programs, Accessories, system Tools) Run a scan with your antivirus software. Remove any viruses found Run your anti spyware program. Remove any spyware found Run disk defragmenter (Start, All Programs, Accessories, system Tools)
Good morning caterer, Well, that's a pretty general question. It could be hardware, software or virus issues that we are dealing with. If you can give a little more detail an answer a few questions, chances are that we can find a fix for you! Is it slow all of the time, or only during the use of certain applications? What are you using for an anti-virus program and how often do you run it? Do you have a mal-ware program on your system? Have you done any housecleaning on your fixed disk? (Removal of old files, defrag, cleaned the registry and such) If you can please answer these questions and tell what you observe while it's running, that will give us a starting place. Will be waiting to hear back from you. Ron-