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Constantly running at 100%, have had a few disk check scans in a couple days, lots of lag even when opening the start menu, no bugs/viruses. imgurcom/bSyyBwE
Try doing a cleanup.
defrag and disk cleanup will help plus get rid of stuff you dont need anymore.
plus you can clean out your prefetch folder plus your temp folder.
this should help you out a bit.
Posted on Dec 23, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: DVD Rom Drawer
This is a sure sign that the drive is faulty or the ide connection. Try a different ide connector from the other ide cable in your computer if you are able.
Posted on Feb 05, 2007
SOURCE: Computer runs slow
face the same problem too! It's really irritating. When it gets real bad,
what I do is just run a <a href="http://www.pcaholic.com">
computer check up</a>. That usually does the trick in solving all these
issues. You might want to give it a try too, i believe its free at <a
Posted on Apr 21, 2008
SOURCE: system reboot
1 Turn off the PC. If necessary, press and hold the On button until the PC turns off.
2 Disconnect all peripheral devices from the PC except the monitor, the keyboard,
and the mouse.
3 Press the On button to turn the PC on.
4 During the startup, do the following to enter the System Recovery program:
When the blue screen with the HP Invent logo appears, press the F10 key on
the keyboard. (You have only a few seconds to press the F10 key before the
normal startup process continues.)
5 The PC starts the recovery; wait for the onscreen instructions to display, and
then follow those instructions.Please select non destructive recovery which will make all your data safe.
6 Complete the PC startup, and finish the registration process. Then reconnect
all peripheral devices.
starting system recovery if the pc is not responding
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
SOURCE: Start up repair and recovery
Thank you for your response.
I finally did get it fixed yesterday with help from an Acer agent on the phone. I had to re-install the OS, and loose all my files, but none that I can't replace. The pop did sound electrical, but it hasn't done it since I've re-installed the OS. The computer is only around 8 months old, and I stild have a few months of the one year warranty left on it. Before it all happened I installed Windows Messenger Along with my Yahoo Messenger, and Was using a few registry cleaners, in which I may have accidentally deleted something in the registry. Anyhow, it is back to normal, and Im gonna be a little more careful with these registry cleaners, and as soon as I get the extra money, Im gonna get me an extra external drive.
Posted on Mar 17, 2009
Try entering safe mode and doing the virus scan:
Posted on May 18, 2009
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