Question about Compaq Presario 700 470024-192 Notebook
I deleted a few files to free up some soace on my disc as recommended by Windows.After this when I vist a page and try to scroll down with either the mouse or Keyboard the page slowly goes down but a wave ripples through the screen and the whole process is very slow.I think it is something to do with the scroll lock key but not sure.I have tried to restore my computer to an earlier date before I deleted a few files but it will not allow me to go to a previous date.Can anyone help I am getting eye problems and headaches looking at this screen.Please help!
This can be caused from 3 different problems.
1. your hard drive is corrupt and the temporary memory or the system RAM is corrupting your video output.
2. Compressing files and deleting them may have caused your data to be accessed slower.
3. Your video card is dieing and needs to be replaced.
Replacing any of the hardware items listed above will not be worth it in comparison to buying a new PC. Plus it's most likely your old PC isn't going to work much longer if it's a Hardware Problem. If you don't have a lot of money and want a quality computer go to www.mindblowingidea.com/ComputerRescue to get a new PC. Anyway I'm sure you will get it figured out. If your afraid of Vista you should know Computer Rescue does not sell Vista. They sell XP and Linux.
Posted on Dec 10, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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