Question about HP Pavilion a830n (PP166AA#ABA) PC Desktop
Not virus or spyware, I use nod32 anti-virus and spysweeper both come up clean.Im thinking its either bad Ram or a problem with the motherboard cause a repair guy once told me I have a swollen transistor but im not convinced of that just yet.Gonna try the windows diagnistic tool later.thanks for the suggestion though.
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
Try running a virus scan using AVG(cuz it's free) and use CCleaner (also free) found by googling avgfree and ccleaner. antivirus will kill any possible infection and ccleaner will clean out any **** slowing it down .
Posted on Nov 16, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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