Question about Acer TravelMate 4100 Notebook
First, run a Anti Virus scan, then a Malware scan.
Avast AV is a good free version, and Malwarebytes is for malware/spyware.
Update both software packages, and disconnect from the Internet when you run them.
Second, run a checkdisk, and a defragment your 'C:\' drive.
Open 'My Computer', Right click on the 'C:' drive, choose properties, and click on the 'Tools' tab. Click on 'Check Now' in the 'Error-Checking' section. Check both boxes, and click 'Start'. A Window will open up; select 'Yes' and reboot the computer. This may take some time, depending on the size of your Hard drive. After the check is complete, it will start Windows.
In the 'Defragmentation' section, click 'Defragment Now'. Confirm that the 'C:' drive is highlighted, and click 'Defragment'.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
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