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Try running a disc cleanup and then defrag. They should be located in your control panel under the maintenance & performance tab. Doing this regularily will help keep your system running smooth. Hope this helps.
You probably need an OEM version of XP...not that IBM version. If you buy an OEM version, you can use it many computers. A real XP disc will partition, format, and delete partitions on any functioning Hard drive. Don't buy a recovery disc, please. That just sounds WRONG.
A cheaper solution might be a new Hard Drive...but I don't trust your IBM version of XP.
if it's bios virus make a new flash update and if it software virus so u need to to resize your c:\ drive (use partition magic) and make a small 2 or 4 giga partition and install windows xp and with parttion magic hide other partitions and install a strong antivirus and then unhide ur partitions and scan (ahmed ghoniem)