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Need help computer is running slow went to help and suppot center windows xp professional total care and it said network adapter failed

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    thank you i did that i am surfing but i can work and when i attend my class it take a very long time to go to different pages

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Well..that may or may not be the case..when a network adapter fails, it shuts down completely..

you know about using disk clean and defrag (under programs/accessories/system tools)?

or you can schedule a tune up through this link

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