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CPU Speed too slow

I have problem with cpu speed. i have a pentim 4(M) 2 Ghz but now it works with 770 mhz. (if u click with the right click on My Computer: Pentium 4(M) CPU 2.00GHz
770 MHz, 512 MB of RAM
and i dont have any idea why that. i cant work with anything with 770 mhz, too slow.
what should i do to have back 2 Ghz of speed?
Thank u, Sonny

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  • Sonny_01 Mar 25, 2008

    i have to u use all 3 antivirus (avast,quick heal ,symantec) or just 1 of them?

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Hi
your sys is really so good.
check in task manager identify some unknown proess .
they are virus.
clean all temp files.
disk cleanup run.
scan your sys with avast,quick heal ,symantec one bye obe with update definition in safe mode.

then u get some malware and viruses.
then delete it.
after that run chkdsk utiliity.
then defragmen all drive
now your sys really speed up.
best of luck my friend.

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