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you can but in my opinion you would be much happier if you got an External Hard drive for that purpose. it would take a lot of time, disks and guess work to do it with a disk. the external is like another hard drive that you can use as a back up for your important stuff and all pictures. most are USB connection so you plug it in, the computer sees it as another drive. you can just drag and drop anything to the new drive. best part is that when your computer dies, you still have all your info saved on the external. thats my thought on the subject
one other thing, i have had very good luck buying my parts from newegg.com and some times you can find them on amazon.com cheapr. but before you buy one check the reviews on the one you want. go to Google, type in the name and model of the one you are looking at and follow that with review then hit enter.
I would first clean the hard drive. A more then half full hdd will take much more time to read everything. Also, most anti virus will scan at the boot, i personnally disable boot scan, so i run a scan when needed. Try this to help make some cleaning and find the files you dont use anymore in a more visual way... If you still need more memory, i suggest you bring the box to your local computer part reseller (not big surface). One of the best way is to buy a new hdd 7200rpm, format and re-install everything. You have a cpl new driver backuping software to ease the installation like this. Let us know!
Your son probably deleted the drivers for your speakers. try search on the internet for the speakers you have and see if you can download them. If this does not work let me know. There are other thing we can try.
Check your printer properties to make sure it is set to print using the
proper port. If it is set to 'print to fax' it will attempt to install
a fax line every time you try to print. It should be set to your LPT
(printer) port or your USB port, depending on how you have it connected
to your computer.
Depends on your operating system. Start > settings >printers. Or Start printers and faxes. Find your printer and double click to open. Select printer job and right click to get to delete/clear or go to the printer menu and cancel all print jobs. Another way is to turn printer off for about 20 minutes to clear its memory.
Software was installed on your computer when the printer was installed. You most likely have a Icon by your clock for your printer. Open up this icon. Look for Fax setup or fax settings. This will allow you to change your phone number.
Without knowing the model no & name I can not look into the setup files and advise you better.