Syetem locked up , had to do a system restore. couldn't get it startup right had a buzzing motor running. took it to geek squad they did the system restore. Everything opperates real slow some kinda program still running on to machine sound like a motor of some sort constantaly runing on the laptop. driving me nuts. and help/susgestions?
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Re: motor bussing sound system slow
Have a look at the fan on the processor if its running slow it will be making that noise so your processor is over heating and in turn making your pc run slow. replace this fan now. if your processor overheats too much it will burn out.
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Disable Unwanted Programs from Running at Windows Startup Running too many programs at the Windows startup reduces the system performance. To speed up Windows 7, you have to disable the unwanted third-party programs from running at Windows startup.
Click Start ' Type MsConfig and press ENTER
Click Startup tab.
Uncheck the entries of the programs that you do not wish to run at system startup.
Do the same for the entries in the Services tab.
Click Apply ' OK.
Restart the computer when prompted.
To fix this problem instantly use PCFresher system utility.
There are two possible reasons for computer running slow: 1. A lot of applications are installed and the Windows is trying to load all during the startup process 2. The computer is infected with virus
Try uninstalling some softwares and also scan your computer for virus
If the issue still persists, the I would suggest a full system recovery, you
can restore the computer back to factory default,to do so, follow the
below steps: Turn OFF the computer, now as soon as you hit the power
button, keep on holding "Alt" key & keep on tapping "F10" key, i.e
Alt+f10, it will open the recovery console, select full factory restore
and follow onscreen instruction.
NOTE: This will erase all the datas on
First I would like to know that which operating system you are using? Are you able to login in to windows ? If not you can log in through safe mode- press F8 during boot up. Then get into safe mode and restore the notebook to its previous stage. To restore follow these steps. Start-search-system restore-choose the restore point. you can also reinstall this drivers
when was the last time your computer worked fine? run system restore and choose a restore point prior to when the issue started. if no restore point is available, open run and enter 'msconfig', go to startup and disable unecessary startup programs. also open the prefetch folder and delete its contents. then restart your system. if it's still slow, i suggest you backup your files and reinstall windows. make sure that you operate the laptop on a flat surface to avoid any ventilation blockage. hope it'll help. good day. =)'
SPEED UP PC BY DOING FOLLOWING
1.Removed unwanted startup entries and disable unwanted services
Start > Run and type "msconfig"
Start > Run and type "services.msc"
2.Defragment on regular intervals
defrag volume [-a] [-f][-v] [-?]
3.Keep System Restore turned off
4.Disable disk indexing
THE SOUND COULD BE MANY THINGS
HDD GETTING OLD OR CPU FAN FAULTY
TAKE LAPTOP TO PC REPAIR FOER STANDARD MAINTENANCE CHECK UP