HP DV4000 is extremely slow & has internet problems
My HP Pavilion DV4000 has been having internet problems for about a year now (it keeps changing the speed that it shows, and I've learned if it shows 24.0, it really means that it isn't working anymore, not that it is 24.0 speed) and using an external wireless adaptor has not fixed the problem. I travel regularly, and it doesn't seem to matter where I am, the same thing happens, so it's not my home network. I can be on a super speedy network, and it can't handle swtiching web pages, let alone showing video.
Then, the computer has seemingly slowed down a lot recently. I've defragged it & done every spyware & virus check through Lavasoft Ad-Aware and Norton Anti-Virus, and the speed does not increase it all. It's seriously slower than my first laptop back in 1999.
Does anyone have any ideas for fixing this, or should I just reinstall windows and start over? The laptop did not come with a restore disc, so I'm also curious if re-installing windows is as thorough of a restore as it would be with a disc...that I don't want to pay HP to get. Thanks!!
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