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Hello I have a HP Pavilion ze2000 running on Windows XP Professional. I did have problems with this laptop with amazingly slooooow booting time, running very slow in general and audio skipping. I found that a simple system restore fixed this problem. Lately I noticed that the laptop started running slow again. I opened up task manager to see if there were some processes running that shouldn't have been. What I found was that svchost.exe mem usage was averaging around 104,000 K. I found a solution online. http://www.technibble.com/how-to-fix-svchost-using-100-cpu-memory-leak/ . Unfortunately it didn't work. What could cause this and more importantly how do I fix it???

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Probably what you should do first is download Malware Bytes and do a quick scan/clean of your system to make sure there is no malicious code on it.

Beyond that (if the machine tests clean) post your results and/or a list of the processes that are running so that we can further assist. Also, if you are currently running any anitivirus programs please post what kind.

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However, someone claims, on this forum page(last post on the page) that all you need to do is use the "windows online driver search" function, and it will handle all of the messy work of locating, downloading & installing.

I hope that helps.

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Hello,

First to start with, you have to increase the RAM of the laptop, that is what mainly controls the speed of a laptop,or any other system.

If you can also change the hard disc to that with a higher gigabyte, that will also help.

You should also get an external hard disc for storing files.

make sure you dont have too many files on the system if not the system will be excessively slow.

try this and you will realise your system will be in good condition again.

take care

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First, I appreciate the details provided in your question. Thanks!
The specification of your laptop are fine and enough to run and support Vista. It is true that greater number of processes and CPU usage causes, but normally the machine can handle it well if it gets proper ventilation.
Laptop heating issue generally occurs due to fan failure, which may damage the system, if not checked properly. Another cause of overheating is the dust present inside the laptop, which clogs the fan and heatsink. I suggest that you should get you laptop checked by a professional for servicing (if required). I believe immediate action is required to prevent any damage to your machine and data.

Hope it Helps! Let me know if i could be of any further assistance.
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Windows XP booting slowly and audio skipping??? Help!!


Hello,

First to start with, you have to increase the RAM of the laptop, that is what mainly controls the speed of a laptop,or any other system.

If you can also change the hard disc to that with a higher gigabyte, that will also help.

You should also get an external hard disc for storing files.

make sure you dont have too many files on the system if not the system will be excessively slow.

try this and you will realise your system will be in good condition again.

take care

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However, someone claims, on this forum page(last post on the page) that all you need to do is use the "windows online driver search" function, and it will handle all of the messy work of locating, downloading & installing.

I hope that helps.

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