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Choppy music playback...

I have 1 GB ram, pentium core2duo processor, still if i copy files from cd to hd while playing music on win media player, the music gets choppy, i have to wait and let the files copy complete before resuming playback... Also there is a non responsive app by the name run dll32 which does not end itself if i press shut down on my comp, i have to manually select end now, else the comp stays on, this is damn frustrating if you know what i mean... Kindly advise...

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Your pc is infected with viruses and tehre were already some missing files with your Operating System and needs to be reformatted. Refer it to qualified technician...

if you have the installation soiftware CD's (which come with your PC when you bought it) you can do it, just follow the step by step prompt on the windows screen.
the chronological steps should be:
1. install the OS
2. install the motherboard drivers (VGA, sound, LAN, USB, atc)
3. install modem drivers.

NOTE: make sure to back up your files before doing all those things...

Good Luck...

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