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If you are able to open your laptop, take out the little battery for an hour or longer. This clears your bios, perhaps there is a jumper nearby to speed this up. All bios passwords are gone then.
Next you open your bios and make your cd/dvd the first bootdevice.
Insert your windows and follow instructions. When asked where to install windows you delete all drives and then create a new drive to format and install windows on.
Hi, For this issue, you must calibrate the battery. This will solve the problem. There are 2 options to calibrate the battery. Some bios version support this and have this options in it. To go in bios press DEL button or f2 button.
Second option is run utility from windows. This option will be best if you are not so accustomed to bios Normally you have special utility software that came with the batch of drivers. This are provided as part of support from the manufacturer. It will take you 4 to 5 hours to complete the process. While calibrating it will charge and discharge the battery several times. Try this OK
Well, there are many things one can do. The most efficient way is to upgrade the CPU to a faster one and installing more RAM. If that isn't a viable solution, you can also disable unused services that you may not require. More info on that here: http://www.pctipsbox.com/disable-unnecessary-services/
Also, be sure to do a scan for spyware with something like Spybot. Lots of users report that by using Firefox instead of Internet Explorer increases their systems security.
Remove any unneeded Start Up items in your system tray. If you click on Start, then Run... and type in msconfig and then press OK, it will bring you to the System Configuration Utility. Click on the Startup tab and disable anything you don't need. It's easy enough to simply google a startup item listed to find out what the program does and then you can make a decision from there.
U NEED to check two basic factores .,
ur system not be infected by an virus. so check it with a good antivirus.
and second is uninstall useless programes from add and remove program place because it waste alot of processing power.