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Improper computer maintenance may result in slow PC. To fix computer running slow you are required to clean junk and windows errors from your PC using a System Utilities program.
To download a reliable System Utilities, go to famous website download.cnet and search there Reginout. Which I personally use and recommend the friends.
After downloading run all of its tools one by one except Internet Optimizer, to clean all the junk and error files from your computer.
I think you need to increase the Physical Memory of your computer... If the physical memory is less, system goes slow...
You can increase your available physical memory by either adding more memory chips or by deleting existing software or files.
Pls follow this step: Go to RUN, type WINMSD.EXE You can able to see the available physical memory. If the memory is very less then you need to increase the space as I mentioned above.
Pls let me know if this doesn't work.
There's nothing you can do about your internet speed, dial up is dial up and is known to be slow. If you want fast internet then you would need broadband.
A memory upgrade would speed up the overall performance of the PC. For example: the computer may take 5 minutes to fully boot up and programs taking time to launch. This would not fully resolve but help it to be more responsive.
A memory upgrade is always recommended by me. I expect that your computer can be probably maxed out to 2GB of memory.
Hello. I'm 99% sure this is due to not having enough memory installed.Memory moduals are available in various amounts and easily changed. Please Google ,memory upgrade for your make and model of computer. Most sites will tell what type and the maximum limit of memory for your machine. Ebay is also a good source if you know what you need.
Hi, mine was running slow too. Like I'd turn it on and go grub some coffee, than make some toast and then after It'd bring the windows screen on. If that's the case I suggest to try different hard drive, but my guess it's motherboard issue: Here is memory information for EVO D51. Please let me know what model you have, so I can be more specific
You need to click on the icon in the bottom left hand corner of your screen, it will either be a start button or a blue circle with a windows icon depending on the Operating System your running. After this there will be a search box type in the word "MSCONFIG" without the quotes, it will bring up the System Configuration Utility. Click on the startup tab and then everything you see in there that has checkmarks next to it is everything that is running in the background. It may be alot.
Go ahead and click on the box disable all and then click on ok and let the computer reboot. If your computer reboots and things are speeded up then you know software is the issue. You can then go into add/remove programs in the control panel and start uninstalling programs that you know for sure your not going to be using.
If things are still slow then it could be a problem with a virus, spyware, trojans, malware, etc. That could be taking up your memory and you might want to run a virus scan to see what it comes up with.
When you said "I think its a memory problem" your right, you need more of it. Try adding more RAM. It's really cheap now a days, especially for the 2400. Memory is available everywhere. While this is not an endorsement of their site, Computer Memory Outlet.com has about the cheapest RAM available and they are reputable and reliable and orders usually ship next day. I personally get all my memory from them.
p.s. They have an on site utility that will scan your computer and tell you the exact RAM you need and the maximum RAM you can add
you may have to much in memory and computer uses hard disk for temp memory Try this start/run when run comes up type in (msconfig) without ( ) go to startup and stop all except for anti virus from running all the other programs will work when you need them this will clear some memory I had one computer with over 50 in startup