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1- Go to start-run-command 2- Write cd.. (notice the tow dots) and press enterwrite cd.. (again) and press enter 3- Write (cd windows) and press enter 4- Write (cd system32) and press enter 5- Write (setup) and enterIf you get that message
(Please switch to the control panel to install components and systems composition) Then that means your pc is clean. The idea here is the (setup) file which is located within(system32) is shut down when your pc infected and open when your pc isnot infected because mostviruses shut down all system.exe extensions. I’ve tried it and it worked!
I am going to tell you about a trick to detect viruses in your computer. It is simple and fast. Just follow the steps below:
1- Go to start-run-command
2- Write cd.. (notice the tow dots) and press enter
write cd.. (again) and press enter
3- Write (cd windows) and press enter
4- Write (cd system32) and press enter
5- Write (setup) and enter
If you get that message
(Please switch to the control panel to install components and systems composition)
Then that means your pc is clean.
The idea here is the (setup) file which is located within
(system32) is shut down when your pc infected and open when your pc is
not infected because most viruses shut down all system.exe extensions.
I've tried it and it worked!
In my experience this is usually due to several things.1: a coruption in the burning software, a re- install fixes that. 2: a dirty or cracked lens on the writer itself. Pop the tray open and visually inspect the lens a crack will be obvious, dirty lens won`t be. Take a q tip and some iso propyl alcahol and gently swab the lens leave it to evaporate naturally about 2 mins, then try again. If no result you may need to take it to a shop for further diagnosis. These are the easy steps you can do yourself.
do virus scan. Make sure you have only ONE anti virus system on your PC - otherwise it will slow down dramatically
disable startup items.
Go to start->RUN -> type in msconfig press enter
Then go to startup and disable all and test if speed will increase.
If it will get faster - you can enable startups one by one and see which program slowing down your PC
it seems to me that its a kind of virus in your laptop.bcoz the same thing happened to my friends laptop also. the best way to get rid of this problem is the download "unbuntu" which is a linux based windows and then save it on cd or pendrive. after tht boot ur laptop from tht pendrive/cd. there u will find search option search for files -desktop.ini,recycler.exe,system volume information and delete all of them permanentaly. what i wld recommend id to delete that software which u was updatting too bcoz the virus has targeted tht software and can do it again too. after tht boot ur computer normally. if tht doesnt boot thn again boot it usong pendrive/cd cut all the data which is there in ur drive(which has windows installation) and paste it on anathor drive say d or e. this will save all ur important data for being deleted while formatting. this is the best solution bcoz u can anythime use the unbuntu softwares to delete viruses which windows dont allow to dobcoz windows protect those viruses.
There are few possible reasons:
1. The drive is full and fragmeted
Solution: Try deleting unwanted files and burn the bulky files to a CD/DVD disk will reduce disk load. Do a deragmentation. [right click a disk drive to see properties > defragmentation.]
2. Too much softwares installed or large number of fonts installed.
Solution: Install only required number of programs and fonts. Uninstall unused programs.
3. Viruses or malware affected.Your PC may be infected with viruses or malwares
Solution: In this case install a good antivirus program and perform a full system scan. Also try some powerful spyware detecters. This will help reduce risk.
4. Too much servces running in the background.
Solution: To reduce the number of services starting at windows startup go to > Right click > My computer > Select manage > select servoces
In this tab see all the services running with windows start up. right click any service that you don't want and change its properties to manual or disabled.
you can also delete the startup progams from Start > All programs > startup
just delete the programs that you do not want at start up.
this could solve your problem