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Computer running slow

All programs running slow takes for ever for anything to load. the scrool bar is even slow have done disk scan and defrag

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    also get alot of java script errors

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Hello.
Usually when a computer get to that point, is time to save your info, format and reinstall the OS, it will be like getting a new computer.
I know this can be a real headache, most the time you have no way to recover some softwares already installed because you don't have the installer and even worse maybe you don't have the Operating System Installer.
However, some responsible vendors make a backup of your system and store it in a separate partition at the moment you buy the PC, it can be named System Backup or something like that.
If you have that file in your hard drive or DVD you can :
Go to - Start - All programs - Accesories - System Tools - Backup and try that posibility.

You can try anything like antispys, antivirus etc but i have never found a way to make a computer in that conditions get fast again, only a clean install will give you that.
I'm sorry.

Good luck.

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