Question about Computers & Internet
When booting, you should see if your RAM size is normal. If it's something low, such as 32mb, you should replace it, or try a system format. You could use an Antivirus, such as AVG Free, to scan your computer for viruses that might have infected it.
If your computer has been severely damaged by viruses, i would consult you to do a complete cleanup of your storage devices connected to it. A clean instalation of an operating system would ensure that your computer is virus free.
If the above do not work, or you are not experienced with computers, you should hire a technician to assist you.
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
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