Question about Toshiba Satellite A105-S361 Notebook
Press the windows key plus the R key on the keyboard or click on Run command for XP, type %temp% and delete all files there
Do a clean boot
Run a Hard Drive test available from different manufacturers like Seagate
If not run a system restore to a previous date when it was working. Start menu, all programs, accessories, system tools...
Backup and start a full format and recovery
I guess the watery sound may be caused by some driver settings or related to the slowness, try checking in control panel or uninstalling and reinstalling driver.
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