Question about Computers & Internet
The first thing I would, as it is quick and easy, is test a few bits of your hardware, you could have a memory chip going bad or a bad sector on the harddrive causing seek time problems.
Download and burn to a CD the UBCD (ultimate boot CD), this utility has a bunch of tools on it to test your hardware.
Harddrive tests are very quick, memory tests can take a while, if you see anything you are unsure of don't hesitate to ask me.
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Posted on Aug 12, 2008
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