Question about Fujitsu LIFEBOOK C2210A (AKA0F0A00B001000) PC Notebook
It sounds like you might need to free up some space on your hard drive. Delete some of your programs that you don't use anymore.You can do this is by tapping f8 while turning on your laptop.If you can get into safe mode then there is a chance.When the safe mode screen comes up you will need to use the up arrow button to highlight safe mode.You will come to a page that gives you a choice yes for safe mode or no for a system restore.Safe mode is where you want to go.This will only load the core programs,about ten programs.Go to the control panel and remove as many of the programs that you can.Don't remove any thing with Microsoft in the title.As you uninstall you will get more room on your hard drive.Do a disk clean, defragment your hard drive and then you need to get out of safe mode and clean out your browser history,cookies temporary files all of this is under tools in the menu bar. When you get all of that taken care of there is one more thing to do and that is to turn off system restore and turn it back on again.Then create a new restore point.What this dose is erase all of the old restore points.
http://download.cnet.com/windows/3150-20_4-0-3.html?&filter=licenseName=Free&tag=page;page Smart Defrag
Here are some free apps that I use.
Posted on May 18, 2011
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