Question about Dell Inspiron XPS M140 Notebook
After re-installing the OS (XP-Media Edition) and increasing the RAM from 512MB to 2GB (Purchased from Dell), the System is very slow.
Thanks for any assistance to olve this issue.
Run a check disc, or hard drive test in the bios, if any part of the test fails, then the hard drive is failing and will need replaced. Delete anything from the start up section of the start menu/programs, and download and run CCleaner form filehippo.com, it will help keep your computer clean and running fast/smoother. Also, are you using Norton? If so, remove it and use the AVG. You can find it at File Hippo as well.
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