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Slow boot up and slow performance

I have an Acer Aspire 5600 100GB hard drive 512mb DDR2 RAM Intel core Duo processor T2050 1.6Ghz Intel graphics media accelerator950 with 802.11a/b/g WLAN. It boots up very slow and takes long time for programmes to open.Sound from the speakers develops static and becomes dragged when I access other programmes.Pkease help.

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You have 512mb of ram, firstly i recommend upgrading to atleast 1GB of ram especially if using Vista.

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Compaq Presario V6700TX series Operating system
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