1] How is your HD configured. i.e how many partition you have.? it seams you have your c: drive is big??????,,,,,,, keep it small MAX. 10GM. install your window in it.
2] make another partition D: make it around 10 or 15. and install all pgr.in to it
next 3] rest of drive for all of ur trash .
REMEMBER IF U HAVE BBBBBBBIG HD. MAKE 10GB PARTITION [S] IT WILL MAKE PC HEALTHY REMEMBER WINDOWS ON DOS. BUDDY GO BACK TO BASICS. OLD IS GOLD...... MAKE FAT32 FARMATTING TABLE. NOT NTFS IS U R NOT RUNNING SERVER.
If it's just slow go to start and click control panel click "performance and maintenance". Free up space on hard disk. Let it run through and follow prompts. When that completes you need to do a system defrag. so you are going to go back to Performance and Maintence but now click on Rearrange items on the hard disk. Follow prompts for C: drive.
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Your laptop may have a combination of problems. Since the laptop was dropped, it is possible that your may a motherboard that no longer outputs video through the video controller, or the screen may have been damaged internally. Try hooking up an external monitor through the vga output of your laptop, usually located on the side or back of the laptop. If the external monitor works, then most likely it is your screen that's bad, if the external monitor doesn't works, then most likely it is your motherboard that's bad.
The beeping usually points to a RAM stick failure. If your laptop has two sticks of RAM then one of them has failed, which further explains the slow performance of the laptop once it's fully loaded. To troubleshoot this issue, you'll need to remove one RAM stick at a time, and see if the laptop boots at all. When you have only one stick of RAM and the laptop does not load after the beep signal, then that installed RAM stick is bad. You may want to try and clean up the contacts with a cotton cloth and some alcohol just to make sure it's not an oxidized contact issue.
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Sounds as if the board is starting to fail. Try what I've listed bellow. If that doesn't work then try a bios flash. If it's still giving you the same problem after trying all of these, then I'm afraid you'll have to replace the motherboard.
Try removing the jumper from the harddrive, then restart or Take the jumper off restart, shut down, then put it back on again or Remove the CMOS battery from system board and boot once . After booting shutdown your system and insert the battery back, start your system and press F1 next time it won't ask you to press F1. Reset your BIOS after that (time,date,etc.)