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#1 b.s.mohaideen

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Posted 04 January 2017 - 06:11 PM

very slow

Operating system:Microsoft Windows XP (32 bit) Service Pack 3, v.6419
System root: C:WINDOWS
Available physical memory: 991 MB
CPU: Mobile AMD Athlon™ 64 Processor 2800+
Drive Info:
C: 37.26 GB
Internet Explorer: 8.0
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#2 xilolee

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Posted 04 January 2017 - 09:21 PM

Hi b.s.mohaideen. :-)

Check the following topics:
How to speed up your PC by WiseCleaner_Admin
How to speed up a computer; speed up any PC or laptop (Part One) by Linkin
How to speed up a computer; speed up any PC or laptop (Part Two) by Linkin

Or try these operations:

1) If the warranty has already expired, you could try to open your PC (first unplug it from the mains...!) with a lot of caution and, gently, remove the dust with a brush and vacuum cleaner (or hair dryer) and, possibly, apply the thermal paste to the processor. Block the fans, they shouldn't rotate fast. DON'T touch capacitors and DON'T open the power supply unit. If you are unsure, ask to a more experienced friend of yours or bring your machine (computer) to the assistance!
The following operations should be simplier than this one.
2) Open an elevated command prompt and type:
cleanmgr /sageset:1 
Press enter, tick every option (or the options that you prefer) inside cleanmgr advanced menu, click ok, then type this:
cleanmgr /sagerun:1
Press enter and wait until it finishes.
3) Download adwcleaner portable (click), run it and remove the offending entries.
4) Download wise care 365 portable (click), extract it and put it on your desired/preferred folder.
5) Create a system restore point (or let it create by WiseCare, it should ask it to you the first time you run it)
6) Double left-click wisecare365.exe, click (top right corner) custom --> settings --> custom checkup, select/tick all entries (or the entries that you prefer), click save, click checkup, wait until the scan finishes, click fix.
7) Click the third tab at top: system tuneup
On the left, click the fourth tab: startup manager
Remove unnecessary items (keep enabled antivirus and processor items)
8) Launch sfc /scannow from an elevated command prompt (and report the result here, after it finished)
9) Defrag your hard disks (it may take hours... Try first the OS partition only).
If you often get BSODs, skip this.


Looking forward for your kind feedback!


  How to run an elevated command prompt for Windows vista/seven users
One of these three methods:
- click start, all programs, accessories, right-click the command prompt in the list and click run as administrator, click yes on the user account control window that should appear
- click start, type cmd in the searchbox, right-click the cmd in the list of results and click run as administrator, click yes on the user account control window that should appear
- click start, type cmd in the searchbox, press and keep pressed ctrl + shift Keys on your keyboard, then press enter, click yes on the user account control window that should appear
  
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