WIN XP Going Very Slow.viruses?
I ran Kasperaky rootkit scanner and nothing came up. Windows XP performance continually deteriorates with use and time, so the above must be run regularly = weekly! The way I read this article, it would appear that if none of the listed items under the Workstation heading is necessary, why not deactivate? Microsoft Windows XP Info, News and Videos Bookmark this Microsoft Windows XP Site Step 1: Remove all Viruses and other Malware from your Windows PC: Run two free Windows XP click site
How do I get my Slow Windows XP PC running "as new"? 1. Win xp does not need any to start. Many new discs (and this is quite popular with retail replacement discs) come with a little utility designed to simply clone your old drive to a the new one and then It has done this 2 time(s). https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/xp-running-painfully-slow-15640/
Please note, that if a service runs for catalog indexing such as Cidaemon.exe that is discussed in the Win2k article [Q156756], further discussed in [Q308202] for both Win2k and WinXP, it It has done this 1 time(s). If the C: drive is full enough, fragmentation can dramatically mess up performance in a very short time. All the HD makers have one, just get the one appropriate for yours.
This slows startup of Windows and the background processes of the startup programs will slow down operation of your computer. Very very useful. Fix registry problems (and delete more unnecessary files) with the free www.CCleaner.com. http://www.wikihow.com/Dramatically-Speed-up-Windows-XP Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - ''The extent is huge''?
Sorting through mail in thunderbird is very slow. Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? Parent Share twitter facebook linkedin Re: (Score:3, Interesting) by nikolag ( 467418 ) writes: I do not see this as easy when You deal with a bunch of RAID drives or If not, you may have to resort to a memory upgrade, or reinstall Windows XP.
I tried SOLUTO before but that was before I had any problem(s). Error: (01/05/2014 10:33:44 PM) (Source: Service Control Manager) (User: ) Description: The Service Control Manager tried to take a corrective action (Restart the service) after the unexpected termination of the Windows If not, I think I'll just suck it up, replace my HDD with something not ancient (like a SATA connection), and reinstall most everything. Avoid unchecking programs that you don't recognize or you know are essential to Windows.
Run the sfc /scannow command. Check that you have all the latest Windows updates then back up your whole PC, or at least any data that you have not already backed up. BLEEPINGCOMPUTER NEEDS YOUR HELP! During the freeze I could move the mouse, and my keyboard was having good response (checking with the numlock/capslock keys), but I couldn't do anything in windows (no access to the
It runs in the background, and uses up lots of precious memory. About this wikiHow How helpful is this? Having a shitload of processes running at startup can bring your system to its knees. Then choose "adjust for best performance" and younow have a Windows 2000/98 look which turned off most of the annoying"prettifications" in one swift action.
And you can just about forget about, say, playing a game while that happens.And that's before you even add such brakes as an anti-virus.I've seen that behaviour in any Windows, from NICE! (Not.) What can you do? View more comments most viewed The Guardian back to top home UK world sport football opinion culture business lifestyle fashion environment tech selected travel all sections close home UK education media
http://mvps.org/winhelp2002/unwanted.htmFor more updated information.Install the first five of these: (Install, Run, Update, Scan with..)(If you already have one or more - uninstall them and download theLATEST version from the page given!)
Parent Share twitter facebook linkedin Re:Second on the drive thing (Score:5, Informative) by Klaus_1250 ( 987230 ) writes: on Thursday January 22, 2009 @05:55PM (#26567403) http://hddscan.com/ [hddscan.com] Checks SMART, can perform Share twitter facebook linkedin MSCONFIG is your friend (Score:4, Informative) by Orion Blastar ( 457579 ) writes:
Based on your findings from 6 and 7, you may want to turn off some Windows services (set them to run on demand), and update or change some applications. Good luck. You might think that they've been deleted, but they are really still on your hard drive. This page http://www.tacktech.com/display.cfm?ttid=287 gives links to the test suites of nearly all HDD manufacturers.
Hover your mouse over Task Manager Free's SysTray icons to see if you are short of memory or if something is using a lot of resources. 7. It follows that if a user only have a 512MB graphics card, then they will see (and XP will use) 3.5GB RAM.This is not a design flaw for XP, it's a is it CPU or disk activity or memory or what? Re:Turbo button... (Score:5, Funny) by Mr Z ( 6791 ) writes: on Friday January 23, 2009 @03:19AM (#26571811) Homepage Journal Even my computer with the Turbo button switched between 8MHz and
Messenger Yahoo! Two versions of Java, 6 and 7, plus JavaFX,likely interfering. Change the wallpaper to "None". This is like Windows Task Manager but much more powerful.