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ok so how do i go about doin this?
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Click Start
Go to All Programs
Go to I believe Accessories.
Than go to System tools.
Run DiskCleanUp.
Tick everything and delete it.

Run defragmenter.

Do the same thing but go back to System Tools and use Disk Defragmenter. Choose C:\

This one takes awhile so be patient.
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ok ill do that..is there a way that i can erase everything on my computer and put it back to the way that it was when i originally bought it?
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If you have all your files you want backed up, use the original restore CD that came with your laptop. It will put it back the same as it came from the box. Might wait on this for now.

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hmm..i dont think i have that cd anymore...is there another way?
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You would need to get a CD from your manufacturer to restore everything to when you first got it. There is no other way.
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