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slow computer after fixing blue screen of death

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I have an HP Pavilion desktop, with McAfee security. Computer crashed and I had it reformatted with XP home and upgraded memory. Still hasn't acted right and suddenly I got the BSOD. Managed to get that fixed, but now it's like having dial up. It is sooo slow. Have run free Norton virus scan as well as McAfee and find nothing more than a few cookies. Tried defrag, says I don't need to. Cleaned up temp, cache, history and cookies. What else can I do?
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Hi klam333, welcome to Geeks to Go! Sounds like a bit of a problem there, I strongly suggest you head over to the malware forum and they can have a look-see and clean you up. If your problem is malware related, then we'll just be wasting time trying other options first. If your problem still continues after the malware forum says you are clean, then come back to this thread and we'll continue with some other options.

Please complete all instructions in this link, and at the end you can post a log in this forum. Everything is explained on the instructions link I provided.

Cheers! :whistling:
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