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terminator2

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Hi everyone.

I have pc issues where everything seems to be running slow (startup, internet, opening of programs, etc...). I was sent to this forum from "stamper19" in the Malware Removal - Hijack This Logs Go Here forum saying that it could be a Windows issue. He wanted me to inform you that my system is clear of malware. If there is anything you can do, please let me know. I have Windows XP Home Edition 2002 Service Pack 2, 2.4 Ghz Processor and 736 MB of RAM if this helps.
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Please message me a list of current processes and make sure the total amount of ram is being located on the pc. Plus for a start to help you load faster on start up follow these directions... start>run>msconfig>disable all start up programs. Restart pc. You may want to take a look at disabling some services. I'll give you a website if this fails and after i get a reply with all the running processes.
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Perform the basic maintenance shown in this link.

http://computercleanup.blogspot.com/

Three things that improved my computer the most are these:

http://www.majorgeek...lish_d4191.html
http://majorgeeks.co...onal_d4991.html
http://www.kessels.com/JkDefrag/

Services can be changed to manual or disabled using:

http://www.blackviper.com/

Edited by latigid, 17 October 2007 - 10:03 AM.

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