Well After reading through the Everest
report I do see one item that is probably the root of your problem. You have only 448 megs of memory and running XP and that's barely enough to keep Xp running and nothing for any other programs you want to run. I would advise you to increase you memory to 1 gig. This will help allot and the speed will increase immediately once it is installed. Go HERE
and run Crucial's online scanner for your memory. It will then tell you exactly what type of memory you have and what the suggested upgrade you should get. You don' have to buy it from them but use the information to find the correct memory you need. If you need assistance with this we can help you.
Another item I just want to give you a FYI about is your free space on your C
drive. It's at 20% free and that is going to be a problem if it get's much lower. A suggestion here would be to consider a larger HD. At today's prices a 160 GB drive is now only 50.00 plus shipping as shown HERE
If you were to make these two changes I believe you would see a speed increase that would be worth the money you spent.
Edited by rshaffer61, 28 April 2009 - 03:01 AM.