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#1 lost in space

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Posted 10 February 2008 - 11:56 PM

Hello Community,

This is my first post and quite frankly I am not sure this is the right places to start an introduction by here goes.

I know how to turn the computer on and off, understand Micorsoft Word and Exel a little and that is about it.

My PC is running Microsoft XP and just seems to take for ever to boot. Norton anti virus takes for ever get going. When I check the system CPU usage it is 90 to 100 percent for about 10 minutes. After this eternity I can get on line and check e-mail. In addition to Norton, I also run CC cleaner and Adawre.

Any thougts on where and how I begin to find out what is slowing me down so much.

Any and all help is much appreciated.

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#2 Tomo2

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Posted 11 February 2008 - 01:45 AM

Hello lost in space, :thumbsup: to BC!
Please post some more information about your problem in the Windows XP Home and Professional forum to get more help from people that can help you fix your problem.
Also check out the New User Orientation Center to learn how to use the features of this forum.

Hope you get your problem fixed and enjoy yourself!
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