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Posted 26 November 2005 - 05:15 PM
I am running a Windows XP pro SP2 with all the Fixes.
The PC was running well but not fast enough relatively to the PC I have in my office.
I had encountered some overheating issues (the PC freezed during manual scan using AV or games - CPU temp reached 65 C) therefore I removed the case left side panel and the "PC Freezing " issue was so solved.
Yesterday, I decided to increase the RAM (which is King Max256 mb DDR) and used a Ceon 256 mb DDR. My Computer showed 512mb in RAM Memory.
I havn't remarked any speed or sensitive improvement.
Today, the PC is terribly lagging. Surfing the net takes approx 5 to 6 more time than it was some days ago.
I tried to manually scan the PC using NOD 32 or Ewido, but the PC freezed after 12 - 14 minutes (during the scan process) and the CPU temperature fluctuated between 49 to 65 C.
At rest i.e. the PC with only the "guards" on the system tray running shows a temperature of 36 - 38 c for the CPU.
Suspecting some nasties, I performed a manual scan using AV, Ewido, A2, Ad Aware, SpyBot and hade no finding (except one cookie). The PC is defragmented and clean ( I cleaned it yesterday after installing the additional RAM using a PC air dust cleaner). I removed all the junk files and cleaned the Registry using Ccleaner and ACE.
I removed the additional RAM. Insignificant effect.
I was told that this is maybe due to the negative effect of static electricity induced during the RAM installation? I have no idea how to check that.
Please need assistance.
Posted 26 November 2005 - 08:01 PM
Hmmm.... wish I knew what they got you to do.
they guided me over the phone to reset my modem and how to reset my router too.
Posted 27 November 2005 - 01:07 PM
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