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#1 HelpMeSaveMyOldComputer!

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Posted 06 February 2006 - 11:41 AM

Hey everyone!

I am Racheal from Arlington, Texas! As you can probably see from my user name, I need help in resurrecting my old computer!!! I still want to use it but it's just too messed up right now.
I can't wait to receive the help I need!

Oh yes...I'm 17 and I'm a senior in high school. I have 10 pets (2 dogs, 2 rabbits and 6 parakeets). I love music and art. I really enjoy my new Compaq Pesario but would also like to resurrect my old computer that I don't even know the brand name of! Well, We'll see what happens.

bye bye!

**Racheal**

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#2 jgweed

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Posted 06 February 2006 - 11:56 AM

Welcome to BC!
I suggest you post about your problem in the appropriate forum, with as much information as you can provide. Certainly the version of Windows, amount of RAM and the size of the hard disk would be helpful, as well as as much detail about the problems you are having.
The first steps you might try before posting (assuming you can perform these tasks):
1. Scan with your anti-virus, with updated definitions.
2. Scan with your anti-spyware applications.
3. Use Windows "disk cleanup" to remove gunk.
4. Either delete or save unneeded files.
5. Run Scandisk
6. Defragment your computer

With the exception of number 4, you can perform these tasks in Safe Mode.

Regards,
John
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#3 yano

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Posted 22 February 2006 - 03:39 PM

:thumbsup: to BC! HelpMeSaveMyOldComputer!.

Good Luck,
yano :flowers:




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