Your Windows install dates from 1 July...why the reinstall? What was wrong with the system at that time? How did you accomplish the reinstall, did you do a restore-to-factory defaults?
You are running a system reflecting SP2. There have been well over 100 critical updates issued...since SP3. You need to install SP3...then go to the Windows update site and download/install all critical updates to bring the system up-to-date with the first line of O/S security.
You have Norton Internet Security installed, which is resource heavy. You only have 256MB of RAM. The two are a formula for problems, IMO. You are also using a 2005 version of NIS...this may not offer the best protection available.
System reflects IE 6, which is outdated and subject to malware exploitation.
You have Java Runtime Environment 4.2 installed, current version is 7.25. Another unnecessary system vulnerability to malware.
You have iTunes installed on a system with few resources.
You have Machine Debug Manager (MS Office) installed. on a system strapped for resources. I suggest uninstalling it or installing more RAM.. The Debu Manager function is not necessary and often causes problems and confusion for users.
You have Spysubtract installed...has been identified as a memory hog by some. I would remove this.
You have Google Update installed. For a system with limited RAM, this is a bad choice, IMO.
No problems indicated with overheating of CPU or hard drive.
Your errors re VC80 CRT...are probably caused by NIS. Since it offers poor protection at this date...I would uninstall id, using Add/Remove Programs...and install Microsoft Security Essentials and use the Windows Firewall in lieu of outdated "protection". I believe that you must uninstall Live Update first.
Edited by hamluis, 11 July 2013 - 09:01 AM.