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#1 tvc19

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Posted 05 December 2014 - 06:06 PM

are there any disadvantages of copying your OS to a disc then booting from it as to completely start fresh.
although I have used Malwarebytes, avast, CCleaner, and defrag when necessary, I still seem to have quite a bit of lag time, that was never there when new, amongst other issues that I'm not sure I could diagnostically handle. I could take what I need off and reinstall them later,but I'm not sure if I'm really need to go through this whole process. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.also I have run multiple commands from the command prompt line, dskchk, dskchk fix error and so on, (not the proper cmds, I know) to no avail.
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Posted 05 December 2014 - 06:59 PM

What does this mean "copying your OS to a disc then booting from it as to completely start fresh"

You don't copy OS, you get the installation media either in store or downloading ISO file and burning it to DVD and then you preform fresh reinstall which in your case would be better if someone else do that.


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