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Reinstalled Xp Very Slow Moves Frame By Frame

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Posted 08 June 2007 - 04:37 PM

I would go onto my computer and after a few seconds everything would freeze. I couldn't close the program I was in or open a new one. Having tried numerous times I decided to reinstall XP from the company CD given to me by the company I bought the computer from. I did this. The computer is now exceptionally slow and the screen seems to scroll downwards in slow motion, as if frame by frame. On restarting the computer this happens and the dark screen gradually becomes lighter and eventually becomes light blue. I am told I might have be a problem in Device Manager, but I haven't a clue to be honest. The mouse indicator moves about - not too badly, but everything is so slow. This is the same in Safe Mode. Please help.

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Posted 08 June 2007 - 05:17 PM

Did you also reinstall all of your device drivers? Find your machine make and model on the web and download all the drivers. Then install them.

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