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my computer sucks, and im completely clueless when it comes to fixing them.

 

Its an almost 4 year old dell, windows xp. runs slow, internet freezesup and closes. Occasionally it freezes up and a the screen turns blue saying some problem blah blah blah. when i turn it off and start it back up it sometimes says it cant start something about a driver? Put in norton 360 it didnt find any viruss or anything, just made it ran even slower.

 

Do computers wear out? or is there somethin i can do to fix it?

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you could cheer it up. got any specs? processor, amount of ram? do you have the disks it came with in case you need to reinstall windas?

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A common issue with XP is that it degrades over time. It just gets slower and slower with the more crap you cram into it.

 

My suggestion is to back up everything you want and do a fresh install.

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View Postyou could cheer it up. got any specs? processor, amount of ram? do you have the disks it came with in case you need to reinstall windas?

 

 

 

i havent a clue about the specs. its black and grey and it says dell. anyway to look at it and find out what i gots?

 

i think i have the disks somewhere....

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View Postdisks, good good. thats our fallback. please confirm and try to find them

 

start, my computer, view system info. tells you all the poop

 

 

 

she says

 

dell dimensison dim3000

Intel R

Pentium ® 4 cpu 3.00GHz

2.99GHz, 512 MB or ram

 

whatever the hell all that meansheadscratch.gif

 

 

disks...still looking...got em somewhere i think, just havent a clue as to where

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