Vista on HP Desktop

April 12, 2010 at 08:31:32
Specs: Windows Vista 32 bit, Pent 4 2.8 4 Gigs Ram
Maybe I should have put this request in the Vista Section of this site. I screwed up and did a backup to Drive D which only has 8 or so gigs of space. The drive was now 85% full. This drive contains the Recovery System and I believe it is within a directory. I deleted the backup but the computer is still very slow to boot up...about 10 minutes. What can I do to remedy this? I thought I would copy the Recovery Partition files to a thumb drive and then attempt to format Drive D: but I think I read one time that it is more complicated than this. TIA for your help.

srloren


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#1
April 12, 2010 at 08:52:34
Have you checked the CPU temp for possible overheating?
Do you have a lot of programs loading at startup?
How much space is left on the C: partition?

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#2
April 12, 2010 at 18:46:30
I will have to check the CPU Temp and yes there are a few programs loading on startup..There is 80% plus space on Drive C:. How do you determine exactly what programs are loading up on startup? Thanks for your help.

srloren


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