I have written a Five Part free Computer Repair E-Course on keeping your computer healthy, subjects from 'Why my hard drive shows 10 Gig of space when it really is a 300 Gig drive' to 'Why doesn't my computer BIOS retain the settings?'
Well I think you have came to the right place. Here are some questions I have had asked of me through my support page:
1) Intermittent wireless connections with wireless router.
You are getting a weak signal to and from the router, you need to move the router to a new location with less obstacles or add a signal booster to the router, more information on setting up routers here.
2) I just want to make bootable windows XP usb device.
To make a bootable usb device is not complicated but you need a
special program to write the boot sector to the usb device, you can find the
To get your computer back to the original shut down time you
need to clean out the extraneous programs that are running in the background,
the instructions for doing this is located
I have found that the 'Do it all' or 'Jack of All, but Master of None' anti-virus, anti-trojan, anti-spyware, and firewall programs add so much overhead to your computer operating in the back ground that they eat up valuable memory and CPU time, the easy way out is to remove them and install individual programs that use up a fraction of the memory and CPU time even though they are running all the time you can find more information on the 'how to' here.
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