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  1. fenil_4400

    fenil_4400 New Member

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    My system configuration is:
    Intel P3 866 MHZ Processor,Mercury Kob 810e Fst Motherboard,256 mb sdram,
    100 gb hdd running SP1.
    Few days back i installed the autpatcher xp from digit cd.
    After that when i try to login into my account,the computer hangs up & doesnt respond.so i have to restart it.sometimes i m able to login into my account & othertimes it hangs up.
    Also my computer has become very slow & it takes a hell lot of time to open any application.
    Pls tell me why it is happening so?
    Also is there a need to install SP2?
    Do i need to convert from FAT32 to NTFS?
    I also have Win 98 running on my computer.
     
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    anandk Distinguished Member

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    i notice u have a p3.

    yes its best to have sp2 installed. autopatcher may have created some issues; it does so sometimes, with some pc's, for reasons unknown. and yes though ntfs is prefrd for xp, 98 dznt support it.

    anyways try this to begin with :

    1st option : system restore to a point prior to installing autopatcher, and if that solves ur problem - for some weeks, be happy with just sp2 without the autopatcher updates.

    or else then enter safe mode and work - use ccleaner to clear up ALL ur pc junk INCLU ur prefetcher. defrag ur disks, defrag ur registry (tune-up utilities), and use bootvis or DriverHeavens TuneXP to increase ur boot time.
     
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    Boot ur system in safe mode and try out uninstalling the application which according u iscausing problems
     
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