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Windows 7 slow after system recovery

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by j5onken, Apr 17, 2012.

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    I lack computer techno language so any help talk in computer help for dummies please!! I can get online and do homework or find files on my pc. My daughter recently used my computer recovery disks and thought she would hide some whatever.. To the main point. After her doing this my laptop is very slow. My windows update has been idling for quite some time now, I have restarted the update manually 2-4 times. My computer can no longer run more than one program at a time. (my system info, media player, firefox, etc.) Even running one program it is contantly freezing up on me for long periods. I did start using the Defender Pro 15 in 1 2012. Even before this my laptop would have internet connection speeds slow way down or to a stand still but only when anyone else was online in the house with Ipods, blu-rays, Nooks, etc. My laptop is really slow, I am not sure what information you all need or even how to go about getting the right information. So give me in dummie terms each step if you could.. My laptop is Asus NOtebook K52JU / K52JT Series Intel (R) Core(TM) 5 CPU M 460 @ 2.53 GHz 2.53 4.0 GB (3.86 GB usable) 64-bit operating system Using Windows 7.
     
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