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Laptop has gone stodgey

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Laptop has gone stodgey

Unread postby Dech » February 17th, 2013, 7:25 pm

Hi,
I need help.
My laptop has become sluggish in just about all operations, starting, running, shutting down.
I have a Toshiba Satellite L300-1AS
It is running Vista Premium.
IEP version 9
Office 2010

I am sure that you need more information but until you tell me I won't know.

I have been through the start up via msconfig and unchecked some duplicated operations but no change.

Living in Cayman Islands, so no reliable tech support here.

Danni
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Re: Laptop has gone stodgey

Unread postby melboy » February 18th, 2013, 3:34 pm

Hi Danni, and welcome to the MWR forums. :)

SINO

Download SINO by Artellos & save it to Your Desktop

  • Right click SINO.exe and choose Run as Administrator to run it.
  • Check the following checkboxes:
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System Info
Tasklist
Startup items
Event log

  • Once checked, hit the Run Scan! button and wait for the program to finish the scan.
  • A notepad window will pop up. Copy all of the content of the notepad file and post it into your next reply.
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