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    Performance degraded after making a System Restore on Windows XP.

    Am using Windows XP machine and yesterday I made a System Restore to fix few internal problems. The System Recovery finished successfully but later after a reboot, my system is not performing well. It has become very slow and taking very long time to open folders. Please help me with a solution.



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    Satya Praveen Array
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    Re: Performance degraded after making a System Restore on Windows XP.

    Hello friend,


    I have the solution for your problem just do as i say...........................

    1.This can be the problem of the system restore.

    2.When you have restored some files may be corrupted.

    3.Or the corrupted may be came back which affected your system.

    4.So you try to store all your important data in any external drive or CD or Pen Drive.

    5.And then you try to re-install or repair the OS files to fix the problem.

    Have a nice day.................................

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    Re: Performance degraded after making a System Restore on Windows XP.

    Hi, Dear friend

    To get the solution for the above .... try to follow these instructions carefully

    First of all insert the Windows XP Original CD in to the ROM ...

    and now go to start menu >> All programs >> Accessories >> right click on command prompt...and choose RUN AS ...and then choose Administrator account ...and enter the password ...and click OK

    now type SFC/SCANNOW and press ENTER key


    after the completion of ...process....close the CMD.....and go to MY COMPUTER


    then right click on HOME DRIVE that is usually C: DRIVE and choose PROPERTIES


    now tap on TOOLS tab....and click CHECK NOW button under the ERROR-CHECKING category


    then Check Scan for and Attempt recovery of Bad sectors box ...........and finally click START button


    and wait until the completion of process............ then again go to step 2 ....and type chkdsk/f and press enter key....then press Y letter from the keyboard ... and press ENTER key


    then restart the PC .....and wait for the completion of checking process.... and start the PC normally


    and cleanup your temporary files by using the %temp% command


    that is just open the run and type the above command in the run and press ENTER key......then delete all the files from the TEMP folder



    press windows key+R and type cleanmgr and click OK


    then select C:\ drive ...and click ok ....then delete all the unwanted files, error reports, temp files........etc


    and also do the disk defragement operation ....it will compress ...and saves the disk space which results ....the pc become fast

    Thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Re: Performance degraded after making a System Restore on Windows XP.

    Hello Friend,

    You have restore the your windows xp system and you faceing the your system performance degraded,you have restore you system but you restore all the virus files in your system and junk files ,

    Then you facing the performance problem with your system,

    Now please install the good quality antivirus in your system and update the antivirus,

    After this please openthe antivirus and scan your system and then you see the virus remove your system and repair files antivirus repairing,

    Then restart your system and you windows xp system performance improving,

    I hope this information use full to you,

    Thanxx,

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    Re: Performance degraded after making a System Restore on Windows XP.

    To solve this problem

    • Check you system if there are any malicious files present
    • Uninstall the softwares that are not used to freen up the space
    • Clean the system using the CCleaner software or any other
    • Delete all the temperary files and folders
    • update the software if the updates are available
    • you may have corrupted or out dated drivers
    • Run the disk clean up Press WIN+R>>type cleanmgr.exe>>click on open>>Ok
    • Upgrade the RAM.

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    Re: Performance degraded after making a System Restore on Windows XP.

    To resolve this condition

    Check out you method in the event that you will discover virtually any malicious data existing
    Un-install a software programs that are not helpful to freen on the room
    Thoroughly clean the computer while using the CCleaner software package and other
    Remove all the temperary data and directories
    update the software in case the improvements are obtainable
    you could have damaged or perhaps out of date drivers
    Function a disk clean up Press WIN+R>>style cleanmgr.exe>>click on open>>Okay
    Update a RAM.

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    Re: Performance degraded after making a System Restore on Windows XP.

    hello friendfollow this steps and find your solution.......................1.you are restore your system.2.but your system dose not restore successfully.3.any files are corrupted on your OS 4.so your windows dose not work properly.5.so please reinstall your OS6.and remember only use a original DVD/CDi hope my information is helpfull for you..................

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    Re: Performance degraded after making a System Restore on Windows XP.

    Hello,


    Well, system restore is always the best option . During system restore certain files may be corrupted or missing and this can lead to furthr troubles. After your system restore your OS will be much slower compared to previous one. You should selete temporay internet files from the C drive then delete other files and folders hat are not necessay. Now, check wheather your OS is working faster or not, if you are having the same problem then the best option would be to format your PC either with Windows XP or Windows 7.

    Bye,

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