Now the first question you might be asking when you read this article is ‘Why would anyone want to downgrade their laptop from Vista to XP?’ There are many reasons, but the most common one is speed and stability. Windows Vista is noticeably faster than Vista on the same hardware. Also, Windows Explorer crashes more often in Vista than in XP.
There is a program in the accessories found on Microsoft windows to defragment the hard drive. It organizes the files, enhancing the speed of file retrieval on your system. The good thing about defragmenting is it’s free. To do this just click start then accessories then system tools and disk defragmenter.
Loud clicking and grinding noise. Hard drives are like the old vinyl record players. They have an arm that travels over the spinning plate. Except that the tip on the arm reads the information magnetically and is not to touch the surface of the plate. It is supposed to be just about a tenth of a hair thickness away from the plate. When you hear the clicking or grinding noise, this is usually the tip touching and grinding on the surface.
It is easy to fix registry errors if you do it in the right way. There are planted of software available on the internet that can help you to fix registry errors. You can follow a few steps below to fix registry problems and errors and speed up your computer.
Getting rid of trojan horse viruses is not a very big deal. They are fairly simple to get rid of actually. Total re-installation and proper cleaning of the hyperspin hard disk is the most efficient method to remove Trojan horse virus. However, this is a very long and tedious process, and if you don’t know how to do it yourself, you could be spending hundreds of dollars to have a computer repairman do it for you.
For users with a pre-installed version of XP, sfc may ask you for your Windows CD in order to copy the relevant files. If you don’t have a Windows CD or if sfc cannot find the files it needs, please refer to this article by MS MVP Marc Liron.
The last thing you need to do is to check online if the product and port combination that you have, has any problems that has already been encountered. The popular forums and tech groups online will always have people posting their problems online. What you can do is to check your problems against theirs, or if you do not seem to find your problem, then what you can do is to post your problem on the forums or message the administrators for help. The last thing you should be doing is to lug the PC and the device to a hardware shop. Always try to resolve it at home first and most of the time you can solve your USB port driver problems from the comfort of your own home.