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littleone January 16th, 2020 07:31 PM

Long time to get online
 
HI, I am running windowd 7 and am having problems,when i turn computer on it takes 10 to 15 minutes to get going and then slow afterward can you please help me,,also it win 7 ok to run after they stop all the support??

renegade600 January 17th, 2020 10:16 AM

try doing a system restore to a restore point prior to when the problem started.

littleone January 19th, 2020 07:44 PM

mercy on me
 
It has taken me over 2 hrs to get to this site betweem my slow compute and this site an my password,,I did system restore and it did not help..also now it will not take me to google chrome an that is what I use to use

renegade600 January 19th, 2020 11:11 PM

need clarification, did you do a system restore or did you do a system restore to a restore point???? also is it wire or wireless connection? did you do a power cycle on your router and modem? if not, give that a try, unplug both. plug in the modem, wait for it to reset, then plug in the router. pull the plug, do not use the power button.

littleone January 27th, 2020 03:27 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by renegade600 (Post 1306804)
need clarification, did you do a system restore or did you do a system restore to a restore point???? also is it wire or wireless connection? did you do a power cycle on your router and modem? if not, give that a try, unplug both. plug in the modem, wait for it to reset, then plug in the router. pull the plug, do not use the power button.

I think it was to a restore pont,,but i am getting chrome now
can i upgrade or do i ave to buy win 10 as much as i hate it

renegade600 January 28th, 2020 11:33 AM

you need to check your computers manufacturers website, search for your specific computer model and see if they have win10 drivers for your computer

https://www.cnet.com/how-to/actually...ade-heres-how/

littleone January 31st, 2020 05:02 PM

It tells me this device s not comatible with win 10, contact manufactuer?

Murf February 4th, 2020 05:27 PM

1. Run sfc to check system files;

Need to open a command line with administrative privileges
  • Start Menu>All Programs>Accessories
  • Right click on Command Prompt
  • Click Run As Administrator

Once the window opens, type in the following;

sfc /scannow (hit<enter>)

Can take awhile


Once that is done, reboot and hopefully does not take forever.

Then do this:

Download Malwarebytes here:
https://downloads.tomsguide.com/Malw...301-25757.html

Install and run it, (Note When installing watch the screen do not install anything else except Malwarebytes. When you open it, may say free trial, just ignore it.

Once the scan is done let it fix whatever it finds. Now reboot again

List the Make and Model of your computer and we can check on Windows 10 compatibility for you.


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