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  1. #1

    Major Computer Help

    I thought I was installing Windows XP on my pc, but it ended up being Windows NT, but I already had that. So now I have two windows NT and one ME. Problem is that now my internet runs real slow and it acts like it's detecting proxy settings even though I turned the option off. Also whenever I tried to defrag my pc I get load of errors. Sometimes it says it's out of memory, but its not. So whats the problem?

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    Install XP like you intended to.
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    Wipe the offending PC and start again. I am guessing if it's a new install then you probably dont have too much reinstalled.
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    Um what do you mean wipe the offending pc. If you mean to completely clean my pc I really can't cause I have over 12 gigs of stuff on my computer...I just want to know if there is a way to fix this without wiping my computer.

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    The is quite likely a fix for this, but it will be a long and very drawn out process for someone like yourself (no offense). I'd suggest running a few virus scans, and check for offending spyware that could be messing with your internet settings. A fresh start would cetainly see the end of your problems, but this is generally seen only as a last resort.

    My advice would be google around for some anti-virus and anti-spyware tools, and then have someone check your internet and/or modem/router settings for you.

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    Please delete this. Wrong topic.

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    Originally posted by Heymish
    The is quite likely a fix for this, but it will be a long and very drawn out process for someone like yourself (no offense). I'd suggest running a few virus scans, and check for offending spyware that could be messing with your internet settings. A fresh start would cetainly see the end of your problems, but this is generally seen only as a last resort.

    My advice would be google around for some anti-virus and anti-spyware tools, and then have someone check your internet and/or modem/router settings for you.
    I did that so many times already. No viruses or anything. Had someone to check my net. Nothing wrong.

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