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Nov
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comment Is installing Windows 7 in-situ (on a machine running Windows already) less clean that installing at boot time?
Updated answer to address your question. Hope that helps.
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revised Is installing Windows 7 in-situ (on a machine running Windows already) less clean that installing at boot time?
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Nov
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answered Firefox Hijacked
Nov
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answered Is installing Windows 7 in-situ (on a machine running Windows already) less clean that installing at boot time?
Sep
18
comment Window-scrolling suddenly began to “drag”. What should I do?
If it just happened recently, it is possible to try a system restore to an earlier date when you know things were working. But I would only try this if you are unable to locate the correct video driver or get it to automatically install from device manager. In some cases, a missing graphics driver like that can also be a sign of malware, but not necessarily.
Sep
18
comment Window-scrolling suddenly began to “drag”. What should I do?
Usually the model is on a sticker on the bottom of the laptop if they haven't been removed. The manufacturer name is probably printed on the case somewhere. The model may be around the bezel of the screen or near the keyboard sometimes too. If the laptop is sold in china then the stickers may all have the model in chinese too.
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revised Window-scrolling suddenly began to “drag”. What should I do?
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Sep
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comment Window-scrolling suddenly began to “drag”. What should I do?
Updated my answer to try to help you out more.
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answered Window-scrolling suddenly began to “drag”. What should I do?
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Sep
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comment Memory is being appropriated
If you set Internal Graphics Mode Select to Disabled and Boot Graphic Adapter Priority to PCI Express/PCI do you get it all back? Also, you are running a 64-bit OS correct?