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Over time your computer, like your car, doesn't run as well as it once
did. You may do all the things you're supposed to ...
like defragment the
hard drive, clean the registry, remove junk files and so on. Often,
after a period of time, it's not your maintenance that's the problem.
More likely your copy of Windows has become corrupted. Through power
outages, power surges, turning the computer off improperly, and many
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Hi, this is Michael Callahan, Doctor File Finder and welcome to your Butterscotch.com special 10-part series in reinstalling Windows XP. Now, in this first segment I’m going to talk briefly about why you might want or need to reinstall your operating system. The fact to the matter is that after a period of time your computer will start to act sluggish. If you look under sluggish PC on Google you can see that there are all kinds of things about the PCs getting sluggish. If you look under repairing XP you’ll see that there’s still more things about what could possibly be wrong and how can we repair it. If you look under slow PC still more ideas and programs to help you speed it up.
But sometimes it has nothing to do with whether you’ve maintained the computer correctly. What it is, is that your copy of windows overtime had simply become corrupted from power outages, power failures, improperly turning of your computer without shutting down windows correctly and a host of other things. This caused different little segments of windows to become corrupt. So that it doesn’t quite function the way it did when it was new. So the thing to do in that case is to start from scratch and simply reinstall the operating system and what’s called a clean install.
So in this 10-part series I’m going to show you step-by-step how to go through and reinstall Windows XP and be able to maintain all of your data so that when you end up you’re going to have a machine that’s running faster and smoother and with fewer errors than you currently do because it will be a fresh install. So I’m excited about this 10-part series. I hope you will be too and that concludes part one.