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Old 04-19-03, 02:27 PM   #1
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Default HOW to Clean out my comPUTer??

I have a hp pavilion 7850. Ive had it for sometime now, like 2 years. I get alot of errors with it. Ive tryed to fix them individually but it doesn't work. And to speed stuff up i usually defrag and virus scan and Mcaffee quickclean it. (helps alot)

What im trying to say is... Do you think I should nuke my computer and use my recovery disks that came with my computer?? And if i should HOW DO I DO IT?

And also I want to save my Counter-strike stuff, thats one important thing, ALL my maps and stuff. I dont want them erased all, please help me out.

So please help me out, thanks.

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Old 04-21-03, 08:00 PM   #2
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just use the recovery disk that came with your HP to reinstall everything. it's the only true way how to *clean up* your pc of junk
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Old 04-28-03, 12:16 PM   #3
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Default hp pavilion hurts you

all i've ever seen from hp pavilions is bad mojo... i would nuke it, and be careful what you put on it afterwards..
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