Originally Posted by popophobia
Just to remind you that the adapter take in AC power, which means you have to divide that number for square root of 2 to have an average wattage.
So are you saying that,...
My power adapter for the S460P was chewed by my dog, so it's not safe to use anymore. So I am planning to buy a replacement from third party manufacturer, such as Kensington 120W adapter since it's cheaper.
However, I don't...
I think I finally found the issue. It's Spy Sweeper v.4.5 that's causing it when it does the Spy "Sweeping" (scanning). I logged a ticket to WebRoot, maker of the Spy Sweeper software. Let's see what will happen.
Originally Posted by KAROLOYDI
Have you tried one of these programs that defragment the ram?
Here's one I found after a quick search:
I am going to do what you suggested. The only non-Windows system process I have are:
- Norton AntiVirus
- Spy Sweeper
- Dell WLAN driver
I think there may be a couple more, but need to check when I am at...
Originally Posted by Keane3
Maybe you should turn the computer off each night. That's what I've always done with my desktop.
That's not the answer to the problem, though. Whatever causing the memory...
I have a Dell 9100 Inspiron with 1 Gb of memory. I recently started to use "Task Manager" to monitor my CPU and memory usage (by the process) and I noticed that the memory usage is increasing EXPONENTIALY over...
For my Dell Inspiron 9100, I got Corsair XMS memory and it really made the machine smokin!! But Corsair does not sell XMS for the S460 type memory. Hence, what would people recommended the best memory for the S460P?
I am leaning...
I think I found the solution! Based on the weblink provided by Sabewalk (http://windowsxp.mvps.org/slowrightclick.htm), it has a reference about removing the right-click menu for Intel Integrated Graphics. I didn't tried this...