I would please like some help with a possible de-partitioning and slow pc problem, from anyone who might be able to help me.
I have a desktop pc running XP Home Edition sp3. I believe that the motherboard is a Radion 7200. The pc has 767MB of RAM. The hard drive before partitioning was 10GB. An acquaintance partitioned the hard drive some time ago. The C partition is now 4.77MB NFTS with only 729MB available free space. The D partition is now 4.76MB FAT32 with 2.85GB free space.
Before I added the half gigabyte chip to RAM which had previously only been 256MB, the pc was doing the work as if it was really overloaded, and often it just couldn’t get anywhere. I added the half gigabyte and now it seems to be not confused at all, however, it is still very slow.
I thought that maybe the partitioned hard drive, or the very full C partition was causing the slowness.
I would be glad to hear from anyone who has an informed suggestion about how I could speed-up the pc, and do you think that de-partitioning would help matters.
Thanks for reading this and I hope to hear from you.