My gf's dad has a few problems with his machine and I'm stumped on them.
It's a Packard Bell machine with an AthlonXP processor, 512mb Ram, Sony
DVD-Writer (recently installed replacing a Samsung CD writer/DVD combo),
Windows XP w/ SP2 and all up to date patches.
Problem 1: Windows XP takes a couple of minutes to shut down and can
sometimes take even longer. It's a recent install of XP with SP2. Other than
that the only other things of note that are installed are Norton Antivirus
2003 and Kazaa Lite Resurrection.
Problem 2: When playing back mp3's the songs sometimes play in slow motion,
either from the start or from about halfway through. He uses Kazaa Lite's
built in player. I upgraded it Kazaa Lite Resurrection after I reinstalled
Windows XP and the problem went away, but now it has returned.
Problem 3: He has 2 hard drive's installed, c: is 80gb, d: is 10gb. When
Windows XP was installed it formatted both c: and d: but installed on d:.
Can I copy the contents of d: to c: and have it boot Windows from c: with no
Thanks in advance.