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  1. I installed a fresh copy of Ubuntu 14.04 & Windows 8.1 just Yesterday. Now in Windows 8 There is a pecular problem. Whenever i interact with any object on the screen, the computer freezes, for about 30-40 secs. This happens almost all the time say 5-6 times in 10 minutes. The reason behind this was that DISK ACTIVE TIME which is shown by Task Manager spikes up to 100% & stays there for about a minute or so. But in Ubuntu, none of these things happen I can use Ubuntu Lag free comfortably The same thing used to happen with my previous Drive, so i got it replaced from WD, but even aft
  2. For some mysterious reason, my PC (running Windows 7) has started scheduling a disk check every time a start up. This is obviously annoying as it takes time and is unnecessary. I have to watch out each time for the 'press any key' message to put a stop to it. On the advice of our friendly computer nerd, I've gone through the procedure: Right mouse click on C drive. Select Properties. Select Tools. Click on check now for error checking. Tick both boxes offered. Click OK. Reboot. The PC, of course, then goes through whole shebang of full disk checking (takes a couple of hours; meanwhile
  3. I have a rather strange situation on my hands. You see, here at my new workplace, we have a certain industrial machine which requires several programs and drivers which, in turn, only run on Windows 95. In addition, the installation CDs for said programs and drivers have evidently been missing for the last ten years. Up until now, we have been using a Compaq Prolinea 4/66 which is probably older than I am, but it's on its last legs and so it has fallen to the resident assistant IT tech (me) to come up with a solution that doesn't cost the company any money. Now, I happen to have an old HP
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