Your Toshiba Satellite A105-S4334 laptop computer seems to run very slowly. You have removed the laptop battery and are only using the active current power supply adapter. The blue light emitting diode power indicator light on your Toshiba laptop computer seems to dim quite often.
You cleaned up any unnecessary files, folders, programs, cache, cache, etc. from your laptop computer hard drive. Microsoft Windows defragmenter program did not recommend running a defragmentation session. The first thing you can try is to check to make sure your laptop computer fan is actually spinning.
Also, you can verify whether or not the fan has dust blocking the fan vent or not. Your computer might actually be overheating and then powering off. If your laptop fan is not spinning and running, that is most likely your problem.
It might be a good idea to blow it out with canned air or carefully with compressed air. I assume that you have anti-virus software installed and, at the very least, a Microsoft Windows defender installed. You could perform a full anti-virus, malware, and spyware system scan with a Microsoft Windows defender software program already installed.
A malware, spyware, or virus infected computer can display symptomatic slowness. In other words, a slow computer can be caused by malware, spyware, or viruses. Also, you can use a free program called CCleaner, to clean up any additional files, as well as the Microsoft Windows registry on your Toshiba laptop computer.
Apple Macintosh and Microsoft Windows operating systems are susceptible to slowness if certain files accumulate. The Microsoft Windows registry has time out values. Often, times when programs are removed, they do not clean up after themselves very well, thus causing the registry to search for and adhere to time out values, which can cause overall slowness.
The culprit could be that computer's random access memory too. You might want to reseat the random access memory modules and hard drive. Both failing random access memory modules and hard drive could cause your Toshiba laptop computer to become slower than usual.
You just take out the random access memory module(s) and hard drive, then reinstall them. I recommend blowing out your laptop fan too, even if you cannot see large dust particles. You can use canned air or an air compressor.
If you use an air compressor, you want to become cautious and try to regulate the air flow, as an air compressor could possibly damage certain computer components. I have seen computers run much better after just having their fans cleaned with compressed air or canned air. Dust built up in even a desktop computer can and will cause the computer to overheat. It is important that any computer heat sinks, graphics processors, microprocessors, etc. are free of dust.
Basically, any dust can cause the computer to become hotter. Fans and heat sinks are designed to cool the computer. Also, you want to allow proper ventilation into your Toshiba laptop computer. Placing laptop computers on surfaces such as carpets might run hotter, so to speak.
You want to place your laptop computer on harder surfaces with proper air flow. This way, you mitigate an untimely disaster such as your computer powering off while you were working on it because it overheated. Hopefully, these tips help you to diagnose your slow computer problem.
A105 Satellite - Tips to Improve Your Slow Toshiba A105-S4334 Video Transcript
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models not just this one specifically
your Toshiba Satellite 8 1 0 5s 4 3 3 4
seems to run very slowly you have
removed a battery and are only using an
AC adapter a blue LED power indicator
light on your computer seems to dim you
cleaned out your hard drive defragment
or did not recommend running a
defragmentation session you can check to
make sure your laptop fan is spinning
also you can check if that fan has dust
blocking a fan vent your computer might
be overheating and powering off if your
laptop fan is not spinning and running
that is your problem it might be a good
idea to blow it out with canned air or
with compressed air I assume you have
anti-virus software installed you could
perform a full system scan with
malwarebytes and seek cleaner or
whatever your preferred malware scan and
file cleanup utility is you don't
necessarily have to use malwarebytes or
CCleaner it could be your memory too you
might want to reseat your memory and
hard drive you just take out memory
module the plural if there's more than
one and hard drive and then reinstall
them I recommend blowing out your laptop
fan 2 even if you can't see large dust
particles I've seen computers run much
better after just having their fans
cleaned with compressed air or canned
air if you use an air compressor
here's a quick caveat be careful you
make sure you use the right type of tip
or you might have to use your thumb
because you don't want too much air to
blow into a fan area or anywhere on a
laptop even a desktop computer because
it can damage the small components but
compressors are excellent to blow out
dust from laptops and desktops that
could be your issue your computer is
just overheating because your fans
same thing with heatsink the heatsink
might have too much dust and then
therefore the gaps between the metal the
fins are clogged and then that can also
cause your computer to overheat the
microprocessor to get to out hopefully
this information was productive and you
solved your laptop that is running slow
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