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Kasem94
Posts: 4
Registered: ‎07-05-2012
Location: New York
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Just bought B575 two days ago, it is slow!

So I bought my B575 about two days ago and it is very slow. I first uninstalled the bestbuy desktop manager and i also deleted the lenovo face recognition and a few other lenovo programs. The only ones that are left are Lenovo security suite and lenovo telephony start now and the lenovo one key recovery and finally lenovo easy camera. Which of the remaining lenovo programs should i delete? I believe this laptop is slow because of 100% cpu constantly and it may be coming from all of this extra stuff best buy put into this laptop, since i deleted some of the lenovo programs the laptop has been faster. Any help would be appreciated, thank you!

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Duck3
Posts: 2,089
Registered: ‎07-13-2009
Location: USA
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Re: Just bought B575 two days ago, it is slow!

I think you have the option to do a Factory Restore,
which would not have any of the BB add-ons.
First burn your recovery disks.

Look for the Lenovo Rescue and Recovery program for both.
(May have the name wrong)

At least then you would only have to deal with removing
some unwanted programs. Use caution if removing
Lenovo software, some may be important, though it
may not appear to be!

If you have a manual...Check there also, and others may
have and post the exact steps for a Factory Recovery.

Another option is ask BB to restore it for you, as you are
unhappy with the way they set it up.
Blue Screen Again
Kasem94
Posts: 4
Registered: ‎07-05-2012
Location: New York
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Re: Just bought B575 two days ago, it is slow!

If I do a factory restore do I need to have the windows 7 CD? because best buy did not give me any of the CD's with this laptop. 

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Duck3
Posts: 2,089
Registered: ‎07-13-2009
Location: USA
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Re: Just bought B575 two days ago, it is slow!

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No, there is a Restore partition on the hard drive.
No Win disk supplied.

But, make the restore disks FIRST, they will have
Windows and all original programs, drivers, etc.

Then try the Factory Restore from within Windows,
or by pushing the Recovery button when laptop is off.

Please read manual, all this should be there, and I have
not used the Recovery program lately, so I could be wrong!

 

(Looked it up, called OneKey Rescue System. Page 23 of Manual.)