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your PCs husband died, sorry my bad.... LOL
slow is a subjective term , to me all PCs are slow.
(unless I lay my grimy mitts on them)
How much RAM do you have 1gig?
is your HDD full?
did you upgrade to SSD but wise if fast is your aim,
is the PC infected. ?
is your AV engine running, at least windows defender + free malwarebytes.
what music where, mp3 files in a folder? or what are they?
the extension of the file name matters. mp3 is common,
wav is too but are huge and slow, but best sound of all.
how many are there, 10 or 10,000.?
what player are you using,.?
I'd never touch MS media player ever. not me,?
run fast free players that don't track you.
if most windows screens are fast, and only MP3s are slow
say that first. if all things are slow say that. I can not guess or see you do things. (my PC has over 100apps and runs fast)

try BOOM player free.

https://perkele.cc/software/boom

lean and mean, and supports
: MP3, Ogg Vorbis, FLAC, Musepack (MPC), WavPack, WAV, AIFF, MP4/M4A, WMA.

or get VLC from, French, it runs too fast and not spyware.
I love VLC, as to 100s millions of others.
if all of windows acts slow run CCcleaner, free. find the free on.
defrag your hdd if it is a hdd,
if the hdd is near full , clean it out of old things not need
or clone it to a larger HDD. better to SSD.
safe and (makers page)
https://www.videolan.org/vlc/

HP Audio Players... | Answered on Oct 31, 2018


You need to download the audio driver from the Compaq/HP WEB support/download page. Make sure you select your model laptop and the XP or Vista Windows version of the driver you require and install them. Click on this link to download the drivers: -
www.compaq.com/country/cpq_support.html

www.hp.com/#Support

HP Audio Players... | Answered on Sep 27, 2018


Windows 7 - black screen with blinking cursor
  1. Remove any CDs, DVDs, or memory cards from the computer.
  2. Disconnect all devices from the computer except the original mouse, monitor, and keyboard. Leave the power cord connected.
    1. Restart the computer.
    If it starts normally, start plugging devices in one at a time until you find one that may be causing the black screen
    1. Press the F10 key repeatedly during the first startup screen until the Entering setup message displays.
    2. Press the F5 key to restore the defaults. Use the arrow keys to select YES , and press Enter .
    3. Press the F10 key to save the changes and exit. Use the arrow keys to select YES , and press Enter .
      The computer restarts.
    4. If a Windows Error Recovery screen displays when the system restarts, select Start Windows Normally , and press Enter .
  • If this doesn't resolve it, follow the procedure below.
  • HP 5188-7103... | Answered on Mar 23, 2018


    Unplug any external devices except the mouse, keyboard and monitor. Try booting that way. If that doesn't work open the side cover and remove the data cable and reinsert it on the hard drive. Do the same for the power cable. Sometimes that's all it takes. If is still doesn't work, then have the power supply tested to make sure all operating voltages are present.

    HP Audio Players... | Answered on Jan 30, 2018


    Are you saying that the woofer (big one) is connected to the same speakers in the same unit? Or is the Woofer on it's own?
    If it is connected, then one of two things has happened. First the coil or connection to the speaker has broken or gone. The connection can easily be fixed with solder.
    If it is the coil, then what you need to do is isolate the speaker from the rest. Then get a 1.5 volt battery and connect one end to one of the speaker connections and then the other end of the battery to the other, but for only a short time. If the speaker is working then the cone should move and it should pop. If it doesn't do either the speaker coil or speaker has failed and my guess is you will need to buy a replacement. If it does pop then it's good.
    Your next step is to look at the crossover unit that connects all the speakers. Again check the connection wires and make certain they are good. You will see some large Inductors and capacitor(s) these control the bass section. You could replace the capacitor, it's likely to be a none polarised one. But check the inductor over too. It could have a bad connection.

    HP GM325AA#ABA 2... | Answered on Jan 29, 2018


    Sounds like it has a memory issue and gets a 'stack overflow'.
    Check the memory.

    HP Audio Players... | Answered on Jan 15, 2018


    Return it to the store with the receipt.

    HP Audio Players... | Answered on Jan 13, 2018


    A laptop that overheats has serious problem on it in the first place. It needs a technician to look at the laptop to see what is wrong with it.

    HP Refurbished... | Answered on Jan 05, 2018


    have you reset it? to its factory default

    HP Pavilion... | Answered on Dec 03, 2017


    Unfortunately it is not the sort of thing that can be achieved, remotely.

    HP Officejet Pro... | Answered on Sep 27, 2017

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