Processor P3 /500
Memory 256M SDRAM
Graphics (onboard) Nvidia TNT AGP 16M SDRAM 3D
Sound (onboard) creative SB Audio PCI 64V
Motherboard Intel SR 440 BX
Hard drive 1 Standard type 47 12GB
Hard drive 2 Standard type 47 20GB (2 partitions)
DVD and CD R/W drives
Norton Antivirus 2000
Display running in 1024 x 768 true colour 32bit
NTL cable modem
After running the PC for a few hours the windows clock slows down. It loses about 30 minutes in four hours. During this time the mouse pointer becomes erratic and sometimes cannot be controlled at all The mouse pointer problem is more prominent when using the internet. The mouse rollers are clean.
Rebooting the system and the time reverts to the correct time thus eliminating the motherboard clock. I regularly update the virus identities, and have found no viruses performing a complete system check.