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When i turn my computer on it freeze i dont get any response what could be the problem

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Turn your computer on and begin pushing the key F8 up and down until you get a screen.Then choose the option last known good configuration, hopefully that will take care of your problem.

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Computer freezing


  • The most common problem that causes computers to freeze up periodically is the presence of a computer virus.Download one of best antivirus and perform virus removal operation on all disks.

  • Also run a disk cleanup program to delete temporary and cache files that might be infected file may be responsible for freezing problems.

  • If your problem is not solved then you may have persistent malware on your computer .Install anti-malware software.


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Sep 03, 2012 | PC Desktops

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Computer common problems easy fix.


The most common problem with computers is them freezing up.
When applications dont load or freeze up.
The easiest way to fix most problems is usually just the simple act of "rebooting" the computer.
Most of us already know that.
but just in case you dont heres how.
when the computer seems frozen and you seem to have waited longer for it to unfreeze than it takes for bread to toast.. you can try the following.
press and hold the crtl anf alt buttons and double tap the del button.
on older computers using windows 98- 2000 and millenium editions it will usually reboot the computer. also works with older versions.
with xp and vista you will usually fet a differernt screen that will allow you to choose various options.. choose restart.
another way is to click on the start button located on the bottom left of your screen and choose restart option. if the computer is so frozen that nothing works you can press and hold the power button unti lthe computer shuts down.. wait 30 seconds and turn the computer back on..if that doesnt work then you may have to turn of the power switch..but only if you have to..with laptops you will have to take out the battery. when the comp reboots the computer should be unfrozen..if not you will need more help ..just ask us..

on Feb 01, 2010 | PC Desktops

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After downloading a few games online, my computer been freezing up on me. It would freeze up 1 or 2 minute after i turn it on. I even tried to do a System Restore, but that would freeze up also. Even if...


Possibly a compatibility problem with software. Check your task manager for for new or unknown processes, and check your startup processes for such issues. Also scan your machine with an anti-virus and malware scanner.

Hope this helps, careful what you download, and always scan before opening.

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Oct 03, 2010 | PC Desktops

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This is a second Gateway pc FX6802-07c. It had been


That model's definitely a junker. I'd recommend an entirely different computer brand. If you could afford it, Sony is a good brand, as well as Samsung. Just stay away from the Vista OS, it's terrible. Try Windows XP or Windows 7 on your next computer after you get your money back.

Mar 21, 2010 | PC Desktops

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Hi , i turned on my desktop & left it so after a while the screen saver started as usuall but withing secs the monitor went blank and blinking as if there is no signal so i checked the signal cable...


your pc probably freezed up for some reason, you can turn it off by keep pressing the power button. After a few seconds it should power down. reboot the computer, he wil probably start a checkdisk and afterwards your computer should be fine. backup your pc asap, and try to find the reason for the freeze (recently installed new drivers/software?)

Dec 26, 2009 | Dell Dimension 5150 (DIM515MIN) PC Desktop

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Emachines w2828 keeps shutting down reboot/Screen Freeze


I dont thing this is a virus problem but a heat problem. if you dont mind getting inside the box see how clean it is and put your hand on the power box case .. then unplug all the hardware except the mother board then turn the unit on, if it goes on then plug 1 hardware at a time.

Sep 04, 2009 | E-Machines eMachines Desktop PC

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My computer is having difficulties turning on


I could be several problems, I would suggest unplugging everything except the keyboard. If you have another keyboard you can try that as well. If that doesn't work and you fell comfortable opening up the computer, I would try to remove a stick of RAM, and while you have the computer open, look to see if any of the capacitors are blown.

Apr 10, 2009 | E-Machines T3410 (RBT3410) PC Desktop

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Computer keeps freezing up and often gives me a message that says microsoft not responding


Did you install software recently? Did you add on any hardware? You might need to unistall whatever you installed and/or remove whatever hardware you added.

How much memory you have? How many start up programs you have running in the background. There could be numerous things going on that would give you freezing and non response.

Jul 01, 2008 | HP PC Desktops

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Desktop video


Most probably its a issue with
1) SMPS / Power supply
2) Motherbaord - Short some where (Test it for earthing)

May 29, 2008 | PC Desktops

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Computer freez


i'd say your memory issues are clear..how much you got on that Sony?

check your computer warranty here

Mar 13, 2008 | Sony VAIO PCV-V210P PC Desktop

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