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your System may be slow due to following reason - Too many programs running at startup or in the background - Data Corruption, hard disk fragmentation - Missing Windows updates or outdated drivers - Not enough hard drive space, too many unused programs - Left over programs, old cached and temporary files So Follow these steps to fix computer freezes problem:: - Delete all the temp files - Remove unused programs - install latest drivers from the manufacturer site - Install and run antispyware software - Free up wasted space with Disk Cleanup tool - Defragment your hard disk drive If you are unable to perform above tasks then use a single utility tool like PC Fresher that will fix windows errors that cause of system slow
There should be no need to run memtest again. 7 passes should be considered a sufficient test.
Some antivirus suites have been known to actually cause crashes in Windows 7 with certain system configurations. If removing your antivirus solves your problem, you have found your culprit. You can switch to microsoft security essentials if you need to. It's not the greatest thing ever but it does work.
Try defragmentibg the hard drive. It will be under your accessory tools section. It should talk a wgile so I recommend letting it run while you sleep. If this does not work, you may have a problem with the hard drive itself. I would recommend saving any files you need to a jump drive first. Then replace the hard drive. And other questions shoot ten my way.
There are a number of reasons but mainly 2 kinds causing a PC running slow. Outdated hardware or poor system maintenance. If possible, try upgrade hardware configuration such as add more RAM etc. Otherwise try this program Speed up PC to diagnose & fix the slow pc for issues. Best regards!
THERE MAY BE 2 REASONS. 1)FRAGMENTED FILES : TO DE FRAGMENT THE DRIVES OR FILES -RIGHT CLICK ON MY COMPUTER -->SELECT MANAGE-->AND EXPAND THE STORAGE OPTION IN LIST(CLICK ON + SYMBOL OF STORAGE) CLICK ON DISK DE FRAGMENTER -->SELECT ONE DRIVE DRIVE--->CLICK ON DE FRAGMENT TAB-->IT STARTS DE FRAGMENTING .IT TAKES SOME TIME TO DE FRAGMENT .AFTER DETRAGMENTING ONE DRIVE ,DE FRAGMENT THE OTHER DRIVES AND CLOSE IT. 2)DOUBLE CLICK ON MY COMPUTER---> SELECT C:\ DRIVE OR THE DRIVE WHICH CONTAINS YOUR OPERATING SYSTEM-->SELECT WINDOWS (IF THERE ARE NO FOLDERS CLICK ON SHOW ALL HIDDEN FILES )FOLDER OPEN THE TEMP FOLDER & Prefetch AND DELETE ALL IT'S CONTENTS. PLEASE GIVE VOTINGS TO IMPROVE MY PROBLEM SOLVING SKILLS
Dirt and clogged fans vents and Heatsinks - When your CPU overheats it will either slowdown to a crawl then hang before shutting down.
Virus and Spyware infection - These nasties tend to run processes that will either slowdown your PC will hang if you run out of resources.
Heavily fragmented drive - throughout the time that your PC is running every time you access a file it tends to settle in a different location than where it originally was. fragmented files launch slower if you run out of resources while the file is launching PC will freeze.
Too many programs running at once or too many startup items are loading in your taskbar. - Startup programs run continously while PC is on leaving you with little to barely enough resources to work with.
Insufficient Memory,CPU or Hard Drive capacity - these three are the heart and soul of your computer they need breathing rooms so their capacities dont get exhausted by normal PC usage.
Failing hardware components and faulty hard drive. - When your PC runs out of memory room it uses the spare space in your hard drive it's called the Page File. If your hard drive is faulty your PC will have problems accessing the Page File it will then Hang.