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Pc freezing up

When i try to access my e-mail, or a web site it lock's up and I have to end task to get out of it.

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    Lee Hodgson May 11, 2010

    will it let you access the internet at all and does the machine only do this when you use these two apps?

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You need realtime virus scanner to keep you safe from the net when surfing, mybe you got virus or something nasty thats why your pc is freezing up. Scan your whole system with anti virus, then try to optimize your system and internet settings.

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There is a strong chance that you got something nasty which keep connecting on the net when you
are using these apps.

I suggest an online scan with Kaspersky and a malware scan asap.


Posted on Nov 21, 2008

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