The program freezes up all the time and is driving me nuts. I have searched and even reinstalled and ran RegCure which I read was supposed to help this problem. It didn't. I have a Toshiba Satellite A135, S4727. I recently had to reinstall the hard drive from disk due to malware or something I encountered. I don't know is the disk does not have all the info on it or what. It came from Toshiba when I ordered it. Thank you for any help you can give me.
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Insert the Windows disk into the computer. Restart the computer. Press any key as prompted to boot from the disk.2 Select your language, keyboard, and currency preferences. Click "Repair your computer."3 Select the drive containing Windows and press "Next" to detect and repair problems with the operating system. OR how to fix Microsoft Internet Explorer when it is not responding to return to surfing the web Click the "Start" menu button in
the lower-right corner of your computer screen. Click "Run" and type
"msconfig" in the search field. A dialog box will appear that lists all
software programs enabled to run when you turn on your computer. Disable
all of the programs except for essential services such as your
anti-virus software and firewall. Restart your PC.2 Hold down "Ctrl," "Alt" and
"Delete" on your keyboard simultaneously. This will activate the Windows
Task Manager. Select iexplorer.exe" in the list of running programs
and click "End Task." Continue to Step 3 if that does not close the
Internet Explorer browser.3 Click the "Start" menu button. Select "Settings," then click "Control Panel."4 Click "Add/Remove Programs."
Double-click the Microsoft Internet Explorer icon and select "Internet
Tools." Click "Repair Internet Explorer" and press "OK." Microsoft
Windows will scan your copy of Internet Explorer for errors or bugs and
fix them.5 Open "My Computer," accessible
on your PC desktop or in the "Start" menu. Right-click on your "C:
Drive" and select "De fragment Occasionally, your hard drive might
misplace program data, which results in software freezing or not
responding. Repeat the defragment process with the "D: Drive" and any
other hard drive partitions.6 Click the "Start" menu button and select "Restart" to reboot your computer and apply the changes made in Step 7 Return to browsing the web with Internet Explorer.
try hitting control>shift>escape at the same time to bring up task manager. then, go to the task manager "file" tab, and select "run" type in "explorer" and hit enter. if windows does not open, then you will have to reinstall explorer.exe in your windows folder.
find a computer with the same version of windows as your own, and hook up your hard drive as an external or secondary drive in that machine. copy the file "explorer.exe" from the windows folder on that computer to the windows folder of your laptop drive.
if that doesnt wortk, you will have to find some sort of registry repair utility that can be booted, i.e. ran without windows. or, perhqaps, you have blocked yourself out of the windows folder with permissions or group policy...
youll prolly have to reinstall windows in the end, cause explorer.exe doesnt usually disapear unless there are other problems
browser.dll can also be reinstalled, it basically is just needed for internet explorer.
Could be a program running in background. Try to go to msconfig ( click on start, run, and type msconfig). On the startup items, disable all and reboot. See if the performance improves. If it does, enable startup program on msconfig one by one and reboot. to check what startup item is causing the slow performance. If it does not improve, might be an unnecessary driver for the system. Reinstall windows xp.
It freezes because one of the programs set to start at boot crashes. To identify which immediately after booting open Task Manager and look at the processes - one should reach 99% CPU use. Once you have found it stop it from launching at boot or just uninstall it.
Sounds like your is overheating. You might want to make sure your CPU fan is spinning. Another good thing you can do is download a little program called speedfan http://www.filehippo.com/download_speedfan/
this will tell you the internal temp of your processor and hard drives and if your fans are running. If the fans are running and the cpu is staying cool, I would then do a full bios test on the hard drive itself as well as a chkdsk /x through a command prompt on the hard drive (from safe mode). Let me know if these don't resolve the issue.