Question about Lenovo 3000 N200 Notebook - Intel Celeron M 530 1.73GHz - 15.4" WXGA - 512MB DDR2 SDRAM - 80GB - Com... PC Notebook
When i press ctrl+alt+del together it is doing nothing, not sure why this is not working suddenly...
Your computer might have been infected with malware that turns off certain services.
Download Spybot, get the updates, search and destroy, fix selected problems, press the immunize tab, immunize and reboot.
That will stop the malware in it's tracks. Now it might be necessary to clean the registry.. download nCleaner, run, click Clean System, and clean first the registry(the button on the right) and then the system (on the left). Just click yes whenever the prompts appear.
Now, if necessary, reboot again, but it's probably not necessary.
Hope this helps
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