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one thing that you can do is turn on the auto login feature if the screen goes blank or the login session times out. I am not aware of any reason why the system would time out. The auto login setting will log you in in the event your screen goes blank.
it could be a problem with hard drive, try replacing it with a spare hd , if its still the same then maybe you could take out internal battery and put it back in ,even take out mem and put back in at same time of taking out internal battery ,it could help resolving the problems.
Open the browser page.
Goto Tools menu-> Internet Options -> Contents -> Click on Auto Complete.
In the Auto Complete settings window, remove all the check marks, click on "Clear Forms" and "Clear Passwords."
Come back to Internet Options screen and click on Advanced tab. Click on " Restore Defaults" and click OK.
Refresh and try login to Facebook.
Welcome to Fixya Support I am Michelle, and i will be assisting you regarding the issue
please restart the system and tap the F8 key on initial system logo.
in the advanced menu select the safe mode option.
login as an administrator if you are able to login, perform a system restore
click start...in the search box type system restore
in the window that appears, restore computer to earlier date and time and click next select a date may be a week or 2 back when system was running fine and click next follow the onscreen steps
in case you are not able to logon then you need to perform a repair of windows.
Please let me know the operating system you are using xp,vista or windows 7 so that i can accordingly share the repair steps with you.
try checking your disk / disk permissions (note:to verify disk you must start from the os x cd at the top of the screen click utilities -> disk utility->repair disk)in the finder window after login you can press command N (apple key and N key at the same time) open the applications folder and find the utilities folder open utilities folder and double click 'Disk Utility' select the disk you wish to repair from the list on the left and click repair disk permissions (note you should back up important files before performing any disk repair utilities) also if you cannot log into the finder you can simply insert the os x disk and hold the C key down after the first boot chime this will start from the cd drive (which may take a little while)
try clicking on the auto-run file in the CDs folder. if still you cant get it to auto-run or start installing clean the cd and make sure you have the install disc in not the play disc or the cinematic disc