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SLOW loading pgs., system tray error-navigation is unidentified.

My computer is barely crawling! Won't hardly load pages & displays a
''navigation is unidentified'' message in the system tray. And most of the time says page is done with error. Barely can load my gmail, & I can't retrieve it. I have ran scans in my avg, spybot,& in
Windows Defender. Shows no viruses or spyware present. Updates for Winows, AVG, & Spybot, are all current up through today. Please can you tell me what I can do? I'm giving you my daughter's email address
here in my details since I can't get my mail. Please send me an email there as well: cgigstad@mripa.org
Linda K.

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  • Thomas F. Schneider May 11, 2010

    Have you cleaned and defraged the hard drive?


    Tried system restore to an earlier date?

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