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My computer hangs up when i try to copy something from one location to other in my PC.also i cannot open my registry editor or task manager.when i try i get the message that they are disabled by administrator.i did scan my PC but found no viruses.

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Hi , Remove the network cable and boot the system login as an local administrator and go to the task manager check if any service is eating more RAM . End the task and go to run and type msconfig and enter.go to services and disable all and then coneect the network cable to PC and reboot. Check if you are able to copy or can edit the registry , If every instance is fine then type msconfig in run and enable what services is required .

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