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I use Microsoft Windows XP Professional SP2

My Computer Fujitsu Always hang.i mean it stopped the computer and it disturb me from typing and playing games.can anyone solve my problem??? email ur answer to azri_yen@yahoo.com

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Download this utility and save it to your desktop. Disable any antivirus or anti-malware applications

you have running. Double click the icon once the download is completed. Do not interfere with the

program once it begins. You can sit back and let this utility do its job including the installation of

Windows Recovery Console.

Make sure also that your machine meets system requirements for the games you intend to play.

Update your display drivers and acquire the latest directx drivers.

When complete restart your computer and click START.....RUN.....then type msconfig

and click OK. Click BOOT.INI and under "operating systems" view the order they

appear in and if the one you want to load on boot is listed second......highlight the

first one and click "move down". Next reboot the machine to view the change you've

made. You want the Recovery Console /cmdcons to be placed as your second

boot option. Conceptual View

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Good Luck.........Nate P.




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