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try to delete large file or free space your disk , you can see your CPU proccess in task manager if your cpu work 100 % ,that makes your laptop become slow , try to disable program on start up windows->run->msconfig disable program and then try to maintain your laptop performance with utilities like advance system care or tune up utilities , defrag your harddisk , if your laptop still slow , try to reinstall your OS if this happen , then your hardware have trouble
You need to know the name of the update. http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-windows_update/updates-trying-to-install-over-and-over-again/2a624908-f4b1-46d8-87ed-caa09674ff4f try this
push buttons at same time: Alt, Ctrl and Delete to bring up five item menu. Choose the last one "Start Task Manager". Choose tab "Processes". Chose "show processes from all users. Click on CPU twice to order the processes from highest to lowest. System idle should be close to 99%. If there is a process that is taking up significant resources, then that is your problem.
Tip #1: Cut down of the programs and processes running in the background.--When you start your computer many unnecessary processes are loaded. You can eliminate this by managing your msconfig.
Here is how: 1. Open your Start menu. 2. Click Run 3. In the command screen type "msconfig.exe" 4. In the system configuration utility,click either service or startup tab. 5. Uncheck all programs that your are no longer want to run in the background. 6. Click OK
Tip #2: Defrag your Computer--The faster your computer can find
files the quicker it can shutdown. A very slow computer shutdown can
be the result of your hard drive trying to search for disorganized and
fragmented files that it needs for shutdown . Organize your hard drive
by performing a defragmentation. Here is how: 1. Open the Start Menu 2. Click on My Computer 3. Right Click your C: drive or your hard drive image. 4. Scroll down to the Properties and Click 5. In the Properties Menus, Open the Tools menu. 6. Choose Defragment Now. 7. In the Disk Deframenter menu. Click on Defragment
Tip #3: Clean your Registry- Usually slow computer shutdown often occurs due to a corrupted registry. You should perform a registry clean, use RegInOut to fix this issue instantly.
I do not know if I had the same problem, but similar. As far as I know, I did not delete the trash folder. However, it would not start. The "Every Moment.." screen would go on, then shut off.When I hooked it via USB to the PC, windows 7, the computer did not recognize it, the icons for it did not appear. So I tried turning it on rapidly, rapidly pressing any button, it flashed on continuously for a shorter period. Then I switched the left-hand buttons down, off ear-phone and off hold. Plugged i9t in again via USB and it went on. It is working. I tried taking it off "hold" before to no avail. Battery was just about dead. So I think what might have happened: when I tried to take it off hold before, the battery was too weak. Because I just kept trying to turn it on while taking it off hold, I caught that grace second when the battery sent a second of power. Of course, this theory of why it now works only holds water if in fact the PC will not recognize the walkman if it is on hold. Another theory is the PC can only detect the walkman if there's a little battery power sending signal to the PC. What ever,now it is working.
If you can make it to windows then go to start-run and type 'chkdsk' and hit enter. That will run check disk.
But I don't think that running a check disk will solve the problem, I am guessing that could be either a virus; because you tell me that norton went down at the same time your PC went down, in this case I recommend formating the drive; or it could be that your PC's cooler stopped working and the PC is overheating which causes an automatic shutdown to prevent the components from breaking down, in this case I recommend testing your PC's cooler and changing it if necessary.