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PC stops responding to mouse or keyboard inputs

PC computer, microsoft XP, boots up easily and no problems unless I stop working (mouse or keyboard inputs) FOR 10-15 minutes. Then no response to mouse or keyboard inputs. I can only turn off by interupting power input. When I restart everything is OK again. This aplies to Google functions and microsoft word functions.

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  • sandyb15 Mar 05, 2009

    Google is open using 3% of storage and microsoft word is open with 90% open memory capacity. This situation occurs even when google is not open (not connected to the net) and only word is operating. As long as I keep working it is ok. If I quit using the keyboard and mouse for about 10-15 minutes then the computer will not accept inputs and the screen strays as it was.


    When this situation occurs the computer does not respond to ctl+alt+del direction to go to task manager

  • sandyb15 Mar 06, 2009

    1. Antivirus NOD 32
    2. No other system crashes
    3. Google g mail

  • sandyb15 Mar 06, 2009

    It Worked, the problem has gonwe away. Thanks!! I still wonder what was the problem in the first place.
    Sandy

  • EinsteinKid
    EinsteinKid May 11, 2010

    Ok! Can you give more info.
    1. antiVirus program and and firewalls you are using.
    2. Do you experience system crashes when other programs running?
    3. What do u mean by Google! Google desktop, Google talk or Google search?
    Thanks!



  • EinsteinKid
    EinsteinKid May 11, 2010

    Can you tell me what major processes running and their memory usage.
    Thanks

    Use ctl+alt+del
    or right click on the status bar to open the task manger.

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Check u r pc from malware if u dont have download from malwarebytes.org

and run dialafix software tool for bug fixing. URL: http://vjdialafix.notlong.com/

Posted on Mar 06, 2009

  • NANDAKISHORE
    NANDAKISHORE Mar 06, 2009

    Your system might be infected with malware this will eats all the memory and slows down the pc. Not only slowing pc it will pass the important information to hackers. 


    If any thing required keep on posting to fixya


    Thanks & regards
    Nandu :)

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