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Sounds like your system needs a anti-virus issue. Restart the system hitting the F8 key as it begins to start until it the system gives you option of how to start the system scroll down to "LAST GOOD CONFIGURATION THAT WORKED" click on that. The system should start as normal, once it has go to your anti-virus and run that - then go and do a system restore to a point before it began having the freezing problem. This usually comes from movie sites with pop ups do not click on pop up only go to sites you initiate.
This sounds like hard drive issues, remove hardware and reseat it back in place, if no change! sub out the ram one at a time testing as you go.If still nothing! the hard drive needs to be a assessed for possible replacement.
your phone freezes becouse it has software or hardware problem or the Eprom chip has gone bad try re installation of phone operating system if there is no change the chip is bad I suggets u buy another phone
Cracking sound means either your HDD is going to die or lost of dust on ur FAN. if sound comes out from Fan side then you can blew dust out using air compressor cane for more over if you are handy on computer then just remove keyboard and blow away all dust (But this is not recommended if you are not well aware of taking parts apart). If its from HDD (Hard disk Drive) then its time for replacement. but my guess goes to Fan once its freezes up frequently so Fan needs to be cleaned. Try from outside blowing up dust if problem still remains then fan needs to be taken out which only Tech can do if you are not familiar with it.
This sounds like you may have a virus running up cpu time or a trojan of some sort, try running a virus check Antivir is a good free virus cleaner, also run spybot search and destroy to look for spyware. sometimes viruses attack windows system files to keep you from being able to get rid of them.
This definitely sounds like a heat problem. The system fan should cool it, but there may be a lot of dirt in the heat sink or along the path that the fan blows air. The first thing I would try is to get a can of canned air and blow it into all the vents under and on the side of the computer. If it is dusty, keep your face away.
You didn't say, but if you let the system cool down for a while (maybe 15 minutes or so) and start it up again and the same thing happens, it['s definitely a heat issue.
Go into your hard disk utility and defragment your file. When the computer writes to your hard disk over time these files no longer are sequential as they were in the beginning. This is one solution, also you can do a disk recovery using your original disk or by pressing F10 as it boots up. Be sure and do a good check for viruses as well. The symptom you are describing sounds alot like a virus that is slowing your system down more and more. Good luck.
1. The battery on the motherboard has died. Replace battery. 2. The BIOS is corrupt, reflash BIOS.
Most likely #1, very rarely #2. Pop out the battery on the motherboard and replace it, after the first time you boot up your computer, go into BIOS and set everything the way it should be for your computer (usually just time and date) and then after each sequential time you reboot, that should take care of your problem.