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Re: my pc hanged
You have got some sort of softwares that requires a sound amount of your RAM to work.
So u can buy higher RAM for it.
Or u can use lower version for it.
If you have antivirus problem then go for quick heal 2007 antivirus. It loads much low and could catch good amount of virus.
Check to see what your antivirus settings are set for.
With Norton's new "Systemworks" my system got so slow, I almost reformatted the system thinking I had an issue.
It was all the "cr*p" that Norton put with it that slowed my system down.
I got rid of it and bought McAfee's. Works 1000% BETTER!!!!! I just wanted an antivirus, and through in a good firewall to boot.
That was 3 months ago and I'm STILL amazed how FAST my system is now!!!
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There can be a number of reasons for Windows hanging upon start up. Check the following...
Make sure there is no Virus in the PC. Use a good and updated Antivirus software.
Make sure your Windows Registry is clean. Use a good Registry cleaning software like Regcure, Registry Mechanic, UniBlue Registry Booster.
Make sure that you use Microsoft certified device drivers in you PC. Drivers other than that can cause problems and need to be replaced.
Make sure you are not using a software that is not compatible, not updated or have known issues with Windows XP.
Look for software and drivers that you have recently installed around the time you start having the problem. Uninstall one or two of them and restart and check if that makes a difference. There is one more thing you can do restart your PC and start pressing F8 key again and again. You will see a menu with black background. There you select the option that says "Restore last known good configurations" . If that does not work there is one more thing you can do (but make sure the PC is free of viruses). In the start menu in> accessories>System tools you will find a tool called "System restoration". Make sure you already have a "system restoration point". This will restore the system to a previous state where hopefully there will be no hang ups, Your files and data will not be harmed.
just few things you have to remember that, Are you keeping right driver for Hardware ? If yes so may be something wrong with Hardware . below i past 2 website links so try to download and try it again . If not then reply me again .
it sounds like ann overheating problem or a driver is corrupt, go to control panel>administrative tools>event viewer and look o the programmes and software menu to see if any red crosses or yellow exclamation marks are showing, if so right click on the line and select properties to give a clue as to the problem