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Page Unresponsive notices on my laptop

Recently started experiencing slow computer and Page Unresponsive notices

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I would start with a good spyware scanner. Go to www.superantispyware.com, install the free version and do a quick scan. Follow the directions to remove unwanted items. You also may have unwanted plugins running in Chrome. In the address bar type in chrome://plugins/, this will list the plugins running when you open Chrome. I hope this was helpful. You should also probably list your operating system and any security software you are running within your question so it is easier to help you.

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This could be a virus or spyware problem.

Also check out this website:
http://www.blackviper.com/

Another alternative is CC Cleaner
http://ccleaner.en.softonic.com/

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This could be a virus or spyware problem.

Also check out this website:
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Another alternative is CC Cleaner
http://ccleaner.en.softonic.com/

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you should also check leads from motherboard to hard drive for secure dust free connections

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CTRL-ALT-DELETE will bring up the "Windows Task Manager", which will tell you which process/presesses are (a) chewing up all your CPU time, (b) causing the OS to thrash the page file (PAGEFILE.SYS), or (c) both of the above in a combination.

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