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Computer freezes up

I can get to my mail and other programs but comp freezes up before i can open mail

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  • poring98 Feb 01, 2009

    if i connect to the computer my comp hangs after 10 secs i dont know why. can anyone help me with my problem???????

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Assuming you are turning on your computer and it freezes after a short time, have you tried not accessing your email, but just leave it and see if it freezes?  If it does, it may be a problem other than virus.  Consider getting it checked for cooling problem. such as cpu cooling problem. (i.e. dust covered heatsink, fan not spinning, etc.)

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Are you using outlook for your mail? You probably have a virus, spyware or both. You need to run a virus scan with either avast antivirus or avg, both free programs. Then download and run adaware personal, also free and look for spyware. Finally download ccleaner for free and use that to do a final cleanup. Your computer will be clean and running much faster. You should also switch to a free web based email like yahoo to avoid more infections.
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Posted on Oct 27, 2007

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