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XP freezing at startup.

The same happens to me. Any idea how I can find out which program actually causes this?

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U just check out that how many free memory in your os installed drive...
if few so delet some unimportant program.....


second---------->>

in start up first system32 is running so u have any virus in this folder..........



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and other u start task manager at startup of windows and go to in processes .....

now u so 4 line .....
in last line Mem Usage displayed u show all running processes......
so just find out which program usage more memory...
now select it and right click their and click on end process..
now go in control panel and remove this program .

ok

have a good day

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