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My HP dv6700 freezes up after I have signed on from the password window. It works find in the Safe Mode but will freeze up after a couple of minutes sitting idol or if I try to work on any program or on the internet.

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I would advise to bring up the task manager (right click on the Windows bar across the bottom of your screen and select task manager) then click on the Processes tab. From there you can see the percentage of the CPU being used and Memory being used. System Idle Process should be high for CPU usage, but if you have anything else that seems abnormally high, look up that process online and see if it's safe to kill it. You can also sort the CPU and Memory columns by clickingon the column at the top.

If a process is holding you up and not essential to Windows. You may want to kill the process and uninstall the program that the process belongs to.

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