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Based on the information you have provided, the issue might be due to any corrupt or damaged System files.
This might be causing the Computer to freeze with a black screen.
Performing a Repair will try to resolve the issue without deleting any Data in the Hard Drive.
As you have already tried performing the Repair and the issue still persists, it would be better to perform a parallel installation of the Windows 7 Operating System.
Performing a parallel installation will not delete any Data in the Hard Drive.
This is a procedure in which we can install the same Windows 7 Operating System in a different Partition or the same Partition.
If you wish to install the Operating System in the same Partition, then you may change name of the Windows Root folder.
For eg: C:\Windows> to C:\Windows2>
By doing this, we can perform a parallel installation.
Once the installation is complete, you may backup the Data.
Hope this helps.
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You may want to look into upgrading your RAM if there is less than 2GB installed. This is a recommendation that I have found in working with several PC's running this Operating System. Also, you would want to run disk clean up and remove any temporary files that Windows finds. Deleting any other temporary or unused files from your PC on a regular basis should increase system performance. In addition, if these steps do not solve your problem, you may want to consider upgrading to a faster performance hard drive (preferably a SATA II with a 32MB cache). As a last resort, you may look at your CPU to see if there is an upgrade for it, as well. Keep in mind that Vista is a resource hog and can slow down a PC within just a short period of time.
there could be a system glitch in your windows operating system. since problem started 2 weeks ago. you can actually restore the computer back to the date where your computer is working fine using system restore. click start menu - al programs - accessiries - system tools - system restore.
Start the sansa updater, set sansa to recovery mode plug into computer. unplug when told sansa should restart (Lock sansa press and hold rec and menu until recovery begins)
Also you can Try Reset All NOTE: THIS IS AN ADVANCED OPERATION AND RESTORES ALL SETTINGS TO THE FACTORY DEFAULTS. NORMAL USERS ARE NOT RECOMMENDED TO PERFORM THIS OPERATION! If your device freezes up press the Menu button and hold for 15 seconds. This is like a power down of the device. Once you perform the reset, the adjustments you made during last operation will be gone.....
NOTE: THIS IS AN ADVANCED OPERATION AND RESTORES ALL SETTINGS
TO THE FACTORY DEFAULTS. NORMAL USERS ARE NOT RECOMMENDED
TO PERFORM THIS OPERATION!
If your device freezes up press the Menu button and hold for 15 seconds.
This is like a power down of the device. Once you perform the reset, the adjustments you made during last operation
will be gone......PLease RAte
Main reason i computer being occupied by active applications those are running in background (discreetly). You can reduce the quantity of startup items by using MSCONFIG utility. Also you can change the performance settings. (You can choose best performance instead of best appearence). Some features of the operating system can be stopped to increase the performance. For example turning of system restore option sometimes increases the performance 10-15%. Also performing periodical (weekly recommended) instant maintenance by using disk clean up tool. I have given some basic options if you need further details please post your questions.