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All of a sudden my PC is freezing. It, at times freezes at the logon screen but mostly when i login to my desktop it freezes and wont allow me do anything. When it allows me access, i am unable to do a system restore nor a defrag. Someone please help

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  • v8mycareer Jul 22, 2009

    Thanks Mumma_1,

    I should have made myself more clear.
    I have run a virus scan to no avail and i have not been able to manually find anything wrong with my PC.
    When i attempt a system restore, i get to the point where i have choosen a restore point and when i click NEXT to perform the restore i get Nothing.
    Even when i try to Defrag an error message pops up saying "System Defrag could not start"
    This problem is doing my head in as i previously considered myself a reasonably avid PC user.... Frustrating and scary...Help Help Help

  • v8mycareer Jul 23, 2009

    Mumma_1

    You are right, sounds like a virus or 3!!!
    I am just about to use an online scanner tool as my antivirus software (TrendMicro - PC Cillan) did not pick up anything (very unusual).
    FYI: I am running XP sp3.

    I will post the results when i get them.

    Thankyou for your persistence and patience in relation to my problem.

    God Bless

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Sounds like you may have a virus (trojan) on your computer. Run a scan using a virus scan program such as Mcafee to see if you have virus' on your computer.

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    Debs Jul 22, 2009

    if you are running vista have you tried running thr repair program?

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