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Hangging of pc

My pc was hagging from last few months but now its not even starting.

i tried my removing its ram or processor, but still problem is not solved.

please help me with this because i am having my exam i need it urgently

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Sumit hangging of pc generally occurs when any application uses all the available RAM, or due to fault in RAM, also over heating of CPU also cause this problem. So to fix the problem try the following steps:

1). Check out your CPU fan its working properly or not. If not then replace the fan.

2). Remove RAM clean its connection points and place it again gently.

3). Make a disck clean using program files-> Accessories -> System -> Disck Clean

4). Make uninstalled any unwanted software which seems to be cause the problem.

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Posted on Mar 31, 2008

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If you are in a hurry, bring your pc to the nearesr service center.

Posted on Mar 31, 2008

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