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Computer freezes when you open some att. on outolook express

It says this program is not responding, end now?

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Please carry out the virus check Also, clear the temporary internet files and all the cookies to create more memory.

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When I am reading my e-mails, my computer freezes up. I have to log off and then restart it. What is wrong


A computer locking up or freezing is often is caused by software related issues. ... Tip: If the computer has any malware, virus, or other malicious software it can also cause many problems. Make sure your computer is clean. Too many programs open.

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How do you check your email? Do you use Outlook Express?

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<p>1. Press the "Esc" once or twice and see if the computer returns to normal. If nothing happens, press a few times. If your computer does not respond, try the next step.<br /> <p><br /> <p>2. Press "Ctrl, Alt and Delete keys simultaneously and select Start Task Manager". Select Programs "End Task" to a status of "not responding" one by one and click OK. The programs should be automatically closed. If your computer is not responding to anything, press the button until the computer turns off.<br /> <p><br /> <p>3. Wait a few minutes before the computer. If the computer is in use for a long time, let cool before again. Overheating can some hardware components do not work anymore, because too much heat.<br /> <p><br /> <p>4. Deleting files or programs you no longer use, especially if the disk is almost full. When the computer tries to find a complete unit of information, they can freeze and become unresponsive.<br /> <p><br /> <p>5. The use of anti-virus software on your computer for malware, adware and viruses. Remove the virus. You can stop computer processes and cause a computer to freeze.<br />

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Facebook freezes and stops responding


Hey,
which browser are you using?
Try closing all other open programs. See if it helps.

If not:
1. Buy a better computer
2. Use a different browser

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Program not responding


Have you considered doing a complete recovery of your operational system, I'am suggesting this because of the fact you have to many program conflicts due to device drivers that are not working properly.

Mar 11, 2012 | Gateway One Computers & Internet

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Window hanging


Wait a few minutes for the non-responding program to start responding again. Be patient and give it some time. This is the easiest way to salvage any work that you did not save before the freeze. If, after waiting, the computer does not unfreeze, move to the next step.
Press and hold the "Ctrl", "Alt" and "Del" buttons in that order. This may unfreeze the computer, or bring up an option to restart, shut down or open the task manager. Open the task manager and note if a program is listed as "not responding." If there is one, click that program title and click "end task." The computer will end that task and break it out of the freeze. If this does not work, open task manager and go to "processes." Look for a process toward the top of the list that is using a large amount of resources. The number next to the process indicates how much of the resources are being allocated for that program. Pick one with the highest number (towards the top of the list) and choose "end process." If your computer still is not unfrozen, move to the next step.
Change the power source of your laptop. For example, if the laptop was plugged in to the wall, remove the plug and allow it to run on battery power. If this does not work, proceed to the next step.
Remove any devices, such as thumb drives or memory cards, that are plugged into the laptop. If this does not unfreeze the computer, move to the next step.
Close the lid of your laptop. Open the lid again. This may snap the computer out of its frozen state and back to the login screen. It may also put the computer into hibernate mode. If this does not work, move to the next step.
Hit the power button. This might bring up a menu asking you if you want to restart or shut down. At this point you will need to restart or shut down the computer. You will most likely lose what you were working on, unless the program has a recovery process to save your work if this situation arises. If the menu does not pop up, hold the power button until the computer shuts down. Wait 30 seconds, then boot the computer up again

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Our restaurant Pro application freezes intermittently sometime once a day when it is not busy but is freezes everyday.


Are you sure it is RPE freezing and not the computer itself. Many things can cause what you are talking about. If you have a touch screen, it could be locking up. If you have a keyboard attached, next time it freezes, hold down the Ctrl and Alt keys and press Delete. This should let you start Task Manager. On the Applications tab, see if any programs are listed as Not Responding. If none are, click the Processes tab. Find the file called CRE2004.exe, highlight it, then click End Process. Click YES to the warning message. This should shutdown RPE and unfreeze computer if RPE is causing freeze up.
If you don't have a keyboard attached, try to add one temporarily to resolve this problem. If RPE is indeed the culprit, backup database and reload RPE. You may need to call tech support to get your license key reset. A very annoying feature.
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Outlook express freezes up frequently when you click on a link


Use ctrl-alt-delete to also moniter the Cpu usage & processes tap for hungury system files. Have this open when you start outlook express if your cpu is running at 100% it will lock up this is probably whats happening

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Clicking outlook express hyperlinks gives not responding message


First download and reinstall Internet Explorer, that has Outlook Express built in. See Internet Explorer: Get It Now.

If that does not work, do system restore to a date before you started having the problem. See System Restore on Windows XP.

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