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Computer is not responding to tasks

When i run tasks the computer does not respond very fast.
internet explorer say not responding.

i 4gig memory
AMD Phenom 9600

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First off may I ask do you have anti-spyware with up to date definitions and do you run it?
How long has this been going on and has it been getting graduously worse over time?

Posted on Apr 11, 2008

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    Jeffrey Pemberton Apr 12, 2008

    You shouldn't rate until we're through. You can still change it to fixed once I get you straightened out. Our goal is to get you running the way you wan't to be. So the anti-Spyware helped? Has this been getting worse over time? When's the last time you did a defrag on your hard drive? Run a defrag on your hard drive and let me know how it's running. Also you should have at least 2 anti-spyware programs because none of them catch everything. I use Spybot-Search &Destroy and AdAware. They're both free. Let me know how that thing is running please. Thanks.


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