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Re: window explore is not responding
Its been how long ur facing this problem..if it is a recent problem try system restore...also try in another user account..quite possible that its an issue with the user profile ur using..plz letme know wat happened so that i can chk for further options
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How much memory do you have? If less than 1GB, that could create a serious bottle neck.
Otherwise, my guess is that there is a process running in the background that is using a lot of CPU cycles....maybe a virus. I would try these things:
A. Update your anti-virus software and do a full scan. B. Run a free utility like Spybot Search & Destroy to check for malware. C. Download free programs called "ProcessExplorer" and "AutoRuns" (should be available from Microsoft). ProcessExplorer will show you ALL of the processes running on your computer, and how much resources they are using. Disable the ones you don't need. AutoRuns shows you all of the software that starts up when you boot your computer. Again, disabling the ones you don't need helps a lot. D. Defragment your hard drive. I recommend the free Smart Defrag utility from IObit.
You can always get a quick look at what your computer is doing by using CTRL-ALT-DEL; selecting Task Manager; then going to the Processes tab. If you see a process using a bunch of CPU resources, and have nothing running, you might want to research that one.
Assume you are using Windows XP.. Go to My Computer >C Drive (your hard drive icon)>open programmes, find the Internet explorer folder, open it and right click on the "iexplore" icon and create shortcut..it will then prompt you to place the shortcut on the desktop..windows Vista is virtually the same
whenever i open the internet explorer i
get a window askin for " this is not a valid zip code" try again and if i press the ok button is shows one more window
asking for " enter thezip code that you would like to display the weather for:" and it
asks for a number...what should i do to get this problem solved..please reply me as soon as possible...its damaging my pc.
k try this delete all temp files and cookies and restore the inter net explorer
to delete cookies and files follow this
open i-explorer ->in top->click tool->inter net options->general->delete temp files,cookies,clear history>
to restore the i-explorer follow this
open i-explorer ->in top->click tool->inter net options->click on advance ->in bottom click on restore default
and reboot the pc>if still the same issue then try with different browser
i hope this will help u rate me solved if this helps thx