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My processor is loose thats why pc hangs often! what to do?

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Your PC get hang offen mean your memory is not sufficient to your processor to process to try to upgrade your memory , or else you have have virus in your system so that it high your cpu process so that too your PC get hanged. check your cpu speed by clicking ALT + CTRl + DELETE at same time, and check which program utilizing CPU more

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