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Try contrl alt delete to see what programs are active (running) it will show you what program is hogging your processer. It may something inadvertantly downloaded onto your computer. Try shutting down this program to see if it is something that you need to operate, if not, try disabling it at startup.
You may also want to try downloading microsofts malicious software removal tools. There have been several and they do remove many of these irritating bugs.
Posted on Jul 10, 2008
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