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Comuter is frozen.

My new purchase keeps freezing up. This time it states "Your account is running low on resources. You can not log in as a new user. Please use an account already logged in". A box to click 'ok' is under that statement. When you click ok it will go to the log on screen but o further.

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I suggest you need to clean up your hard drive as it seems to full.
also you should check what programs are running when it first starts up.I only have 2 a anti-virus suite and ad muncher any more i use as and when needed closing what I am not using

Posted on Jul 14, 2008

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    David Jul 16, 2008

    use srart/run type in msconfig go to startup uncheck most items leave antivirus running click OK reboot computer. all programs start when icon clicked but a lot of programs automatically insert startup orders into registry when installed. just done one computer that had 20 programs on startup

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