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PC freezing at any click--windows wipe out--take to long to open any program or some in messenger or Mozilla Firefox (my email)

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Clean registry errors
Run disk cleanup
Run check disk
You can also use a third party system utilities program to fix the problem... to download a good one click here.

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Disable all your start up applications

start run msconfig startup disable all close restart


if its not work means

restart

f8

repeat the same

scan your pc with latest updated antivirus

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If you are encountering pc hang you may do the following steps below.

Deleting cookies:


1. Click the Start button.

2. In the Start search (or Search for programs and files) field type in "shell:cookies" without the " ".

3. Click Ok or press Enter on your keyboard.

4. A new window will open and will give a list of text document files.

5. Delete all the files in the folder excluding the "index.dat" file by selecting all of them then press

the keys "SHIFT - DEL (Delete)" on your keyboard to delete the files permanently.

6. Close the window after you have deleted all the text document files.



Deleting temporary internet files:


1. Click the Start button.

2. In the Start earch (or Search for programs and files) field type in "%temp%" without the " ".

3. Click Ok or press Enter on your keyboard.

4. A new window will open and will give a list of files.

5. Delete as many files as you can in the folder by selecting all of them then press

the keys "SHIFT - DEL (Delete)" on your keyboard to delete the files permanently.

6. If there will some items that cannot be deleted, that's alright, you can SKIP deleting them.

7. Close the window after you have deleted most of the files if not all.



Disk Clean-up:


1. Click on Start, and then click My Computer or Computer.

2. Right click on Local Disk (C:) or OS (C:) and click Properties.

3. Click on Disk Cleanup.

4. When another window appears, put a check on all the boxes then click OK.

5. Wait until the cleanup is finished then close the window.


Run a full system scan using your Antivirus program.


Please answer the question below:

1. Are you using bittorrent or other peer to peer sharing of files application?

Posted on Mar 16, 2011

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