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Frozen As soon as the computer comes on the curser freezes. There is an icon of a computer on the bottom with the circle/slash over it.

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  • stesheb Aug 16, 2008

    I had to have it repaired professionally. Had viruses. Thanks for the help.

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Needs more Information. Full model number, Version of XP, with what service pack, Amount of memory, How big the drive is, what is installed. Also, let me know what icon or program is having the slash thru it on the bottom.

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Posted on Aug 16, 2008

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