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You are probably carrying alod of spyware or a virus.
Please print this out and follow instuctions in order.

Please try as follows:


Update and run your virus control. ( if you do not have a viable virus control program, go to www.comodo.com and download a free one.)

Do you have a separate spyware control program?(If not you can go to www.tucows.com and search for a freeware spyware detection program to download.) Run it when you have it.

Do you have a registry cleaning prgram? If you do run that now.


Now got to toolbar>tools>internet options>general tab and delete all your cookies

Now go to Start>all programs>accessories>system tools> disc cleanup and run that(when it says delete all files click yes.)

Empty your recycle bin

Now look in the lower right corner of your screen. How many little icons do you have there, besides your virus control. internet indicator and sound indicator? If you have a bunch, let me know what they are. They are running on standby all the time and can really slow your computer down, so if you have a bunch of programs there we need to stop them from doing that.

Take alook at your desktop. Are there a lot of icons you never use? You can right click on them to delete them. This does not delete the programs.


When you are finished with all of this, restart your computer.


Let me know how this solution works for you and please rate it. thank you for using Fix Ya!

Posted on Aug 21, 2008

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1.If the freeze happens every time a certain hardware device is plugged in or switched on, the device itself might be to blame. Check drivers update for the device, and download and install them to erase any bugs that might exist in your version. Similarly, if the freeze only happens when using one particular application, that program might also be the root cause.
2.Run the System Restore utility from the System Tools section of the Accessories folder on the Start menu to roll back Windows to a previous version of the registry. This will fix prior registry issues without affecting personal files and settings.

3.If your computer still keeps freezing up after you take the solutions above, I suggest you to download a software to deal with it. The choice is sure to be more effective and simple, but there are few free utilities for this issue. Windows Boot Genius is a excellent one if you wanna take this solution.

source:http://windows-repair.net/computer-freezes.html

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  • The most common problem that causes computers to freeze up periodically is the presence of a computer virus.Download one of best antivirus and perform virus removal operation on all disks.

  • Also run a disk cleanup program to delete temporary and cache files that might be infected file may be responsible for freezing problems.

  • If your problem is not solved then you may have persistent malware on your computer .Install anti-malware software.


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How to uninstall deepfreeze?? what can i do?


Deep Freeze is a software that resets your computer to the state where it was freeze. So if you want to uninstall it, here is the way.
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  2. Reboot your computer for the Unfreeze to take effect.
  3. Once rebooted and your computer is now unfreeze, You can now uninstall the Deep Freeze.
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if ur computer freezes at very start, where the ram, hdd show. then its some hardware fault. it can be b'coz of ram. so check ur ram or rams.
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