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I have a 80 gig Gateway laptop with vista. I run cubase Le 4 through a lexicon lambda. memory and space wise, I haven't used that much. But i am experiencing frequent crashes,malfunctions,pops and glitches. What is up?

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Sounds like malware, or spyware or virus. Check for viruses asap, can destroy harddrive if not cleaned.

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