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Pc keeps freezing PLEASE HELP

Its gets jittery like windows media player starts skipping the song then the mouse gets skippy then total lockdown please help my computer is my life is as vital as an organ

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Step 1: clean up your drive by using "left click desktop My Computer icon-hover drive c then right click and select Properties-look for Disk Cleanup button and select it and proceed to eliminate almost everything that you can. step 2: Then select TOOLS tab and run Error Checking and deselect both optionals then run Defrag. When done, then run Start-All Programs-Accessories-System tools-System restore and then turn off Restore. step 3: Now repeat step 1. step 4: Now repeat step 2 but turn on restore. step 5: power down (using Windows-not power plug). step 6: restart Windows if all worked ok, what you just accomplished was to free up many many bytes of data. The restore function, when used continuously, can use up a sizable portion of the drive which is also looking for free virtual memory space. Also, if you have 1Gbyte of memory or more, you may turn virtual memory off, improving speed.

Posted on Jun 19, 2007

  • Anonymous Jun 19, 2007

    PS: if no noticeable improvements, then re-run entire sequence above except for step 2:"run Error Checking and deselect both optionals" change to "run Error Checking and SELECT both optionals" to check for bad drive sectors.

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