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#1 pr1nc3

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Posted 30 April 2009 - 10:14 AM

Hello everyone.

I'm having some issues i would like to discuss. i'v just recently re-install my Windows XP SP2. but apparrently there's some kind of error happening since then.
Whenever i tried to open graphic application (such as paint & photoshop) there's a pop-up showing with : NT Authority /System which automatically shutting down my PC within 60 seconds. i never had this kind of problem before.
Also if i connect my PC using LAN cabel, my computer become slow and whenever i switch user (i have 3 user, 1 admin and 2 limited account) my explorer.exe wont run automatically. And when i run explorer.exe from Task Manager, it will make my PC "hang".

I really need your advice for this one. Hopefully some one can help as fast as they can, because i use it for work. Thank you for your assistant.

Regards,

Ace

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Posted 01 May 2009 - 05:46 AM

Sorry, i've just fixed this problem by installing avast 4.8 home edition and let it boot scan my PC. Thankfully now i can use photoshop and other related application properly.

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