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Please Help! Computer slow and freezes!


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#1 DangerMan111

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Posted 22 May 2010 - 02:29 AM

My computer all of a sudden started freezing up on me a few days ago. I have had to restart my computer multiple times a day now because it just freezes up and the mouse pointer just starts to roll in circles and I can't seem to be able to click anything. Anything I click on the monitor freezes! Please help!

This computer is pretty new..., I bought it about two years ago. I used to use Vista Home Premium, but I now have Windows 7 (upgraded almost a month now) and everything has been working all right. I think everything went uphill and computer started freezing after I installed Spyware Doctor a few days ago. I have since uninstalled, but the computer continues to freeze on me.

I currently have ESET Smart Security v 4, Malwarebytes v 1.46, Spybot, SpywareBlaster, Ad-ware. I had SuperAntiSpyware, but I just uninstalled it today because I thought maybe that was why my computer was freezing up, but even after uninstalling SAS, my computer just froze up again just a few minutes ago and I had to restart the computer.

I'll greatly appreciate your assistance because I'm really fed up of having to restart my computer multiple times a day.

Also, sometimes when I restart, the speaker doesnt work. No sound. And then I have to restart it again until the speaker works. I have had to restart the computer 2-3 times sometimes before the speaker finally works. Why???

Please help me!

Thanks!

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#2 DangerMan111

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Posted 22 May 2010 - 08:48 PM

PLEASE HELP!!!!! WHY IS MY ISSUE BEING IGNORED??????

Edited by DangerMan111, 22 May 2010 - 08:48 PM.





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