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SO tired of this thing!

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#1 Liijan


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Posted 19 August 2010 - 07:20 AM

Well, it's nice to FINALLY get into this forum, where I was advised to post my ComboFix log, just to see that I have wasted an entire day doing all that. :thumbsup:

XP Media Center Edition 2004, sp3, 1GB, Intel® Celeron® D CPU 3.20GHz, Used: 103.88 GB, Free: 7.88 GB

Within the last few days, my computer has started freezing and I am now reduced to clicking a button and waiting sometimes 5 minutes for the computer to respond. I have been cleaning massively (I have alot of games on here) and running scans, as usual trying to avoid a wipe-out.

It's hard to remember all the things I have done, but I'll try... manually removing dust, defrag, Disc Cleanup, ran CC Cleaner about 4 times a day, shift-deleting hundreds of files. The thing that worries me is that the computer worked fine until one day... and I had had all the stuff on here already. Should I be looking elsewhere?

Oh, I have Zone Alarm Free and Panda Cloud av, and I've ran One Care Safety Scanner, MalwareBytes, SuperAntiSpyware, and RegCure also. I would just wipe the entire thing, but I need to somehow save my Outlook Express email file. I spent over a year doing research for our Family Tree, and I don't want to wipe that out. Thanks so much...

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