Posted 01 July 2011 - 04:47 PM
Hi Heartbeat85 -
Please try this first - Delete all System Restore points,Accessories > System Tools > System Restore and on the left side there is listed System restore Settings.
There is a Square Button that says Turn off System Restore. Click this and then click Apply. Next a box appears to confirm your choice Click Yes.
Exit from there and reboot. Repeat the same procedure but this time Remove the tick and click Apply. Now go to System restore and Create a new Restore point.
If this problem occurs again, go to that restore point and use it. You will not lose anything as it will just reset everything back how it was.
Do you know how much Ram you have and how much free space ?
It sounds like your system is having Overload problems. This is the most common cause of this problem.
I needed to do this about once a month until I removed 2 high usage games that were the cause.
Thank You -