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multiple iexplorer.exe/sound problems


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#1 guyotryan

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Posted 19 November 2012 - 03:24 PM

I've been all over the internet and I can't find a proper solution to my problem. Every time I bring up iexplorer or chrome, there are multiples in my task manager. Also, after about 5 minutes of the computer being on (I was on here previously typing this same message, and this happened) everything on my computer is non-responsive. I can still move my mouse and see that my computer is on, but when I click on my computer, documents, or any web browser, nothing comes up at all. Also, my sound wave will go to 0, and yesterday the icon completely went away, and when I went into control panel to take a look, it was all greyed out and I had no sound. I've been in and out of my computer, cleaned it out with various anti-virus/trojan programs and nothing. I've since then deleted almost everything on my comp, and I am about to just reinstall windows. I noticed also that on the back of my computer, its on 230V and when I set it to 115V, the computer boots up to the log in screen, but freezes everytime. any suggestions would be helpful. Thank you!

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