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Crashes When Watching Wma Player Plus Two Problems


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#1 TrueMetal

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Posted 11 June 2006 - 03:22 PM

Hey folks!

I have a problem with my computer. Every time I try to play an internet video with wma player my computer freezes (screen is frozen still, hd makes no more sounds).

A separate problem I find is the CPU% skipping from 2% to 90% and even 100% when there are no windows open or programs running (that i know of) in the back ground. One time the computer froze with only 1 win explorer window open to google and the CPU% was at 9.2%!!

My third problem happens intermittently. It happens after the computer has been on at least 10mins. I try to open new windows or any new programs but they don't ever open ( pdf files, winamp, mp3). I can see them in the task manager (which sometimes opens when the "glitch" is happening) the cpu% is in the 'normal' range for my system (jumping from 9% to 45% every two seconds). So something screwy is happening, right?

I fear that I might have a nasty infection of some sort. I have cleaned my computer with my norton subscription also with, spybot S&D, yahoo, and ewido anti-malware sofware. Any tips and help would be appreciated!!
thank you! :thumbsup:

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