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Computer acting strangely bogged down... looking for help


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#1 wired1000

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Posted 31 August 2015 - 11:11 PM

Hi all,

 

Computer is acting strange as of the past week or so.  If it goes to sleep, it will not wake up.  When "up" it is slow and the CPU fan goes to high speed often, which was not common previously.  Have searched with Eset as well as MalwareBytes but neither discovered any malware...  can you help?

 

Thanks,

 

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Posted 01 September 2015 - 09:32 AM

Could be an over heating problem. Have you checked for that? You can use Speed Fan.

SpeedFan - Access temperature sensor in your computer

 

If that is not the problem then I suggest you post in the forum for your particular Windows OS as it is likely not malware related.

 

You can also use Windows Repair (All In One) Download. Be sure to run Options 3 and 4....but again, if you need more assistance in trouble shooting the

problem, start a new topic in the correct Windows OS forums for your computer.


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