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#1 Nekoyasha

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Posted 09 July 2007 - 06:19 PM

Hello. The nature of my problem is that my computer will crash everyone once in a while. I don't really get a warning or anything like everything starting to freeze most of the time, the computer just shuts down. My computer always has a fit about connecting up to the internet after this happens too. I'm not sure if its a virus, but I'm getting doubtful it is since just recently I ran for viruses, spyware, and posted a hijackthis log which all of course helped, but hasn't identified this problem. So..if anyone may know what the problem is or can help me figure it out, that would be appreciated. Thanks.
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Posted 09 July 2007 - 07:54 PM

Hi Nekoyasha,

Click START - RUN - Type eventvwr
This will start the event viewer. Click on Application / Security / System / Internet Explorer and look for errors or warnings. It should give you a source. You can click on the error and it will also display additional info. Post back with items causing problems and we will go from there.

usasma wrote a great Event Viewer tutorialhere

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