Windows not responding problem fix

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Hi there!

I am  going to tell you about one problem of my computer. After starting my computer then it is very good. But sometimes when I click on the mouse I introduce two problem:

1. Then mouse cursor cannot work perfectly.

2. Browser and start  bar  hang.

A text has been appear in the top bar: not responding?

As a solution then quickly I pressed Ctrl+Alt+Del. But it is the same and no change. Then must be restart my PC.

Can anyone tell me what is the correct solution?

 

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Answered By 0 points N/A #116865

Windows not responding problem fix

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Can you remember installing anything on your computer before the problems started?  What version of Windows are you running?  Here's a couple of things you can try:

1.  Run System Restore to bring back your system to a state where it didn't have this problem.  Link for using system restore: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/306084 

2.  Run System File Checker.  Open a command prompt and type in "sfc /scannow" (without the quotes).  SFC will scan your system for any missing or corrupt system files and will fix those problems.  It might take a while though.

3.  Scan your hard drive for viruses.

4.  Scan your hard drive for bad sectors.

5.  Run a registry cleaner.

Hope this helps.

Answered By 0 points N/A #116866

Windows not responding problem fix

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Boot your computer in safe mode. And inside the safe mode, run your command line interface or the CMD.EXE. On the command line interface or in the command prompt, type CHKDSK /F to schedule CHKDSK to run on the next start up. Exit from the command prompt then reboot your computer. This time, your computer will be scanned for possible errors. The CHKDSK will fix those corrupted windows files and libraries, including index and some bad sectors and clusters. Just wait for the CHKDSK to finish the task. After the system was finished checking the entire system, it will continue on booting in your windows operating system.

If the error persists after you have performed the CHKDSK, boot your computer once again in safe mode and scan your computer with anti-virus software to clean virus infection.

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