Ctrl+Alt+Delete not working on my PC

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Friends! Need help here!

It's been awhile since my laptop experience this problem. When i check this site i found out that this is the way that problems are pretty solve. Ok to begin with, i am searching for a dating site in the web and as i keep on browsing my computer hang up! I leave the computer for a minutes but there's no action has been done, still it hang up.

I press the Ctrl+Alt+Delete option to take me to the system utility task manager to restart the computer. I leave again the computer to be able to access the option, but i took 45 minutes waiting to comes up. What i did was i pulled out the battery on my laptop to stop the action. When i used the laptop again, as i browse again the Web it hang up again! And same action was encountered!

What is the problem of this? The option Ctrl+Alt+Delete is not working on my computer! I need assistance please Thank You.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #106619

Ctrl+Alt+Delete not working on my PC



I need to say some things important before I give you some solutions. If you need to confirm about your installation software. Because some software are contain some critical virus that may cause this problem. By the way, I’m giving some other opinion that may help you.

First install latest antivirus software recommended with your PC. If your software license key is fully legal then you must up to date the software and its virus definition files. When your update have finished you can try to scan whole computer and the quarantine files that the antivirus doesn’t clear those virus. When the scan running you have to notice that any virus is detecting then where the virus coming from.

You have to go the location and try to find those files. If those files are contain from system32 then it’s be a great risk. About complete your scan if the antivirus able to detect those viruses and able to change your PC before it running, then you need to restart your pc and try to look on your problems that are fix or not.

Second if your antivirus doesn’t work properly then you have to fix it manually. This time you need to notify your system files. You can go to Drive C:/, on there if your system files showing then your protected operating system files option is turn on. If it not showing the system files then you have to turn it on manually.

This time first go to your computer then go to your drive C:/ and click on the tool bar option from menu bar.

Then click on the folder option. There is a new box will come. On there click the view option under there you can see the hide files and folder option. You need to turn on showing hide files and folders and protected operating system files. Then you able to see your system files.

If doing so there is no result come, then you can sure about that your computer is under a big risk. This you need some software like WinRAR, winzip and other compress software. First install any other software like that. Then open the software and go to your drive C:/. Now you able to see those system files that are unseen by opening from your explorer.

Next you need to know that where the virus can be placed. In system32, dllcatach, system, windows, and user administrator folder. Now the question is how you can know that which is virus or not and where is it.

Ok, just go to run command and write down “msconfig” and enter then a box will come. In there click on start up option and then see the files that are running from your computer start up. Now see which files is unnecessary and from which location. Then disable auto run of those files.

Next you need to open your windows in safe mode. When the your desktop come just deleted those files from those location and turn on your pc in normal mode.

By doing this I think your problem will solve. If it doesn’t then you will have to renew your windows.

Answered By 0 points N/A #106621

Ctrl+Alt+Delete not working on my PC


It is a virus inflection.

Go to start –> Run and type msconfig in the typing area. In the dialog box you will be able to see a tab named StartUp. Uncheck the all unnecessary programs from it and restart the computer. If your Run console also crashed, do this by using safemode. After that recover your task manager by using a recovery tool which can be downloaded from the internet.

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