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    I van be playing Mafia Wars, Golf, but my computer will lock up so I reboot and it is ok? As you can see my mouse works fine now but when it locked up no mouse, no flashing LED? It just stops? I thought well I am running to much stuff. I delete start ups. I have a boot disk but it does not istall dvd, cd, sound etc - does anyone know a majic tric I use xp.

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    I had my desktop PC lockup the mouse on XP & ubuntu. Open it up & it was dirty got some stuff in a can from Radio Shack cleaned fans & heat sink (do it outside) let it dry now it runs great.

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      #3
      Originally posted by jryprt View Post
      I had my desktop PC lockup the mouse on XP & ubuntu. Open it up & it was dirty got some stuff in a can from Radio Shack cleaned fans & heat sink (do it outside) let it dry now it runs great.
      True a good cleaning won't hurt it. I wonder why it will not do a complete defrag or virus scan. It says I did a complete windows security update? I leave it on a lot so it is getting hot, is it safe to take a RAM card out and clean it too? This has always been a weird computer. I bought it used. Supoosedley clean shape but who ever had it before me liked professional women body builders. I had to delete some family pics to so if the hard drive is v==bad I'm going to take a power drill to it.

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        #4
        Try using cccleaner. I use it once a month to clean deep into my computer. If you're running voice recognition, make sure to backup your user files before you use it though, probably onto my documents or something so it doesn't get touched. I've had to redo my user files a couple of times from forgetting about that.
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          #5
          Originally posted by rybread View Post
          Try using cccleaner. I use it once a month to clean deep into my computer. If you're running voice recognition, make sure to backup your user files before you use it though, probably onto my documents or something so it doesn't get touched. I've had to redo my user files a couple of times from forgetting about that.
          Thanx I ran a scan in safe mode found a WIN 32:systro-AB[WM] I deleted it and it ran a full scan - i will run that during the football game on Sunday.

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