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ok well i hopped on my bros pc, (i closed all programs possbiel but lost it :whistling: ) lol but ya, ill chjeck tommorow and well what ias your way of finding out?
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Pressing Ctrl-Alt-Delete, going to the Processes tab. Sorting them from highest Mem usage to lowest by clicking on that catagory's title. Then look to see what it is that is taking up your memory.
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dur... i must be more tired than i thought.. thankyou again.. i really do apprecaite this, my freinds from my clan(BF2) told me about you guys and i figured, i'd try anything. :whistling:
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ok, well seems to be workin a bit gbetter, the constant slowying of programs is gone BUT there is STILL one problem... i cant open my drives with AVG.... :whistling: :blink:
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Glad to hear it is better! :blink:

But what do you mean by "open my drives with AVG"? :whistling:
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crud...right in the mid of a game :whistling: lol im sendin it
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Holy snikies!! :blink: Something is definately going wrong with AVG!!

Uninstall it and use Avast as your virus protection instead.

whew! I think we've found your problem :whistling:
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thankyou thankyou, as soon as i closed it in proccesses all went to normal thankyou :whistling:
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I never really liked AVG. And now I have yet another reason. Avast is much better, and it's free too! :whistling:

You just have to register, and then they send you a key for 12 months of free use.
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hmm that was also another thing, when this prob started, the AVG shield wouldnt start :/ hmmm
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Most likely due to corruption. If you want to be absolutely sure it's not due to an infection, you can have your computer scanned by Kaspersky's online scanner.

If you have any kind of infection, Kaspersky is sure to find it. They have the largest database! Unfortunately, if you do have something, they will not clean it for you. :whistling: You'd have to buy their product. :blink:
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k ty
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You're welcome :whistling:
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ok, i did a scan before my computer booted up, there were 2 infections in window folder, i couldnt fix em and idnt want to delte them, what now? :whistling:
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Did you save the report so I can see what they are?
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