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Hi guys,
i was sent here by crosswinds of freeware shareware site he has been try'n to help me but to no avail ...... i can run any amount of web pages at one time no probs but if i close them down pc stops, then i have to switch off by holding down turn on button for 5 secs and restart and pc is fine again, crosswinds has been thro hijack this and startup manager with me found a few things but i still have the same problem..
pc is a pacardbell i-media with 1024ram and 160gb hard drive, runing windows xp sp2, i was running norton but crosswinds had me disable it, also got prevx, ad-aware, spybot s&d, windows defender, spyware blaster, and now using xp firewall, so its not a mal ware program i don't think cause if they didn't find it crosswinds would have with hijack this ................. any help on this matter would be much appreciated thank you in advance

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what version of IE?
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IE 6 I think
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I think i should add that i don't seem to have a problem when closing down this page and others problem really only occurs when i close down msn sites ( i am a manager of a msn forum) this problem has been getting worse and worse as time goes by and really has me and others puzzled any help with this matter would be much apprciated thank you

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hi guys just a wee post to tell you i got the problem sorted, totally removed norton (and a few other things) outta pc and run regseeker seemed to sort it out
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