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fastdudez28

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when i leave my computer running over night then in morning its my backround on the screen no icons or any thing and the only way to fix this i have to pull the plug on it why is it doing this than kyou
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Have you done any Virus or Spyware scans?

Also have you installed any new programs, hardware, updates, ect.

When you see that in the morning are you able to enter in the following key combination:

crtl+alt+del

then try to access the taskmanager.
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Have you done any Virus or Spyware scans?

Also have you installed any new programs, hardware, updates, ect.

When you see that in the morning are you able to enter in the following key combination:

crtl+alt+del

then try to access the taskmanager.

no even ctrl alt delete does not work its like the computer will not come out of sleep mode or somthing like my moniter is on and my desktop backround is the only thing u can see

Edited by fastdudez28, 22 October 2006 - 09:28 AM.

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Have you done any Virus or Spyware scans?

Also have you installed any new programs, hardware, updates, ect.

When you see that in the morning are you able to enter in the following key combination:

crtl+alt+del

then try to access the taskmanager.

i have zone alarm for virus and spyware protection
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how about the virus scans and software or hardware installs plus any updates.

when you reboot does the PC act normally?
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Have you done any Virus or Spyware scans?

Also have you installed any new programs, hardware, updates, ect.

When you see that in the morning are you able to enter in the following key combination:

crtl+alt+del

then try to access the taskmanager.

i have zone alarm for virus and spyware protection

ok
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how about the virus scans and software or hardware installs plus any updates.

when you reboot does the PC act normally?

yes when i reboot it it runs good as new still
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how about the virus scans and software or hardware installs plus any updates.

when you reboot does the PC act normally?

the scans come out cleans i did windows up dates for any hardware and every peace of hardware beside an exteral hard drive belongs to this computer its a 3 mouth old HP a1483w

Edited by fastdudez28, 22 October 2006 - 09:52 AM.

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Are you using a preinstalled screen saver or one you found/purchased.

sometimes certain types of screen savers can cause that problem too.

if not try a system restore to restore your OS to an earlier date before you noticed the problem.
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