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Here, try this. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/555480
see if that helps.
I doubt that the updates were deleted. You would probably have other major issues.
What error do you get when you "control-alt-delete"?
You need to resolve the problem with the programs freezing. This could be bad drivers, programs, conflicts, etc.
This will create other issues that you may not recover from.
Pulling the plug is bad news.
I would suggest (if you haven't) backing up your data till this gets resolved.
Does either of the following work?
right click taskbar and choose task manager?
Here is some reading KELLYS-KORNER.
Go to the "T" tab and scroll down to the taskmanager.
This problem could be virus/ malware/ spyware related. You might want to go to the virus section and get a clean bill of health.
Just as an addon to 123runners post, if none of those work check if taskmgr.exe exists under C:\WINDOWS\system32
Edited by hysteria, 29 January 2007 - 04:50 PM.
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