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why does windows crash?

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i just got back my computer getting it fixed it runs fast and i have no problems wiht it so far. But sometimes internet explorer or media player would freeze and say not responding what could be cuasing that? It eventually responds after a couple of seconds thou....................

i think im virus,spyware, adware free

i want to know what could be causing this.....

i have windows po sp2
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So actually it is not a "Crash," but just a temporary "freeze" which quickly resolves by itself? If true, and if you are confident that no malware is present, perhaps the reason for the temporary freeze is a background process using system resources at a high rate for a short time. Many of these can be controlled. For what I have learned about controlling background/startup processes with URLs of useful tools and informational sites, see my Vox: http://doc1101.vox.com/ To visit the "links" copy and paste the URL to your browser address bar in a new tab and "Go."
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