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Systems lag at random times

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Hi all.

My laptop has been lagging lately, out of random.

I was dual booting with 2 op's Ubuntu and Vista. Well when I started having these weird lags I thought it was cause I running out fo space, so I deleted the partitions for Ubuntu.

This is what I've noticed, sometimes it will lag or even freeze at startup, forcing me to do a forced shutdown. Other times, I might just be reading email's and it will freeze up.

When it freezes, the light that indicates my processor speeds are barely blinking

This is very weird, and I was hoping someone can help.

I've cleaned registry, and did some other tests with programs, and cleaned prefetch, and disk clean up, aswell as disk dementfrager.

Thanks for any advice,

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