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System is very sluggish and locks up repeatedly

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Please help. I have no idea what is causing this problem. In fact, I'm not even really sure when it started exactly, but lately it takes forever for me to do anything on my computer, such as opening outlook, or a web page, or any application, really. I've already tried to cut out as many processes as I could, I've turned of indexing in outlook--which did help somewhat, and I've run malwarebytes and gotten rid of some stuff with that...but nothing is really solving the problem.

I'd like you to look at my hijack this log and let me know if you see anything else in there that needs to be removed, or even anything at all that could be eating up memory. Thanks in advance for your help!

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Welcome airihannah to geeks to go

Since you have already removed some malware, I would suggest you go to the malware forum to be checked out. There still might be malware/ virus still there. The link is in my signature.

Hijack this logs are only looked at their. Only post one when asked.

After you are clean there, if need be you can return here if needed. The problem could be hardware/ programs/ bad memory, etc.
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