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Jimmy Bones

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Hi guys, im seeking for some help, because my PC is sometimes hanging or should i say bieng frozen every 3 or more hours of usage. Im using windows 98 second edition.
i have scan my whole system and there is no virus at all.

what should i do to fix that thing?

Please help!

Thank you.

Edited by Jimmy Bones, 20 May 2005 - 01:24 AM.

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kool808

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Please read THIS is you suspect malware.

Edited by kool808, 20 May 2005 - 02:51 AM.

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lock ups like you described can often be attributed to heat...when was the last time you opened this puppy up and evicted all the dust bunnies?
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Jimmy Bones

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lock ups like you described can often be attributed to heat...when was the last time you opened this puppy up and evicted all the dust bunnies?

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Nope i haven't yet. since year 2000. hmmmm... i think it is one of the problem too.
Thank man ger.



Please read THIS is you suspect malware.

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Wow. Thank you kool.
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