You did a great job of cleaning out the Autoruns on your own with getting rid of all the Not Found entries.
Your system is actually doing really good with Autoruns now.
Now can you tell me what game it is you are having problems with?
Is it a store bought game or a downloaded game?
Maybe a online game?
We still have other steps but I need to have all information to continue.
Is the system locking up only when trying to play the game?
How about when on the internet?
When not using internet or online how does the system run?
If i can afford a game and im sure that it's good I usually buy it, though its a really rare case (Most of the games i download are either unavailable in stores or I just downloaded cause I don't have the money to afford em.).The problem of the whole CPU not responding happens to both games both those which i have bought and which i have downloaded.....I have yet to try restarting again, so i will edit this post after i try to restart the cpu again....
Edit:After a proper restart..It seems like some of the ''files that couldn't be found'' which i deleted were vital for the system..And cause i deleted them the Windows couldn't load (Just a sec after the windows loading screen began there suddenly popped a blue screen up with some numbers and suddenly restarted.), so the only way to run windows again was ''The last known running configuration''.. So im back with the same configuration and problem (Meaning i still have to use safe mode.)..
I was thinking that maybe if you could post those files which are important for the system, I perhaps could avoid deleting those and could get rid of any other program which starts with windows which could perhaps disturb the windows-es proper work..
Its rather late and i have work tomorrow, so i will check your reply tomorrow morning before heading to work.
Edited by Erik23, 28 March 2010 - 04:13 PM.