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sanjkd

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I've been getting a not responding msg that has been appearing in my browsers randomly where i have to wait 5-10 secs because the browser freezes. I started to get the msg appearing in my outlook. After much frustration on not being able to resolve dispite virus/malware scans showing nothing and trying some suggestions online I did a complete wipe and reinstalled windows 7. I have only installed office chrome firefox  and getting thesame issue!!!!  but it is not happening nearly as oftern. This leads me to believe it could be a hardware issue?...could it be hard drive?. My pc runs fairly warm but the cpu test shows 46-50 after checking 4 hrs of run time. What tests can I run to finally isolate this issue??

 

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SpywareDr

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The problem could be something like a slow internet connection, webserver(s), etc.

 

What are your Upload/Download Speeds? http://www.speedtest.net/


Edited by SpywareDr, 11 October 2014 - 05:42 PM.

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17mps upload    .5 mps download  12ms ping


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Assuming you're running Windows, does the same thing happen in Safe mode with networking?


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You should check your network setting in control panel.

Or you are using a proxy.


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