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Random fatal freezes windows 7 64-bit


Best Answer Solice93 , 30 January 2019 - 01:41 AM

ok, well I've completed all of the steps and my computer seems stable now for all intents and purposes. Unless there is anything else you want me to post, I will leave it here. Thank you so much fo... Go to the full post »


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I'm going to have to run a system restore unless you say otherwise.
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I'm going to have to run a system restore unless you say otherwise.

 

If the program didn't ask for a Reboot please restart the computer manually. TFC is a safe program to use in Windows 7 it doesn't do changes to the system that should result in that problem!

 

If after the restart the problem continues then use the System Restore.

 

 

Let me know the result.


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Ok...problem fixed itself overnight? Idk. Point is I have internet back for some reason.

So, two things: 1. I ran the program and everything seems to be doing fine, but please don't close this thread until I can 100% confirm that it is fixed. And 2. After running one of the steps, my ability to unzip files in the right click context menu is completely gone. I'm not sure when the options disappeared, but I can't unzip files unless I use Universal Extractor.
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I now have about 9.85GB of space on my SSD now.
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Not enough, on a 250GB storage device that has Windows on it you should always have a minimum of between 50 and 63GB available as free storage space.


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Hi,

 

To free more disk space run the Disk Cleanup as Administrator and make sure you select the option Windows Update Cleanup it usually release lots of space if you never did this.

 

Please check the following article https://www.bleeping...-in-new-update/make sure Malwarebytes is updated with the version mention on the article or higher.


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✓  Best Answer

ok, well I've completed all of the steps and my computer seems stable now for all intents and purposes. Unless there is anything else you want me to post, I will leave it here. Thank you so much for your time and patience with me. you have done me a great service and I greatly appreciate it. Thank you again!


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P.S. the update does seems to have helped as well. Hopefully I will not see other programs complaining about failing at startup either. 


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Hi,

 

Thanks for the update. I'm glad the problem seems resolved.


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