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Best Answer zep516 , 11 November 2019 - 04:55 PM

Hello John Auerman. See link below for additional information, https://www.thewindo...working-windows Go to the full post »


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I installed Windows 10 earlier this year. Whenever it freezes, I try Ctrl+Alt+Del but it doesn't work. I have to power down the computer and start it back up. How do I fix Ctr+Alt+Del?


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Try a system restore point first.

Press the windows key and R key on the keyboard to open the "Runbox"

In the run box type rstrui.exe to open System restore, Select a point to go back to. You can also undo a system restore if necessary.
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I wouldn't know what point to go back to. And I don't know how this would help. Can you provide more detail?


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Hello John Auerman.

See link below for additional information,

https://www.thewindo...working-windows
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Problem solved. Thank you! :-)


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You're welcome and I'm glad it worked out for you.

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