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Baudelaire

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Hey!

Here's the problem..my computer constantly freezes after every..5mins..and it's quite annoying..and i don't know how to fix it..it usually freezes while i'm surfing the net..could it be because i deleted all the Temp files recently?..i also installed mozilla firefox, but had to uninstall it, because the browser froze constantly..it actually all started with firefox..then i downloaded mozilla 1.8.alpha..and my computer was totally wrecked..after some resets i also get Generic host process error..and when i click on it it says this:

szappname: szappver 0.0.0.0. szmodname: unknown
szmodver: 0.0.0.0 offster: 00000000

I've found some tips on this forum for the GHP thing..but nothing helped..

Can anyone find any solutions please?
Tnx!
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You did not state which version of windows you are using but whichever version, simply reinstalling windows over the top of your current version should repair the problem. You will not lose any data in this process as long as you are using an actual windows CD and not a restore CD.
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I'm using Windows XP 2002...hmm..thanks i'll try that one..i didn't want to format the disk because of losing data..but reinstalling seems a good idea..tnx!
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