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Windows 7 is freezing while browsing

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Hi, i have new lapotp ASUS and WINDOWS 7, and while i browse the net it frezes for about 10 seconds,and when i browse again after that freezing it didnt freeze again. But when i turn on and it freezes again. I have instaled Windows 7 also on my pc and my pc is freezing same like the laptop. I tried registry cleaner ( agin the same freezing) i clean whit cccleaner ( again the same freeezing ) So if i got back to WINDOWS XP it wont freez but i like Windows 7. So my browser dont have add ons , so please help. So i think my Windows 7 is registred whit keygen , so what is the problem ?
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Hello and :welcome:

Please refrain from using registry cleaners on your own (unless you're very advanced in knowing your system), cause unsupervised they can make more harm than benefit.

Nonetheless If your windows is registered with keygen, it means you've obtained it in an illegal way. That's violating our TOU you've agreed to when registering here.

If you think I'm wrong, I'd be more than happy to see the raport made by the tool below, and if the results are fine we can proceed with any help.

Please download MGADiag from the link below:
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  • Run the tool by double clicking on the file. Press Continue when prompted
  • When it has finished, press Copy then Paste (Ctrl+V) this into your next post

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