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Posted November 30, 2010 - 02:14 PM

When my RAM memory gets slim, it can act like you describe. These sort of problems are spread out so much that I forget how to fix it & have to learn all over again. Maybe someone else here can lead you through checking your RAM.

That would be "ALT CTRL DELETE" than click on "Task Manager" and then on the "Performance" tab. That will show you how muck "RAM" you are using at the current time.



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Posted November 30, 2010 - 07:09 PM

The task manager is a great utility for a windows machine. As long as you are running Windows XP or newer you have task manager. You can either press CTRL ALT DELETE simultaneously like ducky mentioned to bring up the task manager or if you right click on the bottom bar called the task bar you can select task manager from the popup.