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Unread postby rdy423 » August 31st, 2010, 12:43 pm

I am not sure what I am doing wrong but I have submitted 2-3 posts since 8/14 and, to date, have not received a reply other than "Post closed due to inactivity." I need help, as my computer suddenly seems to have a mind of its own with what appear to be programs running in the background while I am doing simple tasks such as checking email or browsing the web. My Norton Internet Security pops up a warning message that reads: "High System Usage!" When this happens, the computer usually freezes and I am forced to reboot to restore it to normal ... until it happens again an hour or two later.
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Re: Hard drive spins, screen fades to white, forcing a reboo

Unread postby NonSuch » August 31st, 2010, 6:55 pm

Every topic you have started has received a response. We have determined we are unable to assist you and have asked that you open no more topics.

NonSuch wrote:You have repeatedly started topics, received responses, and then failed to reply and/or follow the instructions you were given; therefore, your topics were closed and archived.

For some reason, it appears you are unable to respond to your topics in a timely manner. We are aware that online, volunteer-supported forums are not the most suitable venue for everyone. As nothing is being gained here, we have determined that we are unable to assist you; therefore, we must ask that you do not start another topic. Instead, we advise you to take your computer to a trusted local shop and have your issues addressed there.

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