English computer freezes when I play music

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17.04.13 02:56:35 pm
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iLoveUS
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maybe your computer is slow, try installing windows xp, btw you said that your computer freezes when you scan using avast, why not scanning with other antivirus like AVG, just try it you won't lose anything though.
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17.04.13 04:56:17 pm
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VADemon
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user iLoveUS has written:
try installing windows xp

Yea, recommend a downgrade for a high-end PC with damn good specs.

I like user DannyDeth 's idea. Try it. Make a Live-USB (nobody wants to waste a CD/DVD)
17.04.13 05:35:24 pm
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Chingy
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@user iLoveUS:
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Windows 7 64Bit OEM Service Pack 1
8GB RAM DDR3
AMD FX™ 6100 Six-Core Processor 3,3Ghz
Nvidia GTX660 2GB

Say that again and I will kill you.
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There's no need for an USB because my computer has a Systemrecovery CD inclusive.
Edit: I'm reinstalling Windows right now and I noticed it was Win7 32Bit before, not 64Bit
Edit2: I thougt I used 32Bit before but I was wrong. After I reinstalled windows it's making more problems than before. I dn't get it why.
I can't move files into other folders or on another HDD and even can't unpack .rar files (the one which was around 7gb crashed after 10 seconds)
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10.05.13 11:00:49 am
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dumbeldor
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I think there is a malware attack in your system try to scan it you can use the Norton anti virus to scan your system
10.05.13 03:07:47 pm
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Yates
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Stop trying to play hammer time and the music should continue normally.

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24.05.13 10:57:17 am
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dumbeldor
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did you ever cleared the cookie files of your system .If not clear the cookies and history and if you know how to remove the Ram remove it and clean it
24.05.13 11:22:13 am
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ohaz
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user dumbeldor has written:
did you ever cleared the cookie files of your system .If not clear the cookies and history and if you know how to remove the Ram remove it and clean it
Wtf. Cookies/browser history have nothing to do with windows media player or vlc making the pc freeze. Nor do they have to do with not being able to move files or unpacking files. Please, read about your "facts" before posting them here
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24.05.13 06:29:37 pm
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Chingy
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This thread is out of date.
10.06.13 07:36:58 pm
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ajapai
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Hey bro,

I've the same problem like you. But in safe mode works perfect. So this means is something wrong with the software system and not hardware. If you've windows 7 try to make system restore and off auto windows update!

Hope it helps,
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10.06.13 11:59:56 pm
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pro pig
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no listem musik

its party time!!!

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11.06.13 06:16:35 am
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KimKat
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Scan your PC with SUPERAntiMalware, trust me. Malware is usually the case, they can make things not work as it should. I did a scan on my PC since my fans didn't work even after I had cleaned out the dust from them, when I performed a scan my fans started to work again I was like, what? no way.

It seems the threats were quarantined during the scan, so and fixed the problems I had. Lol now my fans sound and work kind of normal again. I recommend doing a scan with that application. It's at least one solution.
14.06.13 04:30:44 pm
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Chingy
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Guys, my problem is solved already since weeks. No need to revive the thread all the time.
17.06.13 12:38:05 pm
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macymagiska112
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Why be a scumbag and not tell us the solution?
Maybe others get the same problem. Maybe if people would share their solutions you would be able to solve the problem faster?
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