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From: John on 06/16/2001
I have tried most of the tips such as scandisk, optimizing, removing temporary files, cookies, etc...My computer is an older Packard Bell Pentium I 100 mghz. with a 56k modem, 48 MB ram and 1.2 GB hard drive. I use AOL as my internet server and after logging on and surfing for a while, it simply freezes and I have to re-boot. CTRL-ALt-DEL doesn't even work. Have to HARD BOOT. Does anyone know of an ANTI-FREEZE software?...THANKS!
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From: Computertechie on 02/14/2003
Buy a new computer...100 MHZ-and 1GB harddrive! It's not even worth troubleshooting its freezeups. It's had a stroke, get a new one.
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From: Bill on 11/20/2001

Use an older version of aol that requires less memory and speed .etc
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From: chillbillyD on 07/18/2001

: I have tried most of the tips such as scandisk, optimizing, removing temporary files, cookies, etc...My computer is an older Packard Bell Pentium I 100 mghz. with a 56k modem, 48 MB ram and 1.2 GB hard drive. I use AOL as my internet server and after logging on and surfing for a while, it simply freezes and I have to re-boot. CTRL-ALt-DEL doesn't even work. Have to HARD BOOT. Does anyone know of an ANTI-FREEZE software?...THANKS!


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From: Ken,E on 06/17/2001
Hi John

Norton Utilities 2000/2001 contains a program call CrashGuard which will help you to identify (and possibly revive) the failing module.

Good luck
Ken.E


: I have tried most of the tips such as scandisk, optimizing, removing temporary files, cookies, etc...My computer is an older Packard Bell Pentium I 100 mghz. with a 56k modem, 48 MB ram and 1.2 GB hard drive. I use AOL as my internet server and after logging on and surfing for a while, it simply freezes and I have to re-boot. CTRL-ALt-DEL doesn't even work. Have to HARD BOOT. Does anyone know of an ANTI-FREEZE software?...THANKS!


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