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Internet Crashes, Computer freezes, then Blue screens but on restart works fine. Long term problem.

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May 24, 2013 8:20:02 PM

Ever since I got my computer, I think, when I turned it on the internet lasted for 5 or ten minutes then gave out. Shortly after that the mouse became choppy and eventually the computer froze. Seconds later the computer bluescreens. When it restarts the computer works fine for the rest of the time it is on. This has caused me to normally just leave the computer on for extended periods of time.

From there a year or two later I was trying to speed up the bootup time by stopping unnecessary programs on startup. I think I must've stopped something or deleted something at some other time. When I turned on the computer it popped up with a couple error messages that started with 0xc0000... At first it seemed to cause no problems so I ignored it.

Anyways multiple programs have stopped working such as Windows troubleshooter (the irony), Windows updater, and various games. So this problem has obviously grown and I have become too frustrated to deal with it because it seems nothing that I want to work works. The computer is still usable by all means it just frustrates me to have it not work like it should. It also seems like most of the problems lead back to the 0xc0000... thing or some error 1935 for vc_redist or something like that.

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May 24, 2013 8:27:11 PM

Sounds like there two issues. One is software missing that you caused. The only fix there would be to back your files up and nuke and pave the hard drive and put a clean windows image on it. For your hardware start with a bootable hirem cd. Run memtest fom the cd and hd tune read your hard drive smart info for any warnings. Open your case clean the dust outand check that all your fans are working. Then use hardware monitor to check your temps.
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May 24, 2013 8:33:56 PM

smorizio said:
For your hardware start with a bootable hirem cd. Run memtest fom the cd and hd tune read your hard drive smart info for any warnings.
I'm not entirely sure what you mean by this. Thanks for the answer though I was strongly considering doing a clean install and I'll hopefully be able to get that done soon.

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