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How to fix mouse cursor lag and desktop screen lag

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September 17, 2011 5:33:07 AM

help me please about this ,, i have no more idea how to fix this, just send me at my email,,, fjord_ben17@yahoo.com


this is my problem, when i turn on my computer theres no lag,, after an hour ,, my pc , will lag, the cursor and the desktop,, i dont know what happed i already formated my PC almost 10 times, and installed anti virus, theres no virus detected, ,, theres no error about my system,, all my periperals are new, im using AM3 motherboard, ddr3 v-card and RAM, hope you can solve my problem,, thanks a lot,,,
September 17, 2011 7:34:14 AM

xenogo143 said:
help me please about this ,, i have no more idea how to fix this, just send me at my email,,, fjord_ben17@yahoo.com


this is my problem, when i turn on my computer theres no lag,, after an hour ,, my pc , will lag, the cursor and the desktop,, i dont know what happed i already formated my PC almost 10 times, and installed anti virus, theres no virus detected, ,, theres no error about my system,, all my periperals are new, im using AM3 motherboard, ddr3 v-card and RAM, hope you can solve my problem,, thanks a lot,,,



After you boot into Windows, Bring up Task Manager, and let it run, minimized. When your slow down occurs, look to see what is stealing your CPU cycles. You might also consider downloading "process explorer" from Sysinternals.com which gives more info than Task Manager.

Also do not rely on just your AV Scan. A clean Scan, does not necessarily mean you are not infected. I suggest also running Malwarebytes, which has a free scanner version, or a PRO version which runs Realtime Protection, and costs a modest $25 for a lifetime license, provided you are a Home User. (I DO NOT represent MBAM, just a very satisfied User).
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