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Laptop Freezing Problems

Pavilion g6
Microsoft Windows 8 (64-bit)

Hello,

 

 

My laptop keeps freezing especially when i open Incognito Mode and open my Windows Explorer. Please help, thanks.

 

 

 

~Pablo-Varvatos

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Laptop Freezing Problems

You can perform the steps shown below to increase the system performance & reduce freezing issue:

 

Step 01. Click on the Start Button and Click on "Run"

Step 02. Please type "temp" [Without Quotes] and press Enter

Step 03. In the window which comes up, we need to delete all the files and folders

Note: You cannot delete 2 or 3 files or folders, you can skip that

Step 04. Again click on the Start Button and Click on "Run"

Step 05. Please type "%temp%" [Without Quotes] and press Enter

Step 06. In the window which comes up, we need to delete all the files and folders

Note: You cannot delete 2 or 3 files or folders, you can skip that

 

Step 07. Click on the Start Button and Click on "Run"

Step 08. Please type "prefetch"[Without Quotes] and press Enter

Step 09. In the window which comes up, we need to delete all the files and folders

Note: You cannot delete 2 or 3 files or folders, you can skip that

 

Step 10. On your desktop, Please right click on "Recycle Bin" Icon and Click on Empty Recycle Bin.

Click Yes if you get a prompt to delete everything permanently

 

Step 10. Click on the Start Button and open the Control Panel

Step 11. Please open "Programs and Features / Add or Remove Programs"

Step 12. Please uninstall if you have any unwanted Softwares from here

Note: If your Notebook prompts to reboot/restart when you uninstall, go ahead with it.

Once your Notebook comes back please continue the troubleshooting again

 

Step 13. Please Turn OFF the Notebook

Step 14. Un-plug the Power/AC Adapter and also remove the battery too

Step 15. Press and Hold the Power Button on the Notebook for a full minute

Step 16. Now let's re-insert the battery back in and plug back the Power/AC Adapter

Step 17. Start the Notebook and Now reset the Internet Explorer browser

 

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Thank You,

K N R K

Although I am an HP employee, I am speaking for myself and not for HP

I am an HP Employee
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