PC Freezing

My PC all of a sudden is freezing all the time - the Windows 7 OS stops. Restore Point doesn't work either.

These problems started by deleted VHT BackUP files not the right way - ie by deleting them from Windows Explorer and not through the BackUp System.
David CamilleriAsked:
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2)VMware and Virtualization ConsultantCommented:
1. Check Windows 7 event logs for detail errors.

2. Check hard disk for errors. (hard disk problems). Scan hard disks.

3. Check PC memory for faults using memtest86+ bootcd (http://www.memtest.org/)

4. Check all PC fans are operational or are not clogged. CPU, GPU and case fans.

5. If PC under Warranty, esclatate and report to Vendor.
Probably the registry is corrupted since a wrong uninstall of VHT BackUP.

You can try to clean the registry with 'CCleaner'  (http://www.piriform.com/ccleaner ).
Download, install it - ask to check the registry and correct.

Reboot - wait and see.

Hope this help,


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David CamilleriAuthor Commented:

Thanks. I am uploading a dump file maybe there is some data  of what is happening.
Lionel MMSmall Business IT ConsultantCommented:
First thing to do is to create a restore point before you start making any additional changes; even if it means booting into safe mode first. Also suggest that you try the various boot options--when you PC restarts hit the F8 key just before Windows starts--in that menu select "last know good configuration". If that does not work do it again and this time select safe mode with networking; if that does not work do it again and select safe mode; which ever way you get in make a restore point and then you can start  to try to clean up and get the system stable again.
Sorry but I am not able to use the dump file.
Did you clean your registry?

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