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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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,

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.
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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