windows freezing on page back

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  1. joner8888

    joner8888 Read Only Funster

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    Anyone know why my pc on windows 7 keeps freezing up and goes to a white page when i-

    Search on Google, find a result then want to scroll/page back, it freezes.:Angry:

    Tried default settings, updates, scripting defaults, deleted chrome , it will not let me return to a google search.

    I know there is always a MH boffin who can help:thumb:
     
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    Munchie Funster Life Member

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    Try start/my computer right click on c drive then click the tools tab, scan for errors, schedule it then shut down and restart. It does not cure all ills but worth a try! :thumb:
     
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    Recently had a similar problem with my PC.
    Diagnostic check showed nothing but a few minor infections which were cleared, didn't fix the problem so changed the hard drives, no problem since.
    (touch wood).
     
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    What browser are you using? You imply Chrome. if so, after uninstalling it, reboot the the pc before then
    1. Click Start, click Run, type "cmd" in the Open box, and then click OK.

    2. In the command prompt type "echo %APPDATA%" followed by Enter. This will return the path to the user's Application Data directory.

    Example: \\Server\Users\demouser\Application Data

    3. Browse to the %APPDATA%\Google folder and remove the Chrome subfolder.

    Then reboot again. Does IE then behave properly. If so, reinstall Chrome from clean.

    If not Chrome, or it doesn't fix it, then most likely you have a nasty. In that case, download Spybot Search and Destroy from http://www.safer-networking.org/. You will have to study the instructions to use it properly, but if anything finds it Spybot will.

    Keep us posted on how you get on.
     
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    I have the same problem today (on chrome/XP) going back a page on MHF. Only started today after Microsoft updates were applied yesterday evening.
     
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    It looks as if that's when my problem started , after a update.
    I have sorted it now after advice :thumb:

    I did notice under C drive properties ,"remote access allowed" which I ticked to off.

    It`s a little worrying , who can have remote access :Eek!: to my pc and my bank account was accessed again last week.
     
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    Switched to Firefox and no problems experienced.:thumb:
     
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