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Frequent Lag Spikes every 4 to 20 seconds

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by kidoboy1, Nov 26, 2011.

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  1. kidoboy1

    kidoboy1 Thread Starter

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    Hey guys, recently I had just bought a Fujitsu Lifebook LH531.

    I had been using it for about 4 months and it started to have more and more lag spikes which can last up to about 20 seconds.

    I've already had it checked at the Fujitsu Service Centre but was told that to repair it, I had to pay 80 dollars to backup my data and another 80 dollars to reformat which obviously I didn't.

    I had it reformated on my own and reinstalled the drivers using the recovery disks then came along when I had purchased the laptop but the problem persisted.

    I have not the slightest clue on how to fix it on the other hand I also do not want to pay 160 dollars just to backup and reformat-.-

    Sometimes when the programs are not responding for quite a while, a pop-up would appear saying memory crash or something.. DAMN I can't remember what it wrote...:mad: Even Notepad takes about 5 seconds to open-.-

    Anyway my computer specs are:

    Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-2620M [email protected]
    Memory: 4.00GB
    Windows 7 Home Premium Service Pack 1, 64 bits
    Display: Intel(R) HD Graphics Family, NVIDIA Geforce 410M

    I've also tried Tune-up Utilities 2012 and Glary Utilities but it doesn't seem to help at all..
    & my Adobe Flash Player often crashes and it makes watching videos on youtube suck.
    Is there any programs or any processes to stop or something? I NEED HELP!!!!!
     
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    kidoboy1 Thread Starter

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    Ok, the pop-up is an Aplication Error, states "The instruction at 0x64be468d referenced memory at 0x00000000.
    The memory could not be read.
     
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