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Opening'programs and features pc goes eratic

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by DJTEEL, Feb 28, 2013.

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  1. DJTEEL

    DJTEEL Thread Starter

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    every time I open my "programs and features" folder to check my installed programs or to uninstall a program,the entire time that the folder is loading info,my cursor jumps and moves all over the place on it's own while everything else freezes.the few times I've been able to manouvre and unfreeze the pc while this is going on,everything acts crazy 'graphics' wise//if I wait forever(about 4 to 5 minutes)and let the features and programs" folder load everything ,then things become stable.but I know this is not a normal way for the pc to behave.i've been on then internet since 1997 and had 6 computers since then but this has never happened to me.i've run malware tests and virus tests with superantispyware,malwarebytes and avast so now i'm wondering if I'm having a corrupt file problem.i'm wondering if this is one of those common problems that goes along with an emachines. any help is definitely appreciated.
     
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