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Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by Nocontact, Jan 30, 2003.

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  1. Nocontact

    Nocontact Thread Starter

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    I'm running a P4 1.7 AsusP4S33 Mobo, with 256 MB DDR Ram.
    I've been repeatedly getting Kernel32.DLL errors and this time I could barely open any programs at all.
    I finally checked my system resources and found that they were down to 1%!! But I only had 3 IE explorer windows open, that's it, no other programs.
    I ran two A-V scans, and Spybot. I did a Scan disc the other day and there was nothing wrong there either.
    I just can't understand this at all and I am really concerned.
    I hope someone can give me some idea why this is happening.
    Thanks
     
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  3. Nocontact

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    Thanks for a place to start. I'll let you know if this stuff helps or if I still need help.
    Thanks again.
     
  4. Nocontact

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    Well this was all very educational, but I still can't figure how after having only 3 browser windows open that I can only have 1% free.
    And I'm not clear how it related to the Kernel32.dll error.
    Any other ideas?
     
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