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Acer Aspire one netbook-hangs when left idle

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Acer Aspire one netbook-hangs when left idle

ehtisham.andrabi
Am using Acer Aspire one netbook, over the period of time my netbook has become too slow,Most of the time google chrome hangs like showckwave or flash player hangs,,and if I leave idle then it again hangs and doesnt resume instantly.I am using Windows 7
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    PurpleSkys Moderator

    google ccleaner and malwarebytes...run them both and then maybe a defrag...let us know how it works out

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    ehtisham.andrabi

    had done these steps before posting this message.,,and again I cleaned up but it didnt help!!!!!

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    PurpleSkys Moderator

    what have you got for system specs on the netbook and what version of win7?

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    I can only answer from a "general" viewpoint. Might check your Power settings, see
    if Hibernate or Shutdown is check marked. You could also try deleting the file
    "hiberfil.sys" by turning off Hibernate feature...then re-enabling it to recreate the
    file (hiberfil.sys is a "copy" of your system in RAM at the time it decides to hibernate)
    just in case it has been corrupted. When uncheck the box, restart your
    computer, then check your C: drive to make sure hiberfil.sys is not
    present. Then you can recreate it by checking the box to enable
    hibernation.
    Wiz

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    PurpleSkys Moderator

    google ccleaner and malwarebytes...run them both and then maybe a defrag...let us know how it works out

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    ehtisham.andrabi

    had done these steps before posting this message.,,and again I cleaned up but it didnt help!!!!!

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    PurpleSkys Moderator

    what have you got for system specs on the netbook and what version of win7?

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    I can only answer from a "general" viewpoint. Might check your Power settings, see
    if Hibernate or Shutdown is check marked. You could also try deleting the file
    "hiberfil.sys" by turning off Hibernate feature...then re-enabling it to recreate the
    file (hiberfil.sys is a "copy" of your system in RAM at the time it decides to hibernate)
    just in case it has been corrupted. When uncheck the box, restart your
    computer, then check your C: drive to make sure hiberfil.sys is not
    present. Then you can recreate it by checking the box to enable
    hibernation.
    Wiz