-> http://reviews.cnet.com/5208-6142-0.html?forumID=5&threadID=63950&messageID=775736 and how the tool there allows you to dissect that right click.
Well, I've looked on google in a million different ways to try to find why a certain something happens to my computer and so far no one seems to have ever had the problem mine has.
It has always had this problem. The problem is that as soon as I restart the computer, there is a limited number of right clicks I can make before the computer crashes. I haven't counted exactly how many but it's 100 or something. Once the computer has exceeded this supposed right-click quota, Windows XP gives me weird messages saying I don't have enough memory to do anything. Like when I try to open paint, it says it could not open paint because there is not enough memory. I attempt to open my ISP and it doesn't work either.
I have 256 MB RAM, and the only things I usually have active on my task bar thing are Norton Antivirus autoprotect and my ISP. But when I repeatedly right-click from copying and pasting, or to get the properties of a file or the source of a website or something, it apparently slowly depletes the memory every click... But when I restart the computer it seems fine until I start right-clicking again. Does anyone know how and why this happens and any ways to fix it?