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My computer has almost completely frozen because I have only 39 MGs available. I am trying to get stuff off it but the computer has frozen so much I can't get in to remove anything. How do I proceed? (Yes, I know it was dumb to let it get to this point but what can I do now?)

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Is this Windows?

If so which version?

Try uninstalling and deleting files in SAFE Mode.


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Time factor

The topic has been repeatedly discussed. You will need to continue to do what you're doing and allow it the "time" to do it. What looks like a frozen PC maybe a PC hard at work with limited resources bogged down, but working.

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