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  1. Here's how to Fix WMI Event ID 10, "InstanceModificationEven

    Hey Midas001, I had some difficulty understanding how to get the administrator prompt so I had to do some more digging. The way the above guy described it is confusing. Here's how: Push the Windows key (between Ctrl and Alt) Type the 3 letters cmd (you should automatically be typing in the search field now) but DO NOT push enter yet Hold down Shift and Ctrl and keep them held down Now press Enter The way you'll know that you have the right prompt is that the path should be Windows\system32 instead of Users\(name of your computer). It's really weird how this whole freeze thing works, I have to admit this quickfix is annoying but it becomes like second nature once you get used to it. I have to do this little ritual each time I log on so I don't get freezes. I have yet to find a permanent solution. Hope this helps. K I have the same problem. I did the cmmand prompt thing exactly how it says, but my computer keeps freezing up after a while of use. Every time.
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