I know that you've already posted a new question which is off to a good start, but here's a little more detail on why the original question was closed. You asked a question that has been asked hundreds, of times her on Super User. Answering those questions day in and day out gets tiring and frustrating to regulars, especially when they're basically the same answer.
I addressed this issue here:
The infamous "My PC is freezing" question...
Here's my question, do we just allow each one, and help the Super User
along as they learn? Do we try to merge them all into a general
"freezing" super question and close any future questions? Or do we try
to use the Super User blog and post about stuff like this and then
close questions regarding this?
And Joel came out with a blog post regarding it:
When you see a question that seems like it might reflect a common
problem, don’t just answer it to get a few points. That doesn’t
make the Internet any better. Instead, help us build up a library of
canonical questions and answers that are more generic versions of the
same question, and then start closing all the exact duplicates
Help us build a great library of canonical answers. If you keep seeing
the same form of questions, whether it’s mod_rewrite rules on Server
Fault, freezing computers on Super User, or how to use regular
expressions to parse HTML, write a great, canonical answer, once and
for all. Make it community wiki so that as many other people as
possible can make it great. Work really hard on writing something
that is clear, concise, and understandable by as wide an audience as
Thus was born our canonical answers or community-faq. These are all questions that arise pretty often here on Super User, and have been given a lot of thought into asking and answering them.
So in regards to your original question, it was one of those "My computer is freezing! Help me!" questions. We simply ask that you look at those, read through them, and then IF and ONLY IF you have any more specific questions go ahead and ask.