Not sure if this route will work in XP but from Start type temp then click on Change temporary Internet file settings - this will give you the same window as you would get via Tools etc. then under the Advanced tab click on Reset and you can select how much you want it to reset by.
Re: XP Randomly Freezes with no Error Message or BSOD
Please do not Hijack someone else's thread.Also do not post more then one thread about the same problem. I have merged your threads together.
Your profile says your OS XP 6, there is no such thing. XP 6 Edit your profile so, that it says what version of XP (Pro, Home) and the Service Pack (SP3 etc) your are running.
What version of IE are you running? (ex) IE6, IE7, IE8? To reset IE go Start/Control Panel/Internet Options/Advanced/Reset Internet Explorer Settings/Reset.
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