Please post the make and model of the motherboard, and I will find drivers for that board. It seems this motherboard is not that reliable. I've tried a hard reboot multiple times and I'm getting nowhere. Corrupt system files. this contact form
share|improve this answer edited Aug 21 '09 at 9:46 community wiki 2 revsVladimir Grigorov add a comment| up vote 5 down vote For another speed boost, disable unnecessary Windows services. I know it took extra time, because I attempted to install W7 from a bootable-USB at one point to a different computer, and it was noticeably faster. Again, thanks for your help. The PC ran like a beast up until recently, when it started to slow down. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2027701/frequent-computer-freezes-reinstall.html
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Browse other questions tagged windows performance troubleshooting or ask your own question. I ran the DX Diagnostics to get the information, I hope this is correct. Was getting a little worried that i'd be wiping out my savings account. These days I only buy Western Digital.
a damaged DVD. 3. open applications, disk scanning software, virus software, viruses themselves). Forums DaniWeb IT Discussion Community Forums Join Log In Read Respond Contribute Hardware and Software Programming Digital Media Community Center Home Forums Hardware and Software Forum Microsoft Windows Forum Freezes During something worse. "I can't believe I just did that" was all I could say.
If anything one only wastes time. It might help as a start for beginners that don't have a clue what they are doing. Computer Freezes Randomly Windows 10 To be honest, I didn't know it was Groucho Marx who said it, I thought it was Woody Allen. Memtest86+ As a note, this is a burned disc that I had to create, so it's not going to be as reliable as a factory-disc, if that's a problem.
catilley1092 Win 7/Linux Mint Lover VIP Member Joined: Nov 13, 2009 Messages: 3,507 Likes Received: 569 Location: North Carolina, USA I agree with Nibiru2012 on that. http://wowtechminute.com/windows-10/windows-10-crashes-my-computer.html and you have already disabled all power-saving features? Such opinions may not be accurate and they are to be used at your own risk. Back to top #11 Dr.
You might make sure that HPET is set to 64 in your BIOS though, too while you're at it. Event Viewer If all else fails and the system will support it, a RAM upgrade may be in order. I reboot and it picks up the install where it left off, but still freezes. navigate here One time I was installing XP Pro on a friend's computer and it just wouldn't install at all.
Local time:05:09 AM Posted 10 May 2013 - 10:59 AM I was expecting an actual screen shot of the results to be posted here. It may ask for your Windows CD. During BIOS restart, press
to enter BIOS Setup again. 7.
Check also that the Boot Device Priority is ok. 13.
Modern OSes are RAM-hungry and the more you have the better off they are. Double-check ALL your connections from the hard drive and DVD drive. Have you upgraded to the latest firmware for the BIOS? It'll give us a decent idea of what's running and what could be hogging all your memory/CPU.
Bond, 15 May 2013 - 09:25 AM. I can't even format my HDD through Windows 7. However, I currently don't have the time and willingness to do this here and now.... his comment is here Family and loved ones will always be a priority in my daily life.
small utilities can be helpful for your PC. Is it a bootable thing? 12-19-2005, 09:25 AM #12 whodat Troubled Join Date: Mar 2005 Posts: 6,168 OS: XP yes, either a floppy or cd http://support.wdc.com/download/index.asp?swid=1 12-19-2005, Disk Defrag Sometimes I will clear out their web browser history and cookies and also clean out their temp folders. Sometimes jitter will occur, usually at faster burn speeds.
I get to the "Installing Windows" step according to the list of steps on the left of the screen. I gave that up ages ago, but I was experiencing the exact same problem - a frozen screen midway through the installation. Not the answer you're looking for? Do you have any other ideas as to the potential culprit?