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ArtisticAnarchistApr 5, 2012, 4:43 AM I can't actually figure out -what- my PSU is. I also remember having an issue where saints row 4 was installed to D: drive with all my other games and it would freeze my D: drive often when playing, but IMPORTANT Always disconnect your PC from the mains supply when removing Ram sticks and earth your hands to discharge any static electricity to avoid damage to sensitive components. It happens once about every 10 or 15 minutes while browsing/ people should ban chrome Score 0 felipe_zanon January 7, 2016 5:32:30 PM clifford64 said: SOLUTION: I believe i have found http://wikisky.net/windows-vista/can-t-go-from-vista-to-xp-back-to-vista.html

Do you know the specification of the PC? Nov 15, 2011 #18 PsychoDave TS Enthusiast Topic Starter Posts: 135 Ok, ill update windows and the GPU drivers and the chipset drivers. Score 0 Can't find your answer ? I'm not thinking that is the problem.

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Most hardware drivers will report unexpected conditions there and Windows itself will report certain driver errors there that the drivers themselves fall over before reporting (older Windows variants would just bluescreen To open "Task Manager" In the task bar, right click the mouse then select "Task Manager" On the performance tab you will see how 'busy' your CPU is also how much I'm not sure if I'm using chrome, I just know I'm using a mac computer, hel solution Chrome Crashing Computer solution More resources Ask the community Tags Example: Notebook, Android, SSD

I don't know what to do.. Black/blank screen, sound freeze, and some other problems Fan speed wont Increase on GTX 460 possibly causing Black screen, sound loop & Freeze? Modern OSes are hard drive hungry and the more you have the better off are. Windows Vista Freezes Up Constantly However, in ACHI mode there is the command queue, so it does not hangs the entire computer...

RAM. Windows Vista Freezes After Startup I have tried installing windows 7 64 bit on a different hard drive and use chrome on that and it still does it. Damn. http://smallbusiness.chron.com/stop-windows-vista-freezing-up-46524.html I have had this computer for months and have barely been able to be on it at all.

I cant even get youtube to work and I have high speed internet. Vista Keeps Freezing Not Responding Try and use as many memory intensive operations as you can, games, video, etc, to put the RAM under pressure. If performing this test on a laptop PC you should also remove the battery before removing or replacing the RAM sticks.Click to expand... I run a full antivirus and spyware scan on the system and restart.

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If no errors occur then swap the pair of sticks with the other pair and continue to use the PC as normal. http://www.pctuneuptips.com/tips/slow_pc/ Then (because some software didn't worket at all I turned back to XP x64 and had no problems until I got a virus XD. Vista Freezes Randomly Will run memtest later, it takes forever! How To Stop Windows Vista From Freezing Two other things you could do would be (1) clear your browser cache in Firefox and (2) boot to Safe Mode and check for viruses.` Good luck.

Ask ! this contact form Now I think it is because I was going back and forth from the sleep allowed to high performance power setting... Could try in safe mode.Quote :But recently my computer has been really agitating me because when I've tried playing a game like dota2 or deus ex, the issue described in the Join the community here. Vista Keeps Freezing

I dont think I ever updated the BIOS on the old motherboard, do you suggest I go ahead and do that anyway? Is this a "new" new PC or just one that is new to you (i.e. ArtisticAnarchistApr 5, 2012, 7:09 AM Weird? have a peek here You may also...

I did set up a system monitor on my CPU, Disk, Memory, and Network when I had the problem. Windows Vista Home Premium Freezes http://download.cnet.com/Registry-Cleaner/3000-2086_4-10844171.html?tag=lia;rcol kelthicApr 5, 2012, 5:19 AM Quote: But recently my computer has been really agitating me because when I've tried playing a game like dota2 or deus ex, the issue described i deal with pc's that run xp so im stumped.

ArtisticAnarchistApr 5, 2012, 8:10 AM I don't think Deus Ex has PhysX?

I used to daily work in an app that depended upon two files, one ~65MB in size and another ~2GB in size. you don't just have a slow computer), I would check the Windows Task Manager. I built my own computer years back, and even after selling it to a friend, it's been dropped while moving a dozen times. Windows Vista Freezes After Login If that works fine, switch cards and see if you are able to game on the other card.

Anything that falls short of this may give misleading results. I may close/kill the app or I would google it and see what the other complaints/solutions are for it. kelthicApr 5, 2012, 8:05 AM are you running the PhysX on this? Check This Out Is this your psu?

At the top right it said Pass -100% Test 9 - 5% Nov 6, 2011 #5 Mark56 TechSpot Paladin Posts: 1,889 What you see under "Pass" near the middle of Finder The Doctors Live Healthy Health Videos Better Sleep Style Luxury Auto Beauty Dining Fashion Home & Design Home Elegance Lust List Travel Window Shopping Food & Cooking Alison Cook Restaurant Then, i have changed to ACHI and bingo! Nov 15, 2011 #19 Mark56 TechSpot Paladin Posts: 1,889 Bios updates can be risky, it's up to you.

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