Vista Freezing After 5 Minutes
XP Pro x64 SP3. The time now is 15:55. .
XP Pro x64 SP3. The time now is 15:55. .
I also use Hirens or UBCD help/repair discs which besides booting on their own provide some s/w to check things out. go into Device Manager and locate your sound card and disable it for now. Crashes and Debugging Windows keeps freezing every few minutesHi I have Lenovo U330, 4GB Ram, Dual Core Intel Processor, With windows vista 64bit. Thursday, August 02, 2007 7:11 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Gateway cust support suggested physically removing the memory in case there is static built up.
Even added more memory.. I will try disableing a complete list of services I picked up earlier. But for videos, if I click the program, it will freeze the video, and if I try to type something, it will show up the first character that I type and System Manufacturer/Model Number Self Build OS Vista Ultimate x64, SP2. Can't be too careful in this sue happy world.
Dont worry, I had XP, thought a new OS would fix it (now have Vista Ultimate) have also tried Windows 7RC. It too had been freezing after being on for only 10 minutes or as long as a couple of hours. I've got 200 GB free, but if it's gonna act like Android 4.2 instead of 4.4 with TRIM support, I may have to buy a new hard drive and clone the Please help me to get rid of this problem.
Im seeking help on fixing this problem with my computer. edmond419Apr 5, 2010, 3:47 PM hm...quite rightI tried disabling some features in the BIOS but it didn't help, it only made the computer slower digitalprospecterApr 5, 2010, 4:00 PM This is What's up with that? if you want to disable it, please go to start then run then type in "msconfig.exe" then the config utility will display.
Sunday, August 05, 2007 12:28 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Olorin's suggestion about going into msconfig appears to be the winner. I went and disabled all non MS/Intel/HP stuff, which I tried everything, went to logitech downloaded the vista driver, tried different usb ports, used bought two new mouse that is non logitech, one with usb the otehr with p/2 and ran good, could run anything with out glitching slowing up or freezing. Geek Squad the authorized service company offered to come to my house and test compatibility with Vists for $159+ tax.
If this is the original HD(250gb), then maybe it gave its best yrs. I don't know if this will help anyone else, but I'll give all the steps I was given and what eventually worked. Gateway customer service asked me to do the Windows Vista Freezes After Login Edit: Just finished; "Windows Resource Protection did not find any integrity violations" Dec 9, 2009 #3 scuzzo TS Rookie Posts: 50 First, in my own opion, ditch the AVG and They are all SATA and I spread my programs, music, windows installs and games across various HDDs.
I have uninstalled Norton and gone back AVG. System Manufacturer/Model Number Self Build OS Vista Ultimate x64, SP2. We pull the heat sinks to clean and replace the heat sink compound. check over here Wife hates new PC and Vista....Thanks Bill Gates. Wednesday, September 05, 2007 12:50 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Same problem as most.
I've read all the replies but it seems to be mostly people restating the same problem rather than any solutions. Before I took that to be... But can barely do anything on the desktop because of being in safe mode.
I have an Dell Inspiron 1525 Vista Home Basic. I was able to disable all start up programs to try and see if thats whats causing the problem but had no luck. And I can't find any anywhere else. This fixed my problems COMPLETELY. Any motherboard older than around 6 months might well have compatibility issues with vista.
Same issue here. Now I can only do hard-reboots and my screen is completely blank. PC could not write or read from disk until I would cold boot the PC. this content Quite literally all I can do is turn the computer off using the switch on the back, hold down the power button or pull the power cable out.
Ad-aware would do the same thing. If so, run the Recovery Manager, select and run Microsoft Startup Repair Tool.