Windows XP Locks Up After Fresh Format
It seems the heat generated by an antivirus system scan forced a shutdown. however, i have another CPU i could poss test with a new Duron 1300 so maybe as a last resort but only thing i havent chnaged is PS and CPU. You might also try doing some basic maintenance. Still nothing. his comment is here
It was a fairly easy process, following instructions on one of ASUS's forums: http://vip.asus.com/forum/view.aspx...id=1&model=P5B Deluxe/WiFi-AP&page=1&count=70 Preparation: 1. let the XP Install CD do it all for you ... i just thought it was odd that it was working perfectly fine with the new video card for a period of 2 weeks, then all of a sudden start acting up. Also, I tend to notice freezing whenever I am pretty active on the computer.
Computer Freezes Randomly Windows 10
Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... It typically freezes within 1-30 minutes of activity. This also means that you cannot use C-A-D (control-alt-delete).
Please enter your email address below and click Subscribe. Copyright © 2000-2017 Hardware Analysis Login _ Social Sharing Find TechSpot on... How do u run the diagnostics without an OS on the system? With the "Gates OS" I could have breakfast and a second cup of coffee before it finished booting. In my experience with IDE hard drives, there are many pin positions, and you normally have to have at least one pin in each drive.
by nonontech / May 20, 2011 10:45 AM PDT In reply to: Windows XP computer still runs slow even after a clean install?! Memtest Should I flash my BIOS to a more updated version (of available)? I have come up with nothing. First thing I did is removed all his partitions and created an NTFS partition and formatted it in WinXP Setup.
Maybe that is not a problem as you mentioned doing a clean install. Most times it would run the hard drive like crazy, and then eventually go to a black screen and do a memory dump. 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. I have enabled/disabled just about everything in the bios, Ive loaded failsafe defaults, and optimized defaults..Ive done everything I can think of.
- when I went to sleep, then when I woke up I was able to do the same things.
- But thats besides the point.
- I thought 18 hours would be enough and I also find it strange that the status still says 0%.
- It sat at 2% for a day, and I restarted and tried again, 4% and sat for another day, but gave me an error which I now forgot (should've wrote that
- Thanks again for all your efforts, I'll get Windows 7 working yet!
- Mar 11, 2005 #9 swurst272 TS Rookie Similar Issues I have similar issues with XP Pro or other MS software.
- Of course its a real pain to load all the data again, but do you think it would solve the problem?
- I have never known a cpu to act this way...in all the ones I have had crap out on me, the system just wounldnt boot.
- Brian M.
- I have to manually restart my computer.
Power supplies routinely go flakey when they age, way before they fully fail (no power at all or machine won't boot). Make sure they are seated fully. Computer Freezes Randomly Windows 10 Helpful +0 Report xpcman 16739Posts Wednesday October 8, 2008Registration date ModeratorStatus January 5, 2017 Last seen Feb 15, 2010 at 05:07 PM Reformatting the hard drive? Kalario, Feb 1, 2010 #16 Nibiru2012 Quick Scotty, beam me up!
Your pc would really speed up with a SSD. http://swapshaker.com/windows-xp/xp-fresh-install.html While browsing firefox (after 2-3 minutes), windows XP just locks up. I just don't want to go through another 18 hour debacle. Used the disc on an MSI board and no problems at all.
The SSD is certainly not for your documents, videos, music, photos and game installation files, but could eventually be a convenient place for heavily used files with complex structure and many Its an eMachine W2260, AMD Athlon XP 2200 running at 1.8Mhz, 256 MB DDR, 60GB Western Digital WD600 hard drive, and onboard video/sound/nic, etc. There are no other components installed on this machine besides those listed above to conflict. weblink I suggest as you did not mention how much cache and speed your HD has.
Tim don bishop Feb 06, 2004, 01:14am EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse Private Message - Add to Buddy List >>Re: Windows XP PRO freezes on "Setup is starting I have just had a similar problem, if your system has two memory sticks take one out and reboot. Dermo. 12-18-2005, 08:08 PM #9 silversleeper Registered Member Join Date: Oct 2004 Posts: 48 OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/Server 2003 i will try my buddies cd rom tomorrow when i
I thought it was hardware but evidently not.
delete and reset the partition again and let XP do the formatting. the problem was from HDD , it was damaged However thank you for your care+ excuses for my bad English Can't find your answer ? Do you think my computer is somehow incompatible with 64-bit? I have already uninstalled my main browser firefox, and I am now using Internet Explorer and the problem has not changed.
And below it reads, "Setup will complete in approximately 27 minutes". That hardware you listed is fully 64bit capable. The SSD drives of todat have sata interfaces. check over here Any other symptoms or you just find it lagging ?
Get the answer Gary BuseyJun 29, 2012, 8:33 AM Man, neet trick !I burned an Xpcd and it wouldn't boot but pressing R during computer start-up and it's going through the except my safe mode freezes aswell ! I don't know what the problem could be, and I possibly just wasted $100+ on the new things which I didn't really want to do because I eventually wanted to build What works and what doesn't work at that point? 2. "Safe Mode" -- as far as I know -- cannot be launched from the windows desktop.
by Lee Koo (ADMIN) CNET staff/forum admin / May 20, 2011 6:52 AM PDT Question:Windows XP computer still runs slow even after a clean install?!Is it possible even with a clean Flag Permalink This was helpful (2) Collapse - Heat was my issue by dknispel / May 30, 2011 11:33 PM PDT In reply to: Halt OR just slow down I had I thought that running the normal NTFS format was rather redundant because I already completely wiped the drive. Now my thought is that the processor is now in control of the Ram.
Proffitt Forum moderator / June 1, 2011 7:27 AM PDT In reply to: Leaktest As any leaktest must jump outside boundaries of it's memory space any good antivirus should flag it I literally bought a new piece of hardware, and tried to install XP with each new item. It won't boot up. 4- Even if I switch the computer off and on again, it won't boot up. 5- So I go into safe mode by pressing F8, and then Thank you. --Submitted by: Bob W.Here are some member answers to get you started, butplease read all the advice and suggestions that ourmembers have contributed to this question.
you don't say how confident you are with systems.I am sure you can get some recommendations and ratings here for the many "tweak" tools available. I would really appreciate some help. Minor problems for me to get everything I wanted into the system, such as contacts, bookmarks & Seamonkey. any recommendations on places to purchase a power supply?
Good luck. Or from cmd, or from disk management , while you are in windows? Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - If not your HDD or PSU (power supply unit) ...