Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... I don't know exactly what the problem is, something missing, installed wrong, or whatever, but another clean install always seems to fix it. Now my thought is that the processor is now in control of the Ram. The only change to new software has been that I've got a new Wireless Internet connection now. Check This Out
I thought it was hardware but evidently not. Could that be a problem? You're forced to restart manually, only to watch it freeze at the same place again. Reduce the power supply load. https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/473108/random-computer-freezing/
It would even explain my gaming crashes, though I'm fairly confident they explain themselves without any help from a faulty power supply. You can also turn off programs that start auto matically in msconfig,then turn them on one at a time after a reboot. Hope it fixes up for you soon. Any other ideas?
Continue Reading Up Next Up Next List What Are the Advanced Startup Menu Options and How Do You Use Them? Here's what happens: 1 - Computer freezes whenever it wants to. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - "The fan on it IS clogged with dust," by R. Windows Xp Freezes After Startup Here's How Article How to Navigate the Startup Settings Menu in Windows 10 & 8 Article How to Properly Reinstall a Software Program in Windows Get the Most From Your Tech
Should I try Windows 7 32-bit? Windows could freeze, stop, or reboot during the startup process because of damage to a driver, important file, or part of the registry. I saved the knowledge base article and will post it tonight. A CCM membership gives you access to additional options.
Some how something got on my disc the other day and it would freeze during the install. Malwarebytes SATA connections can sometimes wiggle loose rather easily. I went to System Information and then to System History and found a lot of references to my motherboard's drivers. Have you tried clicking on the links offered?
I have already uninstalled my main browser firefox, and I am now using Internet Explorer and the problem has not changed. http://ccm.net/forum/affich-43718-my-computer-keeps-freezing disable everything on startup and all non-microsoft services. Computer Freezes Randomly Windows Xp And instead of running Diskeeper, can I just run the Disk Defrag located in Accessories>>System tools?? Windows Xp Keeps Freezing I switched the FM/TV card's slot with my sound card and that helped long enough for me to look around.
Your computer might freeze up, reboot on its own, or just stop and not respond to anything you do.Maybe you see the login screen but after entering your password, nothing happens. http://intopt.com/windows-xp/windows-xp-sp3-rc2-crashes-computer.html mattweed9, Jan 19, 2010 #4 catilley1092 Win 7/Linux Mint Lover VIP Member Joined: Nov 13, 2009 Messages: 3,507 Likes Received: 569 Location: North Carolina, USA mattweed9 said: This might not be Both are not current and prone to be wildly out of date. Thank you! . Windows Xp Freezes On Startup
Everybody here is really good at finding out the issue and are quite responsive. Your machine has a less than monster power supply and it's not 350 Watts. Resultant ina crash. Here is common issues others have had with Sp3. this contact form Sign up now.
Hey Joe, Sorry to hear that things aren't going well for your W7. if this solves half ur problem...face the biggest problem.... Thanks in advance for all your help.
Click Start, click Control Panel, and then double-click Display. 2. Please try again. Start fresh, put the cd in, delete all the partions..If your xp cd does not have sp2, Make the systempartion under 120mb. Double-check ALL your connections from the hard drive and DVD drive.
There wasn't any errors at the point though. Installation goes through almost smoothly, then at 7 minutes left, halfway through the Saving Settings bar, it freezes, no response from mouse keyboard ect. Run both Quick and Extended tests.A Fail is either test should make you suspect a failing hard drive.Okay, I've just finished running both the quick and extended tests and both have http://intopt.com/windows-xp/what-to-do-with-an-old-windows-xp-computer.html Get a PCI graphics card and monitor your system.
Many learn to find where the drivers are, but I start with the maker.In closing, why is this not a warranty issue? Enter BIOS and load BIOS Defaults
Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Update - no luck by fradleybox / January 3, 2006 10:25 PM PST In reply to: what you say does make sense disconnecting by R. Nibiru2012, Jan 25, 2010 #8 catilley1092 likes this. Boot into your xp cd.
If no freezes, then start adding start-up items.The goal is to isolate the offending service or startup program.Thank you. Ask ! Newer drives use SATA cables and older drives use PATA cables.Note: A loose hard drive data cable can cause the same issues that a damaged one can but hopefully you checked Think of this as reverse UAC.
I havent found a soln yet... Proffitt Forum moderator / January 16, 2006 10:08 PM PST In reply to: I have the exact same problem!!! If you're having problems even getting that far, see my list of Free Bootable Antivirus Tools for some programs that will scan for viruses even without access to Windows.A virus or run http://www.memtest.org/ and see if that helps you determine if its your memory or HD thats gone. 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - Bad Memory...
I made new windows installation -> no help, then try change every part in computer to another (except motherboard) -> no help after that I tried to using IDE drive (before A physical problem with your hard drive is certainly a reason why Windows might reboot continuously, freeze completely, or stop in its tracks. Privacy statement © 2017 Microsoft. I'm still afraid to reinstall the SP3, but I'm hoping that the PCI card is what was wrong.
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