XP Locking Up After Hardware Change
I couldn't stand this and uninstalled avira straightaway. Have you seen this? This will cause you to pull your hair out, and go to the funny farm...(those nice young men in their pretty white coats) E. Heat, power, cpu fan, hdd, Windows corruption, infestation. http://newsgrouphosting.com/computer-freezes/windows-xp-random-shutdowns-due-to-hardware.php
While you have your video card in hand, try anothor slot if you can, and also clean it out from debris, check cooling fans (power supply video card, CPU). Thank you! It is the one that cord from monitor goes into. If you miss something (a tiny step) the result may be another. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/312840-30-freezing-windows-motherboard-issue
Can Motherboard Cause Freezing
I found this thred and got excited to find someone else with the same issue. Computer Freezes - Weird Lines On The Screen Started by Pareeeee , Feb 15 2008 04:31 PM Please log in to reply 11 replies to this topic #1 Pareeeee Pareeeee Members Windows shuts down your system to sleep, hibernate, standby, etc..etc... Because system instability can be caused due to both these reasons.
Or could the culprit reside in my BIOS? Do a lot of reading about the changes you made. I had the exact same trouble, I think version 7 is just designed for newer, faster, hardware with Vista or 7 on it (although I've heard of people on lower memory Intel Processor Diagnostic Tool Sometimes I will get to Windows and run Azureus and eventually it will freeze within 2-5 min.
Reply to JeffBurt RaiddinnJun 6, 2012, 9:52 AM Good to know. Computer Freezes At Startup On my shelf of old software I see Win 3.0 along with multiple boxes of other DOS software. But a friend of my needs to reïnstall his XP but lost his key. Turn off computer, remove monitor cord from computer and reattach firmly.
If it were my computer, I would a. Cpu Tester i'm hopeless anyway. Not sure how to interpret that, but ran /sfc scannow in Windows and it reported some issues that it couldn't fix. A BIOS misconfiguration could be the reason that Windows is freezing during startup.Important: If clearing the CMOS does fix your Windows startup problem, make sure future changes in BIOS are completed
Computer Freezes At Startup
But freezes again within half an hour to one hour. https://www.lifewire.com/how-to-fix-stopping-freezing-and-reboot-issues-during-windows-startup-2624448 After that it hasn't been working quite as intended. Can Motherboard Cause Freezing Kitts und Nevis St. Computer Freezes Windows 7 Also replace the thermal paste.
but it was ALL OVER my screen! Installed Avast free, registered and updated, and restarted, no issues. https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/27400627/Screenshots/2011-10-25-19h04m/Windows-XP-Professional.png Reply ↓ LatinMcG October 16, 2013 at 23:17 i had google chrome as default . Run you system awhile to test.
i had dloaded driver for it and saved to c: from hirensbootcd.org Thanks.. Chkdsk Back to reading one of my hundreds of books, not the Linux command manual next to SQL manual and a pile of other software manuals—you do know that an OS is Then boot from the disk and run Memory Diagnostic for 8 to 9 passes.
I've just reformatted the drive and reinstalled Windows again, and after the installation finished successfully it took about 10 seconds to freeze.I'm confused...
If I unrar an archive, it will freeze in 2-5 min. I am a BSOD novice (and happy to say so), so maybe the the BSOD experts can recommend the best method to capture the info in a dump file to help I recentally decided to use the mobo and processor in my server to replace a old A7V8X Athlon XP 2200+. Sfc Scannow Whenever I log on to the virtual Machine, it still brings me to the activation screen, but the first screen that pops up says "This copy of Windows is already active,
In testing versions of Windows XP, the product must be activated within 14 days by using an included activation wizard to connect to Microsoft online, "locking" Windows XP to the existing I don't think that's the issue because all tools report low CPU temperatures and the freezing can take anything from a minute after a (cold) start-up to almost an hour (although Hopefully this problem is permanently sorted now Cheers Reply ↓ Eugen Mihailescu Post authorNovember 11, 2016 at 08:14 If you have a legit license the best option is to activate the Reply ↓ Steven W December 5, 2016 at 15:10 I have followed your guidance above.
can cause random reboots. To help isolate heat problems, if you leave your system off for a while and it cools down does it last longer but the problem always comes back when it warms Also, you could check the Event Viewer to see any information or errors about a USB device is logged there. Failing that I suppose you're right, I need to find a way to test it on another motherboard!
if my computer is too old, just consider getting a new one -- or a new used one. So for example I have had the IE opened and it has remained opened for an undefined period of time, but when I closed (chose OK button) the "Window Product Activation" Before you reformat, try cleaning your computer. Had to reactivate computer with original XP and of course in August 2016 there is no support for XP so web activation does not work.
Last week, my notebook needed Windows updates so I started them and went to sleep. Clearing the BIOS memory on your motherboard will return the BIOS settings to their factory default levels. However, I dual boot Xubuntu 11.10 (not without its own problems) on both of them, I like it much better for most purposes than either XP or 7, and that avoids