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Windows XP Hangs Randomly + Graphic Corruption

I do not know what cauused this as the PC is 5 years old but that has fixed the proble, Thank you very much. I have reviewed the dump file (mini010908-1.dmp) created when the thing crashed only to see ATI programs (video card = ATI Radeon 1150) Anybody got any answers????????? I tried that and it worked beautifully: when I set it to never go to sleep or turn off the hard drive (the high performance plan in power management in my Back to top #7 funkapunkafide funkapunkafide Members 1 posts OFFLINE Local time:02:34 AM Posted 03 April 2009 - 10:18 AM i dont think its graphics card prob, im now using navigate here

It seems the heat generated by an antivirus system scan forced a shutdown. Thank u for this great tuot!! Replace case cover and you should be back in business. I have had the same problem with XP. find this

Restarted twice {to be sure} and it was fixed. Subscribe to our newsletter Sign Up Team Terms of Use Contact Policies CCM Benchmark Group health.ccm.net vista freezes up all the time - page 2 Search Sign Up Log In Home VG ^^ Agree. @Prabhjot Because they want users to leave XP and Vista and upgrade to Windows 7. Yipppee, so far so good....online now 15 minutes!!!

  1. I flashed the BIOS and rebooted...same.
  2. run the program that checks for registry errors and system inconsistencies (in Norton, that would be WinDoctor) d.
  3. 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
  4. and since then Office is wrecked.
  5. Just purchased a new graphics card.
  6. I am, however, curious what causes that.
  7. When a graphics card is performing faster, it may also stress the card more and thus you may not be able to achive as high of an overclock as you may
  8. Once I plugged the hdmi back in my reboot was normal.
  9. Its the video drivers conflicting with the OS.
  10. Blank deskop upon startup and an empty tool bar.

Click here to Register a free account now! I mean MS used this "subpixel positioning" option to make fonts legible, but it practically makes fonts ugly .... A restore point allows you to undo software changes you make while trying to solve your video card problem. If you have an NVIDIA card, then you can try CoolBits or RivaTuner.

hearing the sounds and all that.), and others it just hung while i'm doing my work halfway. Unfortunately, some motherboards don't measure their own voltages very accurately. hmmm and we i use the same monitor as yours i have acer AL1716 Back to top #12 gruen33 gruen33 Members 1 posts OFFLINE Local time:02:34 AM Posted 22 August http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/345675-33-could-video-card-causing-freeze so detail step-by-step instructions would be great!!

How can I get rid of this creepy hacker? Counter-Fibonacci Sequences Did Bill know that Elle Driver was planning to kill Budd? It's not uncommon for the advanced part of the sound drivers to be a bit buggy and to cause system crashes. Only difference is that the line Plug And Play O/S (Advanced > PCI/PnP Settings): Changed from Yes to No was already set to no, but changing the initial graphics adapter to

The UI is now blank, some things appear if rolled over, but most is unusable. Please. can cause random reboots. View all 8 comments Report spectre- Aug 21, 2008 at 09:25 PM Thanks for the solution.

If everything appears to be in order, then plug it back into the motherboard and make sure to reconnect any auxiliary power cables. http://midsolutions.org/windows-xp/computer-freezes-randomly-windows-xp.html A BSOD is a Windows trademark which is why you might not ever see it in Ubuntu. Try That And By the way their is a recovery disk manager provided by HP in start menu applications open it and follow the instructions , insert empty dvd disk's one and i never tryd to turn off my monitor and than turn it back on so i cna try that next but!

The system will even shutdown properly with a single push on the power switch. I would appreciate any advice you have! ricardoisMar 7, 2012, 10:21 AM i don't believe a videocard would freeze a computer, when they are with problems they shut down and the screen also shutdown, but never heard of his comment is here But now all seems to be ok.

Jonny hey i have office 2013 on windows 7, but it has screen refresh problem (black colour in some places), how to solve this VG?? Report jess757- Dec 3, 2009 at 12:38 PM which recent vista updates did you delete? For those of you still having trouble, I found this little piece of info that may be useful.

sometimes, my screen cant load (but my PC is still running.

If your sound is integrated into the motherboard, then the drivers can be downloaded from the company which manufactured the motherboard or from the maker of your computer. Locate dwm.exe .... I'll try your resolution. I had the freezing problem for a while, and I couldn't understand why sometime it would work (windows media center with TV tuner, some video player, some video streaming from internet-but

Slowing them down can make them work properly. I do have it Duel Booting into XP also and that works fine. The hot GPU is often a symptom of a defective PSU. http://midsolutions.org/windows-xp/computer-freezes-randomly-windows-10.html In any case after doing a clean re-install of the latest nvidia drivers, plugging in my 19" and changing this setting, I was then able to plug back in my 24".

I think mine got corrupted through a defrag I did earlier. The problem was still there all the way up to the last update...Service Pack 3. Already have an account? but it was ALL OVER my screen!

must be an update issue. like f10 or f8 is not responding during startup... I'll check out the GPU temps. I tried the drivers and it didnt work.

Join the community here. so can't even check my hard disk or log on the safe mode... it seems like my monitor looses communication to the computer and goes to sleep.. When you use the event viewer you should be given to links to sites that discuss possible reasons for the problem.

It is not the video card.Does your computer ever restart on it's own, while your in the middle of something? Sanjeev Kumar WORKED FOR ME WHEN NONE ELSE DID. External devices:  Sometimes a faulty external device like a USB Camera, Mouse, Keyboard, Gaming control etc. Graphic Card:  Sometimes a GPU can cause system instability.

Helpful +3 Report babli Jul 29, 2008 at 09:01 PM I am having some similar problems.Initially I was not getting any connection from the cpu to the monitor quite a lot Helpful +18 Report sir Oct 18, 2008 at 04:11 AM hey people out there. If you're not sure what to do then you should just run through all of them.