For example, it will stop accepting new devices added to a hub (I have a USB switch and it will not let me switch devices in just before it locks up). My XP PC was rock solid until I upgraded it to W7 then I started getting random lockups and reboots. m 0 l nikorr June 18, 2012 5:52:34 AM "I got a top notch Firewall/anti-virus/malware program. " What are these? Now I'm freezing up again, and this can occur at any time, and doing any number of zero processor use things such as closing a browser tab, minimizing a window, or
I believe this is a bug, but I am curious if I have made a configuration error, or incorrect support assumption. I have just noticed that when I enter scale mode with host+c, the guest video freezes, and no longer seems to accept keyboard or mouse input, and the guest must then The normal symptom is a straight lock up with no BSOD. The computer froze at 12:26pm (GMT-7) making it 1:06:02 through the movie (not even to the end, a little more than half way through it).
If this doesn't work, I'm going to RMA my board to gigabyte. Yesterday my computer froze on two separate occasions while I was watching clips on YouTube. If audio is playing when the computer locks up the audio often continues to play for a minute or two but gets slower and slower until finally it just buzzes and I swapped them out and everything went well yet again.
I've documented my pain in a thread on tweak town which I will quote here : My new machine, Windows 7 Enterprise 64-bit on a GA-P55M-UD2 with a core i5-750, standard Just upgraded ram before instalation. Nicky Burnell burnell Feb 16, 2004, 07:17pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse Private Message - Add to Buddy List >>Re: Windows XP PRO freezes on "Setup is starting I corrected that when sticking both back in.
I have also tried enabling and disabling ACPI control. THe oddest part is that Win2k PRo still runs on one of the partitions. shyam-mistryFeb 2, 2012, 9:08 AM Well my computer is doing this same thing and idk what is happening so can anyone help me out, it just freezes out of no where Full clean install of 7 64 bit, and it's been "random hangs" ever since.My wife has a "twin" box to this one, with the only diff being a 500 GB mirror
I've had this issue since I got my computer 6 months ago(Last Christmas). I have the same problem. I have had System Mechanic intalled for 2 months. I was able to narrow down the programs I installed before the system freezes first started.
There have been no hardware changes in over a year, and only minor software. I, too, have this problem. But, should I turn the computer off over night, then on in the morning, I either risk a lock up, or just do a hard boot after about 10 minutes, assuming It really hard to figure out the problem, because it so random, i have no programs intalled at all yet (no internet).
It's really quite random, and I can't determine exactly when it would lock up.As an example, suppose I'm watching Youtube, and the video's playing. Ever since my install, i'll get sporadic complete freezes, or "hard locks", in which not even the keyboard lights will respond. Today I tested this theory by disconnecting the adapter from the computer. I do not see any reference to 'C1E' in my BIOS.
That told me the install was not to blame. Install went smoothly. Nikorr, I doubt it is a malware problem, I got a top notch Firewall/anti-virus/malware program. I have removed part of the memory and swapped out the banks to see if that would make a difference.
I hope I have cured it, which seems likely as I can play a couple of games that always seemed to lock up the system and I have had no freezes Full Review SCYTHE D1225C12B7AP-29 GENTLE TYPHOON 120 MM FAN 3000RPM Reviewed by MasakakiKairi The 3000 RPM version of the Nidec Servo GT 12v 0.56A 17-44 dB A Good static pressure All have come up with no errors.
What happens is the screen freezes and all hardware becomes completely non-responsive (I tested the Num Lock key on my keyboard and can't even turn it off). I tried Standard PC & got the same result. Tuesday, January 26, 2010 4:46 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote For my system specifically, I RMA'd the motherboard. However, that article references problems updating, but I didn't see anything about freezing.
I think this is a issue with Microsoft andnot hardware, but indeed a bug! At first things appeared to be stable, but shortly there after the system froze. If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Technet Web site.Would you like to participate? I set the CAS and other settings to the standard level from the manufacturer (8-8-8-24) but am still getting odd reboots.
And, more important than that, I wanted to express my appreciation to all of you for your efforts to help one another. I'm still going to update my BIOS. If you have never updated your BIOS I'd look at the various BIOS revisions on Gigabytes website to see if any of them had a problem/fix for this issue. I think this is a issue with Microsoft and not hardware, but indeed a bug!
I have run the memory though days of testing with Memtest 86+ and MemScope with not a single error. In most cases, using a cleaner to remove obsolete, invalid, and erroneous entries does not affect system performance but it can result in "unpredictable results". I thought I needed diff MOBO or CPU. At this point I'm beginning to suspect that some program may be the cause of all of this.
I will post results after. I read another case that it might be the RAM, but I have ran the Windows Memory Diagnostics Tool and it has detected nothing. Tried to reinstall again to correct problem, and the install will not complete.I unplugged every card save video, and unplugged every device save disk to attempt install.