judisomo 16.527 görüntüleme 2:14 Free Windows XP Registry Cleaner That Works! - Süre: 3:18. But I would start with replacing the hard disk and see if that helps.Kees Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Obvious answer not so obvious by Dale E Marcum I had a similar problem on a desktop, by using task manager or Process Explorer (www.sysinternals.com) I found my problem was inetinfo.exe. It seems the heat generated by an antivirus system scan forced a shutdown. http://ix2003.com/windows-xp/windows-xp-freezes-during-installation.html
It just can't do it all. Often dust clogs up the tiny ventilation ports on computers overheating the system and causing it to freeze. Skill 4gig RamNow to the question:This mostly happens when I use the pc for gaming and yes my rig does meet the recommended requirements and exceeds them. Skill 4gig RamNow to the question:This mostly happens when I use the pc for gaming and yes my rig does meet the recommended requirements and exceeds them. https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_xp-performance/desktop-freezing-frequently-using-windows-xp/b4bfa0d1-efee-45df-8151-4755b6572e31
It could be from the following: 1. Select Safe Mode from the option using your keyboard.StepOnce in safe mode run your antivirus program. Oturum aç İstatistikler 10.091 görüntüleme 8 Bu videoyu beğendiniz mi?
Step 1. I cant ALT+TAB nor CTRL+ALT+DEL...only thing left is for me to do is to restart the computer. It could be heat-related. Regards,Brooks Back to top #14 ZapZap ZapZap Topic Starter Members 17 posts OFFLINE Local time:05:52 PM Posted 30 October 2012 - 04:51 PM Hello,It appears that the hard drive
until the next freeze (and these are now increasing in frequency.) Mar 11, 2005 #8 mijcar TS Rookie It sounds like some form of progressive degeneration. Computer Freezes Randomly Windows Xp Bu tercihi aşağıdan değiştirebilirsiniz. Run the computer without these cards to see if they are the cause of your issue. The event viewer can show any and all errors.
If you access the same parts from another computer known to be working, try swapping the parts to isolate the faulty hardware. Many times this can be the root of your problem. Ekle Bu videoyu daha sonra tekrar izlemek mi istiyorsunuz? Spybot never catches what you want it to.
Check to make sure system fans are running hose the vents off with canned air the possible problem is bad ram down load mem test and run it on boot up When I have a clearer idea of what you are describing, I might have an idea or two to offer. Windows Xp Freezes After A Few Minutes Newly built gaming PC is freezing for some unknown reason Can't find your answer ? Windows Xp Keeps Freezing Tip: If the computer has any malware, virus, or other malicious software it can also cause many problems.
You said that your computer froze, which I understand (or thought I did); but then you said you went into "safe mode" and shut down from there. this contact form After unchecking them and restarting the computer, I tested for freezing and the freezes did not go away. This means that you cannot use "Safe Mode" as a way of shutting down your computer when it freezes. we started the disk while OPEN and disassembled and began writing files to it.
If Windows XP freezes on boot related by malware or virus, you are suggested to use anti-virus program to erase viruses. Are any on the high side?ctfmon is not critical for most systems. Using the site is easy and fun. http://ix2003.com/windows-xp/computer-freezes-randomly-windows-xp.html I looked in Event Viewer and for both times when my computer froze today, in the Application Log, it had errors for a source from "VSS" and "Event Manager".
I reboot it, it works for a short time then goes blue again. Are there any tools or clue about how to fix Windows XP freezes issues? Then, after some very serious performence degradation and false positives, not resolved by uninstalling, reinsytalling, I switched to another. The best thing I did was get rid of Mcfee and norton.
Driver related issue A computer lock up can also be caused by outdated or corrupted drivers. But was the 12-24 hours a typo, did you mean 12-24 passes or am I suppose to run the program for that many hours? I went into Safe mode and did a shut down from there, but when I restarted again, when the Windows XP logo comes up, it changed to random colors, with a Check This Out And instead of running Diskeeper, can I just run the Disk Defrag located in Accessories>>System tools??
Do all your necessary maintenance i.e. There wasn't any errors at the point though. I now have the same problem on my new Dell Inspiron!!!!!!!!