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Thanks for the replies Jun 2, 2011 #4 Route44 TechSpot Ambassador Posts: 11,966 +70 This still sounds like a heat issue at this point because heat that rises above I ran memtest86 on two different sticks, one at a time. I clean out my fans and the inside of my computer at least once every two weeks with canned air, q-tips, etc.My computer info:Basically I am mostly trying to figure out I have the Knack. ** If I haven't replied in 48 hours, please send me a message. http://tcdownload.org/computer-freezes/laptop-with-sp2-hangs-when-using-dial-up.html

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Computer Freezes After 30 Minutes Windows 7

Go to the makers web site and they usually have a diagnostic software you can download to check them out. First symptoms: Chrome (installed on C Drive) would freeze ("waiting on cache") Then windows explorer would freeze, then video would cut black and sound would play a steady tone (assuming mobo Apparently the m4 update didn't take, so I re-updated and haven't had any issues so far (knock on wood)!!

superslackerMar 29, 2014, 3:24 PM ingtar33 said: mmm well we know temps aren't the issue then. I imagine there is nothing else to look at but the power supply, right? see if the problem continues. I will go ahead and test it one stick at a time, as you suggested, and see what it turns up - can't hurt, just time consuming.

As you're not using it, the simplest thing would be to disconnect it from the motherboard and the power supply.Temp sensors may be interpreted differently by different programs. Computer Freezes After A Few Minutes Windows 7 Show Ignored Content As Seen On Welcome to Tech Support Guy! reinstall may be something you need to do also. have a peek at this web-site After startup login computer screen freezes - windows 7 - Toshiba Satellite L50 Windows XP freezes for 2 minutes after clicking start->shutdown (DCOM error?) Computer freezes after 20 or so minutes

A little cleanup and ONE DOLLAR of compound later it's feeling much better and runs for the entire day or longer without a hitch.How long since you did this maintenance? so it's also one of the first things we make certain is not the issue. And run it for 5-10 tests. I've got the panel off and a fan running on it - same problem.

Computer Freezes After A Few Minutes Windows 7

memtest86 is ideal... Windows 10 solved After few hours of stress computer freezes. Computer Freezes After 30 Minutes Windows 7 But your temps aren't looking bad either way - so I'd guess that temps aren't the problem.If it continues to freeze (let it freeze several times to help populate the error Computer Freezes When Idle Windows 7 How to create a new thread is shown later on in this post.Export CBS folder - On Windows 8, press the Windows key, type This PC, and press Enter. - On

Hopefully you can find a friend that has one. this contact form Attached is a screenshot of the temps during a freeze. while the psu looks like the most likely problem, that doesn't mean there isn't a software issue at play.Hopefully we can help you nail this one down. Staff Online Now etaf Moderator TerryNet Moderator flavallee Trusted Advisor Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Software & Hardware > All Other Software > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Memtest86

The fan thing is odd as my fan controller reports none of the fans running at more than 60% so my only guess would be cpu fan or an inaccurate reading. Ok, so here is what happened. When the computer restarts, it shows the “Windows did not shut down properly” menu. have a peek here Its mainly intended for gaming but has also frozen when not gaming tho this doesn't happen to often.

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The case is a Corsair 800D. the next two most likely hardware causes are the psu and ram. You'll need to update the firmware, then the problem should go away. After having uninstalled nearly everything from my machine, I reinstalled the OS, this time Windows 8, on the same SSD after formatting it.

we'll have to figure out what specifically is overheating in order to fix it, but in general this type of thing is one of the cheapest and easiest things to fix, Need an account? CPU: Intel Core 2 Quad Q8200S Motherboard: Model : MB-750I-72P9 Video card: Nvidia Geforce GTS 450 Sound: On Board RAM: OCZ DDR2 2048MB x2 Hard Drive: WDC WD50 500gb OS: Windows http://tcdownload.org/computer-freezes/computer-freeze.html Yes, my password is: Forgot your password?

Im not getting a BSOD so I dont have a memory dump. solved Windows 7 Computer Freezes after Startup, Works Fine in Safe Mode !Help! Could be the power supply I suppose? Recent stats are that mse gets less than 70% of viruses.

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