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These problems didn't start until I installed the Flash Player add-on and go away if I disable it. All rights reserved. After you unchecked hit ok. Sad MS knows they have an issue but no clue how to fix them Back to top #12 Guest_GNULINUX_* Guest_GNULINUX_* Guests OFFLINE Posted 14 January 2016 - 05:48 PM +1 http://mysqlzine.net/computer-freezes/pc-freezing.html

Good Luck And Sorry For The Bad English Helpful +3 Report Natural Rev Sep 15, 2009 at 02:38 PM I have 2 GB ram and Vista is always freezing up on a clue anyone? First off it started off just randomly powering off. also bios and all drivers updated through hp website. http://www.sevenforums.com/general-discussion/15690-windows-7rc-64-bit-keeps-crashing-freezing.html

Computer Freezes When Using Internet

For others, forget the due dilligence, start with this solution and save yourself quiet a few hours. solved Computer randomly shuts down and periodically freezes. In some cases, boards have been replaced by Asus, because of this. finally disabled windows media player and windows media center as recommended earlier in the thread.

Will buy brand new hard drive and re-install to that. Now I think it is because I was going back and forth from the sleep allowed to high performance power setting... Please insert a disk in Drive E." The program works fine after 4 attempts to clear the sign. If you look careful at the picture on the right, you'll see several non-standard additions to the right-click menu: "Send to Fax Recipient", "Scan with Norton Antivirus", "TextPad" and "Winzip".

Report co-fused- Jan 7, 2010 at 08:41 AM Thanks "ashford man", you gave a place to start. I then disabled on board audio, still freezing. I have found these ISO downloads Official Windows 7 SP1 ISO Image Downloads Using the link above would i be able to use the 64 bit ISO to do a clean https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windows/en-US/b0e22526-f63c-4ee9-9662-a910de1bc3cc/windows-7-freeze-while-browsing-internet?forum=w7itproperf I replaced my motherboard and i think that fixed it?

The symptoms were: 10 to 30 second freezes with constant hard-drive activity (ie, the hard-drive light was on).  Recovered after that. for the most part. (hasn't happened in a while.) So i think that is pretty much gone now. when i got back into windows it said BSOD yet ive set it so it does not auto... I deactivated all the Active X options and my IE8 is working perfect and will try the Firefox now.

Browser Freezing Windows 7

Here's how to fix it. http://www.windowshelpzone.com/thread/windows-7rc-64-bit-keeps-crashing-freezing/6.html This happens about every 10 minutes. Computer Freezes When Using Internet geez. Computer Freezes While Browsing Internet My specs:Windows 7 Professional (x64)Asus AM3 M4A785TD-V EVO main boardAMD X3 720 processor4 Gb  DDR3 1066 Super talent memoryATI HD4870 1 Gb video cardHELP!

Edited by huhugrub, 22 February 2016 - 02:34 AM. this contact form In my case, it's Win7 Pro x64, Irfanview 4.27. My internet research led me to believe that it was my virus protection software (I had kasperskey) so I upgraded to the full premium version of Webroot Secure Anywhere. The model is Sager NP8130.

How much RAM do you have installed? 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 My System Specs OS Windows 7RC 64-bit Mds View Public Profile Find More Posts by Mds 08 Jul 2009 #8 DeviLduck9 Windows 7 beta 1 7 posts Check have a peek here Report jess757- Dec 3, 2009 at 12:38 PM which recent vista updates did you delete?

solved Computer randomly shuts down and periodically freezes. Does anyone know what the problem is? If your hardware memory controller is defective or not playing nice with certain memory chips, often it's a problem difficult to diagnose.

I get the not responding status on mostly web browsers such as firefox AND internet explorer.

When i look in Control Panel > Programs and Features there are 2 Javas in there, one says, Java 6 update 14 (64-bit) installed on 15/8/2009 the other says, Java 6 So that makes me think that it's not my new RAM, and I refuse to think that it's faulty AGAIN. Sunday, January 17, 2010 5:43 PM Reply | Quote 1 Sign in to vote Given: In the PC world there is a lot of software that augments the operating system, and prevented all services except MS services from starting on bootup (other pages describe this, via msconfig or other means) 9.

Probably even 4. To try and find if a 3rd party shell extension is causing your Windows Explorer to crash on certain actions, you'll need to download this handy (and free) utility: ShelExView. Now its not powering off as much but its freezing. Check This Out So you should contact Irfan directly, because he don't read this forum.

Open it on my another computer that has Windows 7 Office 2010 Re save it with the same name, close it and then open it back up on my laptop which Ive also had random things happen to my custom built pc , such as not being able to boot up SOMETIMES, meaning i try it in the morning, wont boot up,