There’s nothing else it will respond to. Time to wipe the HDD…AGAIN Running Vista with: 1gb Dual Channel DDR2 533mhz (i know its slow as balls) AMD2+ Phenom 9600 (Quad 2.3) EVGA 730a mobo (running the onboard graphics) Expand CPU section. a jolt of static electricy from you could be even worse! %livelink1%
Windows Vista Freezes After Login
And after having read your post, I tried to uninstall “Logitech Setpoint”. CPU QX9650 (black box) [email protected] Motherboard Asus P5Q Premium Memory 8GB-4x2GB Corsair Dominator DDR 2-1066 Graphics Card 2 x ASUS EAH 4870 X 2 (Quad) Sound Card Supreme FX 2 Monitor(s) Helpful +0 Report Vistaninja Jun 2, 2009 at 06:59 AM Having the same problem, but only since I updated my system earlier today. Boot in to safe mode and follow these instructions.
The process was smooth, although it took 2 to 3 hours to finish.
However, it is best to be in the Safe mode when updating drivers, because in the Safe mode you are not using the drivers that will most likely need to be
Searched Windows Updates in case I missed something and even removed a couple I was worried about.
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I couldn’t find a solution to the problem so after searching, I came across the answer in another forum – try this before you muck around with driver software and system
Defrag runs on a schedule, so it can and will run while you are at the keyboard. It will also run when the computer is idle and the user is away. Register a free account to unlock additional features at BleepingComputer.com Welcome to BleepingComputer, a free community where people like yourself come together to discuss and learn how to use their computers. To my suprise, when I do that, the right bottom hand of my screen pops in a statement indicating that it has successfully installed the usb optical mouse. It may be that you need to track down updated drivers for it to work properly under Vista.
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Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories Chart For Windows Vista Freezes After Startup System Manufacturer/Model Number Self Build OS Vista Ultimate x64, SP2. Finally if all else fails, you can check the rather cryptic system event log. %livelink2% Vista keeps freezing about 5 minutes after boot up. . .
Windows Vista Freezes After Startup
I used 3d Bronz. %livelink3% Edit: Just finished; “Windows Resource Protection did not find any integrity violations” Dec 9, 2009 #3 scuzzo TS Rookie Posts: 50 First, in my own opion, ditch the AVG and Windows Vista Freezes After Login I don’t have anything in Event Viewer that corresponds to the time of the crashes. View answer Discussion is locked Flag Permalink You are posting a reply to: Computer Freezing 5 Minutes After Startup The posting of advertisements, profanity, or personal attacks is prohibited.
I use Avira, Antimalwarebytes Antimalware, and Superantispyware. Originally Posted by stoneys-nutz Hello celestialpocky, I think your right, it looks like it is a driver problem, as you are already in safe mode and it’s working ok, that tends Safe mode was fine. GrrGrrr September 5, 2012 at 7:00 pm i had same issue with SVCHOST.exe in XP.
Already have an account? My mouse keeps freezing and also Windows media player! Thanks for your help!
Emproxy did not show up in Applications or Processes, I had to click on Resource Monitor at Task Manger/Performance tab.
Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details. I disconnected my external hard drives for normal mode and it froze up. 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 Though for some reason this is only in single players games and not during multiplayer….
I did make up back up recovery disk but I have been told this won’t fix my problem. Software up to date, drivers up to date, BIOS, up to date, memory… It is more noticeable when more software has been installed. If you believe this post is offensive or violates the CNET Forums’ Usage policies, you can report it below (this will not automatically remove the post).
it be like feeding me a line of french. Can’t find your answer ? If so, run the Recovery Manager, select and run Microsoft Startup Repair Tool.