Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Need more help, please by 123oaktree / October 30, 2009 3:50 AM PDT In reply to: Power Settings Changing the Power Setting to Report sergeant805- Nov 9, 2009 at 02:04 AM I had the same problem after uploading some recent updates on Vista. Look through the numbers listed in the CPU column. Reset the Clock on my CPU.All updates etc installed. Source
It was locking up a couple of times an hour even when idle. It too had been freezing after being on for only 10 minutes or as long as a couple of hours. Turn on the computer. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Vista freezes for 10 minutes by RGare / June 22, 2007 1:30 AM PDT In reply to: Vista freezes every 1 or 2 https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_vista-update/windows-vista-keeps-freezing-not-responding-and/ed9f63bf-3a1d-4924-9bdf-02a8d8d7ca4c
Reviewed all system options and found nothing out of place, then read something in an internet discussion web site about power settings, something about changing from balanced to performance power settings, It has Vista. Melde dich an, um dieses Video zur Playlist "Später ansehen" hinzuzufügen.
Step 1: Unlocking your computer Use the steps in this section to try and close the blue screen error or frozen software program: Before continuing, unplug all network cables from the How To Stop Windows Vista From Freezing So John im asking you to make me a favour?!could you check the mainboard on internet and tell me what should i do.. It has useful information in determining when you began having issues. http://ccm.net/forum/affich-30910-vista-freezes-up-all-the-time Remove unused files with Disk Cleanup.
When you say freezing do you mean the mouse and keyboard are unresponsive and the only way of getting the computer to reboot is to hold down the power button? Windows Vista Home Premium Freezes If an error message opens with the lock-up, write the error message down exactly as it appears. I got performance score of 4.1 but it just kept freezing for a min or two every few second. So I moved to Vista 64 and had the freeze problem again.
It makes me mad bc sometimes they work and sometimes it doesnt. this contact form If you find a number is getting larger, watch the number for 10 seconds or more to ensure it does not decrease. Back to top #5 itsdigger itsdigger Members 9 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Chicago Local time:07:59 PM Posted 17 July 2014 - 11:47 PM After six years I have to ask if by dr1v3ryan / May 3, 2008 3:37 AM PDT In reply to: It's a Logitech Setpoint issue... Why Does My Windows Vista Keep Freezing
or has there been any updates that came in ahead of this issue like from Microsoft or any program that may auto update??you said you changed out you psu why? It could also be an overheating problem. Yeah, you are probably right there. http://flashcodehacks.com/windows-vista/vista-repair.html Ask the community!
Thank you for helping us maintain CNET's great community. Windows Vista Freezes After Login I have done everything from cleaning the fan, installing new drivers, replacing memory, deleting programs, booting in safe mode, virus software, removing eveythng from start up, you name it but nothing and then I set the power plan to high performance mode and then set the "hard disk tun off after" to "never" state, in the advance power management setting , And
But, the funny thing was that the majority of the affected devices where ones using Setpoint.Anyways figured I'd be mister obvious. Some 3rd party applications will add their own "action" to this menu, and this can cause problems. I tried the drivers and it didnt work. Vista Freezes After A Few Minutes another quadcore and a custom build.
All lights on the mouse and keyboard turn off, the sound turns off, the picture on the monitor freezes, etc. My tool bar freezes and I can't launch anything new, but the current program that is already open, runs fine. You didn't actually say what you meant by freezing up either so I must also add the bit about turning off Hardware Acceleration on Flash Player. Check This Out im going back to good old XP....
I mean when I first upgraded to vista my mx700 optical mouse worked. If Windows becomes active again, the problem is related to software. It will let you view & disable shell extensions. Troubleshooting is completed.
Could be wrong though. -Noxz Reports: · Posted 5 years ago Top Xhi Posts: 6298 This post has been reported. I suggest making sure you have all windows update, the latest versions of drivers for all of your devices, defragment your HD's, do a disk error check, and run a scan Wird geladen... I've read all the replies but it seems to be mostly people restating the same problem rather than any solutions.
Use the section Step 1: Unlocking your computer to regain control of your computer. Please try the request again. Then (because some software didn't worket at all I turned back to XP x64 and had no problems until I got a virus XD. The computer restarts automatically after the restoration completes.
Once reported, our moderators will be notified and the post will be reviewed. Can you maybe specify some rough specs about your components... Before you begin Before troubleshooting, check the following items to find additional help for more specific lockup symptoms: If the computer locks up at random times or shortly after the computer Answer me help!!!
I even tried to unplugg and replugg the mouse usb port. Step 7: Recovering the computer If the other steps in this document failed to resolve the issue, recover all software on the computer back to its original configuration using HP System Follow the software manufacturer instructions on the Web site. Everyone with a computer should back his system up to an external hard drive regularly.