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Jun 11, 12 at 3:20am
I tried the card switch. Its a bust. I switched my network and wireless card and in the "bad" slot, the one where I put the wireless card, everything still works, also, the 'good' slot where i put the network card, I encountered the exact same freezing problem after a short time. :/ any other ideas?
May 11, 12 at 6:47pm
Like the use of smooth, do not like to be frozen.
May 11, 12 at 3:22am
I'll try the card thing in a bit, and as for the core temps I've had that for a long time and my temps have all been below normal anyway so thats not where the problem is.
EDIT: My internets been down for the last week or so so thats why I haven't been responding and now I'm super busy so ... SOON I'll get back to you all on the status of this.
May 02, 12 at 9:55am
Run core temp and check your CPU temps.
May 02, 12 at 6:36am
are those happening right about the same time it freezes?
I read a possible fix looking through some stuff on google. Take out the card and clean it of dust and put it in a different slot making sure its seated all the way.
May 02, 12 at 3:22am
I'll start with the error side. I have a couple notable ones. First the VSS, which is a volume shadow copy service warning.Denied access to a volume even though I'm an administrator. Can't find the volume.
Second, DHCP client, my computer was not assigned an address from the network for the network card,coupled with error 0x79
As for the motherboard driver thing, I've already got all the recent drivers from the motherboard and network card site respectively. And I do not use on board networking as that felt insufficient to me. I bought a network card.
May 01, 12 at 11:38pm
Just one more thing I can think of,if your just using the driver from windows update for your ethernet,Get the one from website of your motherboard instead.
*edit* Another idea too,open up event viewer next time it happens,look right in custom views administrative events first folder on the left.Click there...Maybe whatever is doing it will show up right there on top.
May 01, 12 at 5:14pm
Heres to hoping this works. What makes you think it will?
EDIT: Tried it, it froze within the first hour. :/ any other ideas?
Apr 29, 12 at 3:02am
, type msconfig in the Start Search box, and then press ENTER.
If you are prompted for an administrator password or for a confirmation, type the password, or provide confirmation. Back to the top
Step 2: Configure Selective Startup options 1.In the System Configuration Utility dialog box, click Selective Startup on the General tab. 2.Click to clear the Load Startup Items check box. Note The Use Original Boot.ini check box is unavailable.
3.Click the Services tab. 4.Click to select the Hide All Microsoft Services check box. 5.Click Disable All, and then click OK. 6. When you are prompted, click Restart.
________________________________________________ Just see if it still happens like that,if it doesnt than you can figure out by what you disabled what it might be.I just copy and pasted from the microsoft site.Thats why it looks a little funny.
Apr 27, 12 at 3:18am
I just checked and i dont even have a screen saver so thats not it. I haven't been on in a while so I never noticed your post. And I did find out the root, I just dont get why. If I connect my computer to an ethernet... it freezes, but if it isn't connected by cord, then its fine.... I dont get it. It freezes within moments watch time I plug it in. When it isn't, it can go for weeks with being on perfectly fine.
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