Sunday, March 28, 2010 5:29 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I have experienced this problem using the Windows 7 beta, also using the RC, and now in I have run Memtest86+ multiple passes on the original 6gb, and each of the 2 sets of 2 in place by themselves, as well as all 4 sticks in place in Ask ! click start click computer click system properties click device manager double click on mice and other pointing devices right click on HID compliant mouse left click on properties click on the
I'm not at all sure that the bug I am reporting here is related to other "freezing" issues with this OS (64 bit Windows 7). What steps did you do to get this done? Tuesday, February 16, 2010 3:48 PM Reply | Quote 1 Sign in to vote After more internet searching I found that this is quite a popular problem. The only difference being that my work machine runs Windows 7 Enterprise and my home machine Windows 7 Home Premium, both 64bit and both a typical installation.
It's almost a daily thing. If a service is active in the background when the user returns to the computer, after the monitor(s) have been blanked, moving the mouse appears to "turn the system back on," I'd love to know the solution but for now I guess I'll use the work around of disabling screen blanking, just use thescreen saver, screen blanking is of no use to
when i read your post, the first thing that came to mind is power management, as it relates to the BIOS supporting it. you can move the mouse cursor around the screen(s). Let me know if there's any more info you need that might make the puzzle easier!Many thanks,Jen Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Collapse - power mgmt maybe? Computer Locks Up After Sitting Idle I finally found what I believe is the solution regardless of your video card or system.
I guess not seeing it in front of you or being able to connect with my PC I would think it might be a challenge. Computer Freezes When Idle Windows 7 C. I just updated the ATI drivers from Catalyst 10.1 to 10.2. Seems pretty high, should I post them here?
But both systems have integrated video which (at least when exhibiting this behavior) was over ridden by a separate discrete PCI-E video card. Computer Freezes After A Few Minutes Windows 7 Lee has given you the best places to look at first and the most obvious I would think that would be causing your problem. I can say that after turning off screen blanking in the power settings that the problem has disappeared. Apparently the keyboard controller portion of the chipset will generate an appropriate interrupt when it gets a request for such a 3-finger salute.
Many of these settings are turned on by default. All of the speculation about video cards and whatever else is irrelevant. Computer Freezes When Idle Windows 10 Manage Your Profile | Site Feedback Site Feedback x Tell us about your experience... Computer Freezes After Sleep Windows 10 With the amount of reporting that is available via Google etc, it is very evident that it is not limited to X64 code.
I can also add that in addition to doing a Scan for hardware changes I have actually disabled the playing sound source in the Sound Control Panel and renabled it to Most likely this is only one of a number of hardware or software configurations that can lead to this problem, but the similarity vis a vis the video in the two I can't help but think there's either a hardware error with this model laptop, or software error with Windows 7.My reason for posting this here (and after I got CNET's newsletter), Sad, if you like the features the ATI software gives you, but it seemed to work for me. Windows 7 Freezes After Sleep
Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Collapse - Windows 7 system freeze. I no longer believe that the problem is limited to the X64 code. I have a fairly identical system with an Nvidia card and it has never been an issue. Generated Fri, 13 Jan 2017 06:09:49 GMT by s_wx1077 (squid/3.5.23) TechNet Products IT Resources Downloads Training Support Products Windows Windows Server System Center Browser Office Office 365 Exchange Server
The current version is 10.3 as of this writing. Computer Freezes When Idle Windows 8 It could well be that changing my power options to never blank the screen has done nothing at all and simply been a coincidence with release of this patch. Your "wake up" problem may be different than mine.
by JCitizen / June 19, 2010 11:49 AM PDT In reply to: Windows 7 system freeze my problem went away after SP2. I had it set to auto hide. One of those did the trick. Windows 7 Freezes After Startup That would be great, if MS would fix this!!!
thanks for the laugh of the day... I am not the first person to document this behavior. what kind of graphic card are you using? I would revisit the post 10.1 Catalyst drivers that have been out since Jan/Feb time frame.
The period of unresponsiveness varies from several seconds to many minutes. At no time from when the system was "woken up" by the mouse, can you do anything with the mouse or keyboard, e.g. You just mentioned you ran 2 out of 3 of the chips not specifically 1 out of 3 only . There appears to be the need for a process to be operating in the background, such as a disk defragmenter, antivirus scanner, whatever, be it a MS service or a third
Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Collapse - Ridiculous by GlassDeviant / June 12, 2010 1:00 PM PDT In reply to: system freezing This is utterly ridiculous.First of all, you