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Task Scheduler is doing nothing it shouldn't do. I play Arma 3, SWTOR, WOW, and many other games just fine. and 8gb Kingston RAM. I replaced the standard cooler with this Cooler Master Hyper TX3 EVO A $20 cooler? http://ps3coderz.com/windows-7/random-windows-7-crashes.php

Now click on Change advanced power settings. Don't create a new thread, just attach the output to your next post. It is also a fairly old printer, which might help explain this. I've therefore decided to start this thread to see if we can pinpoint the various causes for this problem.

System Hangs Frequently Windows 7

Windows 7 64-bit randomly freezes throughout the day (network) Started by mattcam616 , Jul 13 2015 02:20 PM Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next Please log in to reply 20 Praxus, May 6, 2013 #10 Last edited by Praxus, May 6, 2013 ALeviathan Game runs fine for me. I applied enough TIM on the CPU. Crashes tend to get priority as bugfixes - it's an easy way to lose customers.

When the screen changes, press copy. I know you said temps are fine, but not sure what temps you monitored; Can you search for a program which measures your CPU and GPU temperatures and monitor it please. I don't see the point there. Windows 7 Freezes After Startup It happens only while browsing internet and browsing files on hard disks, no matter which hard disk.

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Reply With Quote 06-21-2014,10:26 AM #4 Digerati View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Forum Moderator, HardwareMicrosoft MVP Join Date Aug 2012 Location Nebraska, USA Posts2,612 System Specs Windows 7 Freezes On Startup ANY load, and it NEVER happens. I've seen lots of freezing with some users running AVG or ZoneAlarm on their systems, but it could be any software. Try turning off PhysX, down clocking your CPU OC, turn off mother board tuning software, is it heat?

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Let's hope it stays sorted out. This happens every time it freezes. System Hangs Frequently Windows 7 A random freeze once a month is definitely a different problem than 10 to 20 freezes a day. What To Do When Windows 7 Freezes Secondly, it depends on what level of freezing you are experiencing.

I come here to share what I've learned over the years before it fades away. Check This Out Your cache administrator is webmaster. I keep coming back because as a bonus, I learn something new all the time. Go ahead and update all the drivers for all hardware on your computer including the hard disk, network card, sound card, graphics card, and anything else. Windows 7 Freezes Randomly For A Few Seconds

Bill (AFE7Ret) Freedom is NOT Free! But what I am saying is, if you are upgrading an old computer with a new motherboard, or buying or building a new computer with today's hardware, then put today's OS I say that because [modern, advanced] games, photoshop and viewing movies are all fairly disk intensive tasks. http://ps3coderz.com/windows-7/random-crashes-windows-7.php I then tried physically disconnecting the two devices.

Notebooks and handhelds are for another topic. Windows 7 Professional Freezes Randomly He began blogging in 2007 and quit his job in 2010 to blog full-time. Files are attached!

Run system file checker again and see if there is still a reported error.

The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. Did you try activating the game on Origin as I described in my second post?http://steamcommunity.com/app/17300/discussions/0/630800444079440239/#c630800444295431297 #9 ScytaleZero View Profile View Posts 7 Jan, 2014 @ 6:33pm None of these worked for read articles on the internet, without VLC or YouTube running.Ive been looking for answers since i made my new machine 2 months ago, and today I found several people blaming the Windows 7 Keeps Freezing Not Responding I crashed all the time, when I ran Vista-32bit, but now that I've got Win7-64bit I hardly ever crash.

I have noticed the processor getting hotter recently though. Matt Back to top #6 jhayz jhayz BC Advisor 6,920 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Local time:04:35 AM Posted 21 July 2015 - 09:28 PM Might wanna run system file checker just Then Gu7 and i started to experience fps drops and crashes, not to often nothing i couldent live with. have a peek here Click yes then restart your computer.

Thank you! It seems that they only freeze up on the back ports for some reason. You may get lucky and have it simply go away after an update. But what about your "system" (chipset) temps?

Having 4 HDD is dropping the performance of your computer if you use RAID 0.....better to use RAID 1 (but will loose one drive) or either use all 4 HDD in I know, it should definitely be at least a little bit higher than this, but I haven't tried optimizing anything yet. Those are graphical intense games. –Chris Sep 12 '13 at 8:09 Ah ok then about the GPU. The version that you have relates to the OEM version which is provided to HP Computers on purchase.

I still have it on several systems here. What this means is, you can walk back and forth looking into a scope see a guy, turn around, and look back the same direction you saw him and hes gone, Reply With Quote 07-03-2014,03:23 PM #7 last1devil View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Registered Member Join Date Jun 2014 Location Spain Posts12 Re: Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit Can anyone help?

So again, I am not suggesting anyone go out and upgrade their old computers to W8.