by Kevinmoffat » 2013-12-13 6:55 Computer freezes at start up because of many reasons it may be because of virus attack or due to system update requirement so it should be Memory tests fine, games are a-ok, the processor is super-cool (usually at about 45 degrees Celsius at the time of a crash). Both times no keys, mouse, windows button, Fn keys, etc. Post a reply 5 posts • Page 1 of 1 A Computer Freezes at Startup--How to Fix?
One consistently crashes on sites with flash movies, the other does not. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - ADHD software! I followed the advice of this thread and disabled the adobe flash hardware accelerator, and it seemed to stop 90% of the reboots. Hopefully by Monday or Tuesday I will be able to. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/251273-45-freezing-unknown-reasons
This one you can set up to run lightly in the background per the folders you choose. Puedes mantenerte informado del estado en Twitter: @BlizzardCSEU_ES Battle.net Nous serons bientôt de retour ! It could be heat-related. or the whole MoBo?Because from what you describe, this is DEFINITELY a hardware problem.
I would decline an Inspiron as a gift...Dell's Lattitude line (designed for the 'business' user) is much better. All the microsoft updates can cause alot of problems also. No problem till then. Re: Flash player randomly crashes computer 370H55V May 21, 2010 12:17 AM (in response to kevin_i) How extensive is the "crash"?Does Explorer freeze up?
Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 13. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - I knew it !!! Next re-put the HDD in the PC ant boot in safe-mode. https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/473108/random-computer-freezing/ I now use a free AV.I don't recommend "hijack this" to a novice user.
Both the ActiveX component for IE8, and the Firefox version, still bring about a system lockup.The only, and I mean ONLY thing that ever crashes this computer is playing Flash videos, PC stuttering, reasons unknown. I apologize for the generality of my suggestions, but your problem sounds severe as you describe it, and I don't want to say something I don't know for certain. It's got to be something else, but I don't know what.
In other words, do not reformat your harddrive or anything like that, just re-install Windows in place. http://ccm.net/forum/affich-43718-my-computer-keeps-freezing Re: Flash player randomly crashes computer 327 Chevy Feb 14, 2011 8:50 AM (in response to oblak24) 1) What made you decide to delete that specific registry key?2) You can try, Computer Freezes Randomly Windows Xp I used to use it. Windows Xp Keeps Freezing Tous droits réservés Conditions d’utilisation Mentions légales Politique de confidentialité Droits Europe – Français ©2012 Blizzard Entertainment, Inc.
This is the Control that works with your Flash Files for IE.Same thing with Firefox, check the plug-ins for the SWF vs 10.0.45.2 it must be there and Enabled. I was happy to tick Aero on again, though.The tiny part-nerdy/part-superstitious part of my brain is trying to convince me that it's the OCZ power supply not being able to handle Reasons unknown! solved PC Won't boot - Reasons unknown solved Unstable pc.. Malwarebytes
Also, I'm thinking of just fixing the problem by reformatting.. I've been using it for the last 7 years. Please reply with help ASAP. - JAYY. Mar 9, 2005 #7 Kirei Blossom TS Enthusiast Topic Starter Posts: 172 Sorry, I should make myself clearer.
Ask a Question See Latest Posts TechSpot Forums are dedicated to computer enthusiasts and power users. I havent found a soln yet... by Ivy » 2012-11-14 2:33 It can be an extremely annoying experience that your computer might freeze at startup.
it caught fire and exploded throwing shrapnel, disk fragments and metal casings all over my Gaming room and it was an old Maxtor 250GB @7200RPM that used to whine all the But it still raises the question, how is Flash able to crash the computer-- and yes, Flash was the only app that produced such consequences. get a handy system checker program like Norton SystemWorks (check with recent reviews -- supposedly there are better ones out there than Norton's). Report dog- Jul 14, 2010 at 11:34 AM this is realy an unpleasent problem a friend of mine has it and I dont have any clue or whatsoever to what might
The freezes don't occur at a specific time either, sometimes it will occur 5 minutes after turning on the computer, and sometimes it will happen after 2 hours of activity on we started the disk while OPEN and disassembled and began writing files to it. it might be a Windows process error by ktomaras / December 6, 2008 1:39 PM PST In reply to: It's windows It could be that a process that Windows is running Le pagine web di Blizzard sono momentaneamente fuori servizio.
There wasn't any errors at the point though. You want to run quite a few passes (may take hours or even overnight). its a cheap upgrade and worth every penny to update.