CRASHING

Discussion in 'Windows Update' started by HARRY, Jul 2, 2003.

  1. HARRY

    HARRY Guest

    MY SYSTEM IS ALWAYS LOCKING UP. I ADDED RAM AND A NEW
    HARD DRIVE, SAME PROBLEM.

    IT LOCKS UP ON OPENING A PROGRAM, WITH IN A PROGRAM OR
    TRYING TO GET OUT OF A PROGRAM.

    THIS HAPPEN ON ALL PROGRAMS, BUT NOT ALL THE TIME. SOME
    TIMES I HAVE TO CLICK 5 OR 10 TIMES BE FOR THE PROGRAM
    WILL OPEN
     
    HARRY, Jul 2, 2003
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  2. HARRY

    MiniDisc_2k2 Guest

    1. Calm down. This is a newsgroup not a screamgroup.
    2. Please list your product specifications, i.e., CPU speed and name,
    overclocking or not, windows version, ram speed and company, any other
    technical details, whether or not you know what they mean.

    -- MiniDisc_2k2
    P.S. For now, if you're using Windows XP try this:

    Put your XP cd in the drive and turn on computer
    Go to bios and tell it to boot up from CD before booting up from hard drive
    (refer to computer manual)
    When XP setup is finished initializing, press the button to start install
    Agree to the terms of aggreement
    Press ENTER to install XP NOT REPAIR USING RECOVERY CONSOLE
    Select the partition which XP is currently installed on
    Choose to repair that installation.
     
    MiniDisc_2k2, Jul 2, 2003
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  3. HARRY

    MiniDisc_2k2 Guest

    One more thing, you're in the wrong group. Try microsoft.public._______
    (whatever version of windows you're using).
     
    MiniDisc_2k2, Jul 2, 2003
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  4. HARRY

    Lee Guest

    computer to free up space and memory. Make sure your
    temp internet fules are deleted, as with your history
    internet files and also your windows temp files. If you
    added a new hard drive, that's great, but it won't help
    the locking up. If your computer is cluttered with stuff
    from the internet or you haven't freed up any space
    lately, it will take time for the computer to find files
    needed to open programs or even shutting them down. Just
    my opinion.
    Thought and Light
     
    Lee, Jul 4, 2003
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