System Freez

Discussion in 'Windows Update' started by R. Peery, Jul 22, 2003.

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    R. Peery Guest

    I have tried everything I can think of to determin the
    cause of the system freez Including the elimination of
    programs running in the background, However, there were
    several programs that caused the computor to freez when I
    tried to control-ault-delete them. They were "Pelmiced,
    Daemon 32, Rundll, Hpztsb04, systray, and Explorer". I
    did'nt try to control-ault-delete systray or explorer as I
    was told that these programs were required to continue
    running programs. The computor I have has Via Chipsets.
    system model VT82C694X Type X86-based PC. Award Modular
    Bios v6.00PG. All Via Technologies. Is there a reason that
    the above listed programs could not be control-ault-
    deleted, or is there something I'm missing. Perhaps the
    additional information above may help someone solve this
    problem for me. I can't seem to resolve it. Thanks for any
    assistance. R.Peery AKA
     
    R. Peery, Jul 22, 2003
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    sean, Jul 22, 2003
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  3. This newsgroup is focused on Windows Update, so you are more likely to find
    a solution, faster, in a newsgroup dedicated to your version of Windows. You
    can find a list of newsgroups via your news reader, such as Outlook Express,
    or this link:



    http://microsoft.com/communities/newsgroups/default.mspx.



    You may also find a solution in the Knowledge Base at
    http://support.microsoft.com.


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    Jonathan Woodard [MSFT], Jul 22, 2003
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