XP Hanging Problem - Very Frustrated
joe_967Jan 4, 2006, 2:48 PM Once I put in the cd in and boot off of it, it gives me 9 options to making the disk, I'm guessing its the second Please help! Since I've been sick and am really behind in my work because of the computer I'm going to leave it on for now. Discussions cover Windows installation, driver problems, crashes, upgrading, service packs, and other Windows 7-related questions.Real-Time ActivityMy Tracked DiscussionsFAQsPoliciesModerators Tip How to Fix 'Windows 7 Not Responding' Problem by suman_suman / September http://relite.org/not-responding/windows-is-hanging-while-acessing-excel.php
thanks again!!! - Anonomyous The article on how to boot my xp machine was the most useful article I have ever used. But all our hardware is good. What never succeeded before (endless "checking of 194xxx MB diskspace") succeeded this time: the repair console of Windows started up.After that we found ourselves with a dos-prompt and followed the advice Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links TechSupportForum.com Advertisement 12-26-2011, 02:10 PM #2 Wand3r3r TSF Emeritus Join Date: Sep 2010 Location: Oregon Posts: 16,395 OS: Vista/Win7 What exactly do you mean
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You should be logged on with admin rights to let the updates successfully install and work. I would like to say:When I try to reboot my PC from windows (or after a visit in the bios menu) the system doesn't boot and hang at startup. This is a discussion on network hangs and stuck up!!! My power supply was deteriorating, though I did not know it.
joe_967Jan 5, 2006, 2:18 AM I'm in windows, if I install the ide driver from the a8n-sli cd it won't let the pc boot. I like to play games, I think Apple products are very overpriced, and they are too proprietary. Click the Start button> All Programs> Windows Update. Taskbar Frozen Windows 8 You mention shutting down the pcs.
About Linux on the old machine, it's just too old to have any good performance even with a lightweight distro like Xubuntu.I would however, suggest you try a Live CD install Taskbar Freezes Windows 7 Found the crash reports, just figuring out how to get them here. within the Protocols and Routing forums, part of the Tech Support Forum category. http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f137/network-hangs-and-stuck-up-620506.html Hi Guys, About a week ago, my system started to hang during gaming.
Exit repair console.And: honnestly we don't know what did it, but the black screen problem was solved. Programs Not Responding Windows 7 I've tried the suggested fixes, and while it seemed better for an hour--it quickly went back to crashing regularly. It still didn't work… Finally, when I changed my motherboard everything came up well. This file is not the issue.
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If you've just made a change to your computer that you suspect might have caused Windows to stop booting properly, starting with the Last Known Good Configuration could help.Last Known Good their explanation I've poured over all the suggestions for trying to fix the problem, and none of them have worked. Taskbar Frozen Windows 10 I then rebooted via SAFE MODE (again running very, very slowly), eventually making some repairs and getting past the problem. Programs Not Responding Windows 10 Please contact me for specific questions or subscribe to my newsletter. Get (Anti) SocialAffordable WordPress Development.
I have to close it down and reopen it to use it again. fsboJan 7, 2006, 3:36 AM Look in the BIOS for a boot setting like "display logo" or "display POST messages". Ultimately, I had to change the power supply in order to return the computer to dependable operation, though the mup.sys problem never showed again. O.K, Also, I just closed "safe-mode" and went back to normal Firefox, tried Youtube videos and all the same sites again, and I all the videos played and I got no Computer Not Responding Windows 7
Newer drives use SATA cables and older drives use PATA cables.Note: A loose hard drive data cable can cause the same issues that a damaged one can but hopefully you checked Huge :-) - Anonomyous XP won't boot? - Performing a manual restore of the Windows XP registry Very good instructions. Nothing else worked, so I decided to try this solution. or corrupt registry files, lack of minimum system requirements, damage drivers, fragmented files or hardware issue etc.
Of course, I had pillaged the parts and and had to go through my various geek boxes to find all the missing pieces. Windows 8 Not Responding It took me forever to let go of Windows 98 and it will probably take me a long time to let go of XP. After that we did "FIXMBR" and received the ominous message that we had a "strange" MBR.
This is what happened after I disabled hardware acceleration and disabled "protected mode." Everything worked for a bit, and then went back to hanging and crashing.
Hmmmm. I changed the graphics card as per the advice of a crappy technician. The only downside to it for me is that I find myself online more than I should be sometimes just because when I used a desktop computer I got tired of Microsoft Windows Not Responding Windows 10 I know, sounds to good to be true, but there it is.
And yes I just formatted using the very pc I'm havng problems with using the same windows cd booting to cmd prompt. I tried removing just about everything, but it wasn't until I disconnected one of the SCSI HDD's that the problem was solved. Steps 13 and 14 both involve more difficult and destructive solutions to freezing, stopping, and continuous reboot problems during Windows startup. You can specify a name, nickname, initials or whatever you want for identification or if you want to remain anonymous that is fine too.
This is an odd quirk of mine as I despise cars and don't even own one.) Anyway …But as I'm addicted to my computer - the internet and playing games - You can submit that data to Mozilla and share it with forum volunteers to see whether it points to the solution. Firefox is up to date, and the Shockwave flash plugin is also up to date. Does the PC have a reset switch?
Luckily, you can also perform a System Restore from System Recovery Options which is available from the Advanced Boot Options menu in Windows 7 and also from your Windows 7 or Please Help! Repair your Windows installation. pscowboyJan 4, 2006, 10:40 PM The reference to sil is the SATA port.
Cheers--I hope this fix helps a few people! Is there a way could test for a bad motherboard maybe? If you would like to share your own experience, please send us the pertinent information by using our Contact form. This happened to me after installing a new Logitech webcam today and I was dumbfounded for hours.
Network PC boots up past XP logo then hangs at blue windows screen Hi!