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Re: computer freeze

First of all make your system clean and safe.Now open the cover of CPU and apply coolant paste in between the CPU cooler fan and proccessor and remove all the slots that are connected and clean and once again reconnect those devices,now run the computer...

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Re: computer freeze

Hi, open your case and remove your heatsink and fan, completely clean all dust from it, apply new paste and then remove your RAM, dust off that and the dimm slots. Replace the ram firmly and that should cure your problems. regards mistyman

Posted on Oct 08, 2007

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After many years use, I recently developed a problem with system temporarily freezing, screen flashing and then restarting. I have tried reinstalling the os, changing the hdd and monitor, with no change....

Try a new power supply. A flaky output voltage can cause all kinds of weird problems, but people often overlook the supply if the system comes on at all. The other possibility is that something on the motherboard is acting up, but I'd try the supply first. It's an inexpensive part, and you may be able to borrow one for testing from a computer geek friend, or even take one out of another computer temporarily.

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The cause of the freezing, or locking up, of your computer, is due tosome either corrupted or missing files. And more specifically, missing orcorrupted registry files. These are the files which tell everything on your howit is suppose to work. Basically, they are configuration files. And if thesefiles get corrupted, or messed up, it can wreck havoc.

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If it works in safe mode but not in normal mode, then it is probably a driver issue. I know that you've said that you've updated all of the drivers, but that really is the most common problem. (corruption in the file system.)
that said, click on >start>run and type in "msconfig" (without quotes)
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you have i would say a corrupt bios, if it can't even select the splash screen, i'm assuming that you have tried to reset the cmos by means of the relevant jumpers, either JBAT1, CLRCMOS or CLRCLK or similair. If so and still nothing, when you built the system you may have stressed the board fitting the heatsink and fan or the memory causing the mobo bios chip to fault or it is simply a manufacturer fault and therefore up for exchange of faulty goods.

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If your pc is well ventillated and you know there is no heat problem, it could be that there is a trojan or virus running in the back ground, so run a spyware and virus scan. Im assuming that you have tried system restore back a couple of months to before this started You may also and i suspect that it's a driver problem especially if you have updated windows and a hardware driver has been updated to a windows generic one. to give a clue as to the problem go to control panel>administartive tools>event viewer and look in all the catagories on the left hand side of the window and click on them which will highlight on the right all the things that have run and look for any red crosses as to point to what the problem may be. If you see one right click on it and click properties and it should take you to microsoft for a solution.

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