U just check out that how many free memory in your os installed drive... if few so delet some unimportant program.....
in start up first system32 is running so u have any virus in this folder..........
Third-------->>> and other u start task manager at startup of windows and go to in processes .....
now u so 4 line ..... in last line Mem Usage displayed u show all running processes...... so just find out which program usage more memory... now select it and right click their and click on end process.. now go in control panel and remove this program .
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Boot into Safe Mode by pressing F8 during boot and...
disabling startup programs. Go to Start > Run (search in Win 7) and type
MSConfig. In Startup tab, uncheck anything that you don't want Windows to
load automatically. It will make Windows boot faster and use less resources
while running. This just disables them in startup. Programs will still load,
but when only you initiate.
The terminals never actually freeze as they are getting desktop sessions from the host. What can happen is the desktop session can lock up and thus any corresponding user input doesn't happen due to the session being locked up. Next time this happens, see if the server/host is responsive. Assuming it is, launch Performance Monitor(Provided as part of the Windows OS) by going to Start ' Run ' Perfmon. Monitor your CPU performance. See what's taking all the CPU resources. It's not uncommon to see unncessary programs running, i.e. jusched.exe (Java Scheduler update), qttask.exe (Quick Time updater), etc. All these programs and other unnecessary programs run at startup and run for EVERY single user so in your case, the jusched.exe runs 16 times and can take valuable system resources. Disable these by going to Start ' Run ' msconfig, press enter, the farthest tab on the right labled STARTUP is where you can disable these programs. After deselecting the ones you don't need, reboot the host and tell the dialog box to NEVER tell you again so that it doesn't alarm you're users that you've messed with the startup config. Lastly, don't overlook that fact that you need 1GB NIC and backbone to the server, each device can take up to 15MB/s of network bandwidth.
You will need to find out what really is happening because there are many reasons that can make a computer free, please elaborate more. when does it freeze? is it when watching a movie or just after startup, is it when you are playing a game or what? Many instances are Memory related issues as many back ground services may be running that means you will need to find out how much RAM you have, You can do this by Right clicking on the My Computer Icon then view the information listed this will tell you much about what your computer can do and what may be happening to it during freeze because if all are basically good the problem might be software related or virus related. Please give more details on when, how, after clicking on a program or just at startup? when does your computer freeze.
1= Might be caused by over heating meaning the processor doesn't get enough air may need to add a fun or just make possibility for your computer to be cool such as opening the housing.
2= If the problem is with the RAM (Random Access Memory) You may need to stop background services before launching a large application o game or you may just need to buy another slot and upgrade.
Could be a program running in background. Try to go to msconfig ( click on start, run, and type msconfig). On the startup items, disable all and reboot. See if the performance improves. If it does, enable startup program on msconfig one by one and reboot. to check what startup item is causing the slow performance. If it does not improve, might be an unnecessary driver for the system. Reinstall windows xp.
This happens when a startup program is is corrupt or is not responding.It can also be that a hardware is gone corrupt that is making the computer freeze.To correct the problem please follow the trobleshooting steps listed below.
Disconnet any external devices that you have added after you bought the notebook like usb devices ,printer etc.Then turn the computer on and see if the computer freezes or not .If it does not freeze then it means that there is an external device that is causing the problem and to find it out you need to connect one device at a time and check .
U can also do this .Turn the computer off completely and then when you turn the computer on keep on tapping the F8 key till it loads the advance boot menu page then select safe mode just plain safe mode and hit the enter key .Wait till it loads the the log on screen then select administrator.It will take you to the desktop and check if the computer freezes or not .If it doesn't then it means that there is a program that is causing the computer to freeze.Go to start?run ?type in msconfig?enter?click on the startup tab ?click on disable all?apply ?select the services tab?click on disable all ?apply ?click on ok or close to exit from the page and then select restart when it prompts you to .When it is booting up to the normal mode check if the computer freezes.Then you will have to find the program that is causing the computer to freeze.To do this first enable all the startup program and then check if it doesnt then its a program under services that is corrupt .S o select one or more program restart and check so this way you will have to isolate the program and then just leave that program unchecked.
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you can revert if this does not work....
As far as I understand freezes are caused by a portion of bad code in a program which causes the process to get stuck in a loop , and freeze . So probably one of the programs you have running at the time .
boot up and go to start , select run, and type msconfig and hit enter.
this will be a lengthy process, but click on startup tab and uncheck everything. and then reboot and see if this still happens.
If it stops locking up then you just need to start the process of checking each one until you find the program that is causing your problem. you will need to check a box, apply and then reboot. Use google to research items before you check the box and reboot so you can tell what they are and if you need it running at system startup. Antivirus would be a good start to turn back on first!