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Re: system is freezing
There could be several possible reasons. To list out few:
1. check t see if your system is infected with virus that is affecting system files or other related application files.
2. there might be possible reason of corrupt OS that might cause the problem. repairing the OS or re installing it might help
3.there might be a hardware issue as well. check to see if your PC/laptop is not overheating. possibly due to dust or other technical reason. all PC/laptops are designed to prevent it from getting damaged. so it stop working if something goes wrong. Also check to see if the cooling is working properly. check if the CPU fan is running or not.
4. There might be some driver issues. wrong driver might cause the device to halt while accessing the component i:e network device, bluetooth, wifi etc.
So, before giving the right solution we need to know the exact model no, OS installed, and what were you doing while the system hults.
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Unless you have good / fast access to the Internet (or wireless or 4G network), it may take a long time to download a movie to your device. If the speed of download is slower than the speed of the play, the picture freezes ... essentially, it is waiting for the completion of the download for the next few frames (of the movie). That is why the picture freeze .... and it will start again after sufficient data has been download to continue / start playing (the movie) again.
Looks like the Laptop is running some backend program which could be either a service, an application running at the stealth mode, or a driver program that seems to seize the Memmory resource allocated to the Kernal. Did you try check the system log by going to Start - Run - eventvwr.exe wherein you will find two heives namely Application and system. On the second start try to go through this event viewer which is opened as i said before and find out if you can locate any memmory related critical error or any application related critical error which lead it to a hung state and a restart registered later.
If you cant find that please boot in a safe mode and see if this is happening. It should not happen ideally speaking. Still if this is happening, try to restore the OS or run the repair disk of Acer Aspire. This should resolve the issue. Still if you cant resolve this issue its surely due to a hardware problem. I would advice you to go ahead tappering the chances of problems starting from an OS monitoring to Hardware Troubleshooting as per the steps i have explained here. Good Luck.
The issue that you are having is directly related to changes that are being made in WAAS satellite signal. Garmin is aware of the issue and has a software update that will resolve the freezing problem that is being exhibited on your GPS. You may download this software update into your unit at the following link:
Sound like you might have a virus - try running antivirus program - such as Avast or Antivir - which is free. If that doesn't work, then try doing a System Restore - if that doesn't work, then do a System Recovery complete re-install - but back up your pictures and documents first as you will lose everything and you'll be starting over again fresh. Fred
The same thing happened too me about six months ago after about a year and a half of using my zen with min. problems. It would freeze on 'Rebuilding..' and then there was an endless cycle of reset but eventually it would Rebuild completely and all my music and information was fine. It seemed to be playing fine but if it froze I had to start the reset game all over again. Then the real problems started. There are a few load screens before you make it to the Rebuild and it started to freeze on that instead after awhile. I was actually revealed when I froze on 'rebuilding..' and made it that far. If you can get it into recover mode and reboot it seems to have less problems freezing but that doesn't even work for me anymore. Then occasionally when it freezes it starts to vibrate terribly and make a horrible sound. Then it stops and flashes hard disk problems. This all happened slowly too me. It really wasn't worth the time I put into it trying to fix it. My advice is to work on getting a new MP3 player. If you can get it past the 'rebuilding..' your going to have to play the reset game every time it freeze and it will probably freeze more often.
You need to have the problem fixed by Xbox itself. This is a hardware issue and cannot be fixed manually. You might have to spend some money but if you want to play games it's a risk your going to have to take. Try to not turn your system on or off as this may damage it even more or even fry the hardware in it.
I had the same problem. Mine originally stopped at 23/92 files. Then after a cool night, I started it again in the morning and got 91/92 files loaded before it started to fail again. I left the disk in and after about 20 fails in a row, it finally loaded!!! Recommend you just leave it in there and it should work. good luck
This definitely sounds like a heat problem. The system fan should cool it, but there may be a lot of dirt in the heat sink or along the path that the fan blows air. The first thing I would try is to get a can of canned air and blow it into all the vents under and on the side of the computer. If it is dusty, keep your face away.
You didn't say, but if you let the system cool down for a while (maybe 15 minutes or so) and start it up again and the same thing happens, it['s definitely a heat issue.
Boot the system with your Windows XP installation disk. When the boot options window appears select R for recovery console. Once you have logged into the DOS session type: fixmbr and hit the enter or return key and select "y" for yes you want to do this. Type: fixboot and hit the return key again, hit "y" for yes.