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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.
open case and take out memory(RAM)..maybe clean up some dirts inside then place it back the memory..if nothing works you try the second option..just follow these:
Try to restore your system to when it works normally..to do this;
Click windows start>pointing all programs>click accessories>system tools>then system restore..
On system restore window tick on "restore my computer to an earlier time"
click next then select date and time to when that program works good before the error occurs..
click next then next...wait untill the process complete...click ok after finish..
hope this help, goodluck
I have sucessfully repaired three I-Inc CY199D monitors which all had the same problem.
The monitors program is stored in a 24LC16B which is a 16K serial EEPROM in a SO8 package.
The bad part is you have to remove this eeprom to program it as it is write protected on the board and you will need a serial EEPROM programmer and an uncorupted program I have all the above.
If there is enough interest I could offer preprogrammed EEPROMS or a repair service for the graphics card..
Greetings myname is Mark and I will be glad to assist you. What is happening on your friends computer is what is called the refresh rate there are several issues that cause this but it generally narrows down to the router and the hosting service he is using and their security settings I suggest this.Have him go to the website then go to tools in the right corner go down to internet options and in the browsing history click on the settings and make sure where it says automatically it is checked so it will automaticaly store his sites newer pages or altered pages. Let me know if this helps.
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You need to have the correct keys loaded into the pinpad. If you got the pinpad from some place other than from your processor, you are out of luck. They will only load the keys when the pinpad is physically in their possession.
If it narrows it down for you, Trident 3D is the graphics display your motherboard uses, and must have a driver issue or conflict with your monitors drivers, check in device manager for your monitor type to see if it's recognised.