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Re: My computer experience errors, suddenly hangs up,...
This may not be with the computer, it could be with your internet provider. If you have a bad or unstable internet connection, then a minor glitch or quick loss of connectivity will cause you to lose the call, even if the glitch is almost unnoticeable. If connected wirelessly, then try a cable and hardwire directly to the net, a wireless glitch could do the same.
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You have too Little Ram. You need to Increase Your Ram to 3 or 4 GB. You Ram Controls How Fast Your Computer Processes Applications Including Game Software.
If After Updating Your Ram to More than 3 GB, You Continue to Experience the Freeze, You can Perform a System Restore (System Recovery for XP) and Restore Your Computer to the Same Condition as if You Just Bought it. However, I would Highly Recommend that you Save all Pictures, Music, Documents, Videos, Games Etc. on a 500 GB Seagate External Hard Drive, and then perform the System Recovery. Otherwise all Your Files will be LOST!
you uninstall the unwanted application if any application installed in you machine.then disable the the automatic updates. did u check the RAM version which is already available in you r machine.latest one must sync with old RAM so check with system admin
there is a programme on the pc that is not compatable with vista, this is called "hanging" this is a common problem with vista as it is not compatable with certain programmes and hardware, you need to find the software that is causing the hang, go to the event viewer by right clicking on "my computer" and select "manage" select event viewer and the software, that will tell you which programme is causing the hang/freeze and uninstall it
You get a ROOT HUB error when your USB port on your computer needs additional drivers. The print server drivers needs to configure your printer drivers. The only solution for this is CALL LINKSYS TECH SUPPORT. TELL THE TECHNICIAN THAT YOU HAVE A ROOT HUB ERROR. Linksys will send you ADDITIONAL DRIVERS for your root hub. UPDATE your ROOT HUB using the ADDITIONAL DRIVERS. Uninstall the WPSM54G from the add/remove programs. RUN SET UP COMPUTER AGAIN
If you do two of these things, such as browsing and watching video without downloading, what is the result? Does the PC still hang up? Watching Video could mean several things, 1. Is the video that you are watching downloaded to your PC or are you on a website watching streaming video? Also, what are you downloading? If you are on a Torrent site downloading, the Torrent seeding process will eat up your bandwidth and RAM causing the PC to freeze or hang up.