From past 3 months my computer is freezing everytime i on. sumtimes it will freez in 10 min sumtime it will take long time i changed ram, i tried every thing but that is not helping.
once i had got hte msg of overheating i gave to service who applied gel but that is of no use it is the same even after that. nobody is detecting the problem. kindly help me
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Re: computer is freezing
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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Hi the problem is not with your password so dont change any settings ok the problem is not your end everybody else is having the same problem, sony are having some down time at the minute to update their servers and software so just bare with them for a couple of hours and it will be back on shortly. dont try changing any settings as the problem is their end not yours
let me know if you need further assistance or if it still not working in a couple of hours.
their are loads of people asking the same question in the last hour so you are not the only one, you could try going to the sony ps3 web site and check on their for any down time,
ill check myself now and post a message when i find something out ok
plz rate this solution as i have a whole page of unrated posts, thanks
i have just got through to sony and they are doing maintenance on the network so just bare with them and it should be back on shortly ok
i just found out the network is down for 12 hours some lucky people may sign in but will soon be cut off its down till 23:30pm GMT time as im in UK time here is now 19:28 so their is another 4 hours left of down time 09
Your having these failures because you have a bad laser disk scanner, you need to buy another one- ebay has em for around $80 or call sony and pay 180. But i warn you, if your not good about the installatin yourself, you could permantly ef up your system.
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)
Choose "diagnostic startup", restart your computer and see if it still freezes.
If it does, then it's probably your windows file system that's corrupted.
If it doesn't freeze, go back in to msconfig and turn on things one by one, restart in between, and keep going until you find out what is freezing it.
It may take a while, but that is the SAFEST way I know.
I would check the Ram and CPU. If you can swap the ram you have with good ram, or if you have more than one stick of ram in there take one out at a time to see if thats the problem.
Next go into bios and check the CPU temperature after you have been running your computer for a while.
The problem with diagnosing this problem is how much time in between freezes. 18 times in 6 months makes it hard to diagnose, because you won't know if you fixed the problem unless it freezes again after you changed something, and even if it does freeze again it could be because of an entirely different problem.