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I'll check once after disabling these too. Windows update uses crap drivers most of the time. #1 Overealness View Profile View Posts 18 Jul, 2013 @ 4:13pm My Laptop is very well optimized, so I know that's not No errors came up, however if have been told that I should have windows on a separate partition on the hard drive and not on the same drive where all data I tried upgrading my BIOS and that did not work either. http://mobilethreatnet.com/computer-freezes/computer-freezes-quite-often.html

I find that when presented with the option of saving to disk or, opening from the site is given......I have no problem installing/opening the file from the site. then 3 months later these new crashes happened when downloading so i dont know what is causing the problem.cpu: intel i5 660 3.33ghzgpu: Gainward GeForce GTS 450 1024MB "GS-GLH"ram: Corsair XMS Could a blockchain really prevent malware in the Internet of Things? If you're able to answer this question, please do!

Computer Freezes When Downloading Anything

Help would be great. Should I do this? I also tried KernelStack registry fix for Norton Anti Virus 10.0, that has no effect on it. I'll see if it has helped.

How to re-watch Nintendo Switch Presentation 2017 video: Find out new console details including… 1995-2015: How technology has changed the world in 20 years Here's what should be coming to Adobe I'll keep stress testing it with downloads and such, but so far it looks good! I have no AV's on any of my computers, been like this for 20 odd years, depends on your computer skills, I would recommend you use the suggested alternatives I mentioned. Nic Drivers Then, restart your computer and try installing RealPlayer again.¬† Solution 2: Empty the contents of the TEMP folder.

My laptop froze while I was uninstalling it.Please help. Then go to the Acer Download page, find your model # and download the Audio driver for your model: Download Drivers and Manuals | Acer Official Site http://global-download.acer.com/GDFi...088.1407613892 __________________ MemTest | Laptop info required. Anyway, I often use the Turbo boost so my games run better.

See Close the programs running in the background in Windows for details. Steam Freezes Computer Mouse sometimes moves for a while but nothing on the screen responds, even the taskbar doesn't make hover animations. He is unable to play video files of any sort (and I mean nothing whatsoever). This time, the comp froze inside a game.

  • My poor old computer is a PII 266mhz with 128 meg of RAM so, it doesn't like things like video playback.
  • Some problem are best solved by a work-around, and this might be one of them.Hope this helps.Kees Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Re: Computer freezes after file download
  • Chrome has been updating automatically since this started so I don't think its a update issue.
  • Can you see your photo files there?
  • I see so many of them that are trash for anything but surfing the web.
  • I'm downloading the drivers now.
  • For me it would work to switch graphics cards too but I insisted to keep my Radeon 9600 instead of Radeon 7500 All-In-Wonder, which is older.
  • At this point I was sure that the latest ATI drivers were to blame.
  • I can only imagine that this has something to do with a service or process that ASC thinks is not required for gaming so it disables it, resulting in steam not

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I'll post updates as I try to crash it again under different circumstances. https://customer.real.com/hc/en-us/articles/204040153-Installation-fails-or-freezes Updated the media player software that is crashing to the latest version? Computer Freezes When Downloading Anything address of the offending machine. Computer Freezes When Downloading Large Files I don't have any infections, but i'll run another MSE scan to make sure.

Solved! check my blog Zombies 2 Plants vs. a few registry keys were removed, along with some chrome and IE extensions. Technophobe1975 11:30 14 Sep 10 Hi Fruit Bat, yes have tried that but it won't work at all that way. Computer Freezes After Downloading

Tumbleweed36 RAM and Power Supply Support 0 07-09-2006 04:41 PM Posting Rules You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not post attachments You may not I am going to toss that ATi Radeon 9600 card in the trash, actually I gonna litter by throwing it off the cliff from the cliff where I live because I What did the Rebels intend as the role for their capital ships in the Battle of Endor? this content Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account?

If so that is the problem. Ethernet Controller Please ensure that you have enough space to install the player. You never know.

Now you would be better off with no AV then either of these, the choice is yours, try Eset nod 32, or free MSE from MS.

I looked on the acer page again, and there's a newer version (2.07) of the BIOS for my system available, with a blog post about how downloading it and flashing your No need to mess with DirectX unless you need to upgrade to the latest version. Your best bet might be to try another browser. Killer Network Driver VERSION 4.5 is the last version of Catalyst Driver that the video works with and also game graphics.

Select the application and click the Add/Remove button. So far I've tried using the software that came with the camera, windows photo gallery, picasa 3 - each time it imports maybe 10 or 12 photos and then just freezes. Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post. have a peek at these guys i cant by that software that you recommend i a a student on a tight budget but i can do what that software does manually.

I think that the ATI driver is trying to find the WDM driver which is not there because I did not reinstall it after reformatting my computer. Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up using Google Sign up using Facebook Sign up using Email and Password Post as a guest Name About 3 to 5 seconds after the download is complete, the entire computer freezes up and can only be re-started by turning the power off, then on. Icebob Sep 14, 2006 #9 Odachi TS Rookie I'm having the exact same problem here, is there anyway we could get this marked as urgent or something?

At this point the videos played great. Answer. Solution 4: Close background programs. Join the community here, it only takes a minute.

Once restarted, check the Add/Remove Programs list again for any remaining ATI software. 5. Which still isn't fixed. I declined the update because I still use catalyst 7.7 ->new drivers from ATI dont support AGP. However I did just install a geforce 7600gs Sep 2, 2006 #8 icebob TS Rookie Same problem Hi all!

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This has happened regularly in both regular Chrome and Chrome Canary and occasionally on Firefox and Internet Explorer. with the registry i use ccleaner and use the registry feature on that so i think i have that covered rocknrollzMar 15, 2013, 11:01 PM Storing data on the same drive But whatever you think of those programs, if they work for download that would be a feasible work-around for your problem, I'd say. I am running Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit.

I also removed all Video Codecs with Zoom Player Pro (it has a function to edit Registered Video Codecs, and uninstall them and install only Windows Native ones) All I can If it does then look at your wireless NIC. AndrokillerMar 12, 2013, 7:45 AM rocknrollz said: It could be a corrupted hard drive. It's actually windows 8. :/ 01-04-2015, 03:23 PM #11 spunk.funk TSF Team, Emeritus Join Date: May 2010 Location: Los Angeles Posts: 35,773 OS: Windows 10 64 bit,