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30-Aug-2012, 03:46 PM #1
Help plz my computer keeps freezing and idk y
Help me plz i have a new computer
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idk y my computer keeps freezing .. the temp guages never go that high like 46c when playing sc on ultra settings or just watching videos for a while on my computer... it can happen anywhere from 12 hours to 12 mins of it being on.. it usually doesnt do it for a while when cold start up but it has done it before... im not getting an error message when i turn my computer back on either
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31-Aug-2012, 01:56 AM #2
check event viewr and see if you can find any errors or also try clean boot
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31-Aug-2012, 02:10 AM #3
Have you tried using last known good configuration?
You do this by hitting F8 (on most of the PCs it is F8 key but it could be F10 or F5 on some computers)
Select 'last known good configuration' from the boot options. This will load the previous settings on your computer when windows was working fine.
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