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My Games Are freezing

Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by ext44zy, Sep 1, 2017.

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  1. ext44zy

    ext44zy Thread Starter

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    Hi, Guys, I bought a new Laptop a few weeks ago

    Asus R753U

    Processor: Intel Core i7-7500 CPU @2.70GHz Turbo: 3.50GHz

    RAM: 16GB

    120SSD

    1TB

    Graphics: NVidia GEFORCE GTX 950M 2GB

    So Every time I play a game the games constantly freezes for 3 seconds and continues to be fine again after 1min does the same thing Any help PLS?
    http://speccy.piriform.com/results/Db0KsFLLBCDy0XMUsPIBvqM
     
  2. Tabvla

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    If it is new it will still be under manufacturers warranty. I recommend that you don't mess around with it yourself but return it to the vendor where you purchased it. That is a very powerful machine and you should not have any problems playing any game. There is almost certainly something "not right" with the machine or the way it has been setup.

    T.
     
  3. jenae

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    Hi, you have McAfee installed, you are creating your own problem. McAfee does not integrate nearly as well as windows defender and defender gives as good as, if not superior protection. Your freezing will undoubtedly be caused by McAfee's firewall clashing with windows firewall which is also running, two firewalls do not play nicely together, unless you know how to set them up.

    Quite frankly all any home user needs is defender and windows firewall. You will need to use McAfee's uninstaller to be properly rid of it.
     
  4. Tabvla

    Tabvla

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    Agree...(y)

    And good luck with getting rid of McAfee.... some of the McAfee files are super-glued to your hard disk.

    T.
     
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