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my pc start frezzing after about one hours

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by wanted, Sep 22, 2003.

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  1. wanted

    wanted Thread Starter

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    hi all guys
    i installed windows XP in my pc . after about one hours my pc start to frezzing and became too slow. until stop completely
    i changed the fan for cpu
    and ram
    and cable data for hardisk.
    i removed all the hardware
    and i changed also the cpu.
    but still same
    thankx for help
     
  2. mobo

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    If you shut it down for a few minutes and repower up does it work fine and then go through the same thing?
     
  3. Wet Chicken

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    Could be almost anything ;)

    Check the memory, they may be overheating.

    Otherwise I would start with the basics... go into safe mode and do a thorough scan disk on the whole computer. Also in safe mode do a complete defrag. Then I would reboot and scan with spybot/adaware and run your anti-virus program AFTER you update it. Then reboot again and see how it runs. If it's still acting up post back here and we will trace it down further
     
  4. mobo

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    Deffinitly sounds like a heat issue. Have you done any cpu work ? Overclock ?
     
  5. Wet Chicken

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    Did it freeze up before you installed XP?

    What are the specs on your computer? I'm betting that XP doesn't belong with that processor ;)
     
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