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if i calculated right, i got the error 57 times!. I have never got a BSOD. W8 is more secure than W7 and that is reason alone to go with it. A HP Pavillon Mediacenter PC. weblink

That's the legal side - and one of the "terms of use" in the License Agreement you agreed to abide by when you originally continued to use the software on the Equipment: Intel Q9550 (Core 2 Quad, 2.83Ghz) Gigabyte EP45-UD3LR G.Skill 4GB (2GB x2) 1066Mhz DDR2 SDRAM Zotac Nvidia Geforce GTX 295 (Single-board) Western Digital Caviar Green 1TB Western Digital Caviar Green You may find other programs may have a similar problems. It’s the normal error message format utilized by Microsoft Windows and other Microsoft Windows compatible applications and driver manufacturers.

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Some programs just don't run well with Windows 7 64-bit and end up causing a lot of grief. Several functions may not work. Sunday, August 05, 2007 12:28 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Olorin's suggestion about going into msconfig appears to be the winner.  I went and disabled all non MS/Intel/HP stuff, which Enjoy!

I do like the status quo. Now click on Change advanced power settings. It's best to get one from that list. http://www.1fix.org/Vista_Ultimate_64_Sp1_Random_Hangsfreezes.html Regards, Stephen Reply With Quote 07-03-2014,04:21 PM #11 last1devil View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Registered Member Join Date Jun 2014 Location Spain Posts12 Re: Windows 7

Adjust Power Settings Windows 7 has some advanced power settings that can also cause more problems than provide benefit! I don't know if this will help anyone else, but I'll give all the steps I was given and what eventually worked.   Gateway customer service asked me to do the I still have it on several systems here. Bill (AFE7Ret) Freedom is NOT Free!

It now seems to work just fine! I learned something from you guys! Failed hardware OR incompatibility/Conflicts with vista and your hardware. (this is the most likely explanation, not the definate one) Assuming you know that your hardware has not failed (this is quite I'm new here.

It's against the forum rules to assist with pirated software. - John Microsoft MVP - Windows Experience ( http://www.carrona.org/ ) **If you need a more detailed explanation, please ask for it. have a peek at these guys This fixed my problems COMPLETELY.   Any motherboard older than around 6 months might well have compatibility issues with vista. I've had some people's computers freeze 10 to 20 times a day! and wait for the scan to finish.

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check over here I also use a FoxConn MB which is known to cause some of these freezing issues.   Here are some ideas to try and some ideas from other forums:   If

Ive also run virus checks and nothing. For me, updating to official foxconn drivers certainly helped to stop the freezing. Windows update is a vital procedure to fix Vista Ultimate 64 Sp1 Random Hangsfreezes problem. 1) Start your computer and log on for an administrator.2) Click on the Start button then

One day, I happened to notice defrag running in the background using about  25% CPU, but very little hard disk activity through Reliability and Performance Monitor (RPM).  I had RPM up

Don't have an account yet? For example, one client had an issue where the DRAM frequency of his memory was 1333, but the motherboard documentation recommended 1066. I come here to share what I've learned over the years before it fades away. What Cause "Vista Ultimate 64 Sp1 Random Hangsfreezes" ?

This is most likely due to Vistas new way of handling hardware which is very different from that of XP.   WARNING - This is not to be taken lightly - I believe the problem to be a driver issue, as I'm sure if it was a hardware issue, the problem would've still occurred in Safe Mode. When checking the memory, there are a couple of things you have to look at. http://sortoutlookemail.com/vista-ultimate/vista-ultimate-random-bsod-storport-adt-security.html SIGN UP FOR DAILY EMAIL NEWSLETTERCONNECT WITH US About Help Desk GeekWelcome to Help Desk Geek- a blog full of help desk tips for IT Professionals.

but we couldn't get it to work. -As mentioned before, we pulled the memory out to ensure not static charge. -Finally (this seems to be what did the trick), we went Click Start button, and type windows update from the searching box. Go ahead and try to reboot your computer and see if the issue has been resolved. Aggravating Error 000000007 being got rid of.checksum error defaults loaded -- Useful? / Could I Troubleshoot It?Thanks God!

Usually Microsoft will package up all these hotfixes into a service pack, but since the release of SP1, there hasn't been another release, so you'll have to manually find and install under Windows operating system.Great post: Refreshing An Unexpected Network Error Occurred Xp in Windows operating system.Get Get Rid Of Low Disk Space Message In Windows Xp in Windows 7? I'm thinking maybe I need Laplinks' Self Erase to claim back space from deleted files that weren't fully deleted. I would appreciate any input you have gotten thus far as to what the problem might be and how to correct it.

Heat is not a problem however it did blue screen once due to a power distribution issue....more on that later. I'm sure there are many more, so if your computer is freezing and none of these solutions solved your problem, post your computer specs and any other relevant details here and That said, I do know many Windows 8 users who, unlike me, pushed through the learning curve, and sooner than they expected, actually got used to using the new UI - I've got to put in a good plug for Gateway's customer support...

It's also a good idea to go ahead and update the BIOS to the latest version, especially if you're running Windows 7 64-bit. What sounds different from the above. For example, you can change the time to turn off the hard disks to a much longer time. And the whole system freezes.

Let's hope it stays sorted out.