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  1. Join Date : Nov 2015
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       21 Feb 2016 #431

    Spidergames said: View Post
    do u have the same problem?
    No, I've never had any of the issues reported in this thread because I clean installed and performed the proper clean install procedure.

    nijjhar said: View Post
    Could be. I tried to update my software, it will not. My computer is acer and I went to their website.
    Please elaborate.
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  2. Join Date : Feb 2016
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       22 Feb 2016 #432

    JW0914 said: View Post
    No, I've never had any of the issues reported in this thread because I clean installed and performed the proper clean install procedure.


    Please elaborate.
    I've also done a clean install on my new pc I've build my self a few days ago and yet my windows 10 freezes and I don't know why... Soon I'm going to reinstall it again and see if that truly fix it...
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  3. Join Date : Nov 2015
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    Windows 10 Pro x64
       22 Feb 2016 #433

    Spidergames said: View Post
    I've also done a clean install on my new pc I've build my self a few days ago and yet my windows 10 freezes and I don't know why... Soon I'm going to reinstall it again and see if that truly fix it...
    Did you follow the proper clean install procedure of disconnecting from the internet, installing Windows, installing drivers in the proper order (rebooting after each one), and finally reconnecting to the internet and installing Windows Updates? Programs should not be installed until after Windows Updates have been installed.

    If you did all that, more likely than not, you're having a driver issue, which a reinstall won't fix, as you'll have the same issues once the problem driver is reinstalled. Do you have a broadcom wifi card, as broadcom's drivers are known to cause issues within Windows 10. There was another user who commented a few days ago their issue was related to their graphics drivers.

    It could be a failing hdd as well, and the best way to determine if this is the case would be to boot from a linux live cd and issue these commands within a terminal:
    • ls /dev
    • smartctl -a /dev/sdaX (where X equals the partition #)

    Have you checked the event logs to see if any errors or warnings are occurring during the hangs?

    If you are still unable to narrow down the issue, you may want to download and install the Windows 10 ADK, as it includes performance monitors which can record all OS and user activity, which you can analyze afterwards. I've never used performance monitor and if you choose to do so, I'd recommend perusing the TechNet and SpiceWorks forums, as most who use performance monitors are IT and Network admins within businesses to monitor how changes to an OS will affect their deployments prior to deploying images to workstations.
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  4. Join Date : Feb 2016
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       22 Feb 2016 #434

    JW0914 said: View Post
    Did you follow the proper clean install procedure of disconnecting from the internet, installing Windows, installing drivers in the proper order (rebooting after each one), and finally reconnecting to the internet and installing Windows Updates? Programs should not be installed until after Windows Updates have been installed.

    If you did all that, more likely than not, you're having a driver issue, which a reinstall won't fix, as you'll have the same issues once the problem driver is reinstalled. Do you have a broadcom wifi card, as broadcom's drivers are known to cause issues within Windows 10. There was another user who commented a few days ago their issue was related to their graphics drivers.

    It could be a failing hdd as well, and the best way to determine if this is the case would be to boot from a linux live cd and issue these commands within a terminal:
    • ls /dev
    • smartctl -a /dev/sdaX (where X equals the partition #)

    Have you checked the event logs to see if any errors or warnings are occurring during the hangs?

    If you are still unable to narrow down the issue, you may want to download and install the Windows 10 ADK, as it includes performance monitors which can record all OS and user activity, which you can analyze afterwards. I've never used performance monitor and if you choose to do so, I'd recommend perusing the TechNet and SpiceWorks forums, as most who use performance monitors are IT and Network admins within businesses to monitor how changes to an OS will affect their deployments prior to deploying images to workstations.
    How to fix Windows 10 or Win 8 freezing issue?✔ Spinning wheel 100% Disk: disable BITS - YouTube
    this has work to stop the freezing... I hope this helps some one
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  5. Join Date : Nov 2015
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       23 Feb 2016 #435

    Spidergames said: View Post
    BITS isn't something one should be disabling, as it has a valid purpose, and most of all, isn't the cause of any issue one is experiencing (if anything it would be a symptom of a problem, but not the problem itself). You can find an explanation of BITS on MSDN.

    BITS is stable and has been for years, and if it really was the cause of whatever issue one is having, it would show up immediately, and subsequently be fixed immediately, as it would affect tens of millions of PCs. Furthermore, unless one knows exactly what they're doing, as well as fully understanding what they're doing, they should not be disabling Microsoft services, period.
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  6. Join Date : Feb 2016
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       23 Feb 2016 #436

    JW0914 said: View Post
    BITS isn't something one should be disabling, as it has a valid purpose, and most of all, isn't the cause of any issue one is experiencing (if anything it would be a symptom of a problem, but not the problem itself). You can find an explanation of BITS on MSDN.

    BITS is stable and has been for years, and if it really was the cause of whatever issue one is having, it would show up immediately, and subsequently be fixed immediately, as it would affect tens of millions of PCs. Furthermore, unless one knows exactly what they're doing, as well as fully understanding what they're doing, they should not be disabling Microsoft services, period.
    I understand what your saying, but my Pc is no longer freezing anymore, maybe my Bits is buggy, but it worked...
    Background Intelligent Transfer Service (BITS) transfers files (downloads or uploads) between a client and server and provides progress information related to the transfers. You can also download files from a peer.

    Note BITS is most commonly used by Windows to download updates to your local system. If you are an end-user searching for ways to troubleshoot your BITS installation, see the knowledge base (KB) article link at the bottom of this page. If you are seeking to download or re-install BITS 4.0, see KB968929.
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  7. Join Date : Nov 2015
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       23 Feb 2016 #437

    Spidergames said: View Post
    I understand what your saying, but my Pc is no longer freezing anymore, maybe my Bits is buggy, but it worked...
    Background Intelligent Transfer Service (BITS) transfers files (downloads or uploads) between a client and server and provides progress information related to the transfers. You can also download files from a peer.

    Note BITS is most commonly used by Windows to download updates to your local system. If you are an end-user searching for ways to troubleshoot your BITS installation, see the knowledge base (KB) article link at the bottom of this page. If you are seeking to download or re-install BITS 4.0, see KB968929.
    BITS isn't buggy, and it's a vital part of Windows Updates, which allows for intelligent downloading of updates in the background.

    I'd re-enable it, then disable the feature in Settings that makes you apart of a torrent network for Windows Updates. Settings - Update & Security - Advanced Options - Choose how updates are delivered - Off

    • If the doesn't solve the issue, then please do some troubleshooting to determine exactly what server and/or application is causing the issue.. You can utilize netstat to determine open connections, event viewer, etc.

    Again, if BITS was the issue, Microsoft would be well aware of it since it would affect tens of millions of PCs. Users need to understand Windows and it's components are stable, and if everyone's issues were truly Windows, or Windows components, it would affect tens of millions of other users (Windows 10 is currently installed on over 100 million devices, all of which utilize BITS, whether it be an Xbox One or a PC, possibly Windows phones, but I've never had one and therefor do not know).
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  8. Join Date : Feb 2016
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       23 Feb 2016 #438

    JW0914 said: View Post
    BITS isn't buggy, and it's a vital part of Windows Updates, which allows for intelligent downloading of updates in the background.

    I'd re-enable it, then disable the feature in Settings that makes you apart of a torrent network for Windows Updates. Settings - Update & Security - Advanced Options - Choose how updates are delivered - Off

    • If the doesn't solve the issue, then please do some troubleshooting to determine exactly what server and/or application is causing the issue.. You can utilize netstat to determine open connections, event viewer, etc.

    Again, if BITS was the issue, Microsoft would be well aware of it since it would affect tens of millions of PCs. Users need to understand Windows and it's components are stable, and if everyone's issues were truly Windows, or Windows components, it would affect tens of millions of other users (Windows 10 is currently installed on over 100 million devices, all of which utilize BITS, whether it be an Xbox One or a PC, possibly Windows phones, but I've never had one and therefor do not know).
    Bits turn it self back on and Choose how updates are delivered - is Off...
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  9. Join Date : Feb 2016
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    windows 10
       23 Feb 2016 #439

    now I'm freezing again....
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  10. Join Date : Nov 2015
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    Windows 10 Pro x64
       23 Feb 2016 #440

    Spidergames said: View Post
    now I'm freezing again....
    Have you looked at the event logs? Used netstat to determine open connections? Used other troubleshooting methods? You can disable BITS, but the underlying problem is still going to be there until you figure out what the issue is, as your experience with BITS is only a symptom of what the actual problem is.

    I'd recommend starting a thread specific to your issue on here, as well on the microsoft answers and technet forums. I don't have the knowledge on how to troubleshoot that specific issue.
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