Windows 10: PC freezes regularly, soon after startup.
PC freezes regularly, soon after startup.
This forum helped before with a BSOD I was experiencing. It turned out that my Logitech mouse drivers needed updating.
Now the same computer has another problem. The screen freezes regularly, soon after startup. There is no BSOD, the screen just freezes, i.e. the second hand on the desktop clock stops, I can see what I was working on at the time and the PC must be forcably restarted.
The PC is an ASUS G73-JW. It is running Windows 10.
Removing the power cable, then removing the battery for a minute, and then returning both gives several hours of uninteruption but the freezes have always returned eventually.
That very logitech driver is still too old for Windows 10.
It can be assumed easily that the drivers prior to windows 10 will not work properly with windows 10.
31/05/2013 00:15:44 C:\WINDOWS\system32\DRIVERS\LGSUsbFilt.Sys
Apparently your computer does not officially support Windows 10. .
Before anything else, please let us know how you got the drivers? What is the source of the drivers that you have installed?
god i love win 10 i really do, if not for these few ridiculously unsolvable bugs pretty much rendering
my lappy unusable for hours at a time.
12gb DDR4 RAM
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