Windows 10: Windows 10 freezes randomly

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  1.    04 Aug 2015 #11

    If this link doesn't help you I hope someone comes along that has a fix or you can try your pc manufactures web support ... http://www.forbes.com/sites/gordonke...rity-problems/
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  2.    05 Aug 2015 #12

    Yeah I've done all of that too and no go for me either. Sometimes it will fine for 15mins before crashing then all of a sudden the start button won't work and apps don't open and the internet connection drops (network card crash). Only option then is to hard reset the PC. I guess it is explorer.exe crashing which I think is what a recent Nvidia MS patch was causing but I don't have that patch installed anyway. I'm not sure a clean install will help judging by the fact that others have done this and it made no difference. I can only think it can be graphics driver related but I have the latest driver for my integrated Intel Graphics HD 4600. So frustrating!


    Keepoman said: View Post
    Already did all of that.. still a no-go
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  3.    05 Aug 2015 #13

    I think that this is why you should do a clean reinstall of Windows 10.... You have to do that with all of the other windows anyway
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       05 Aug 2015 #14

    sondawg18401 said: View Post
    I think that this is why you should do a clean reinstall of Windows 10.... You have to do that with all of the other windows anyway
    Did you even read the thread? Guess not.
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  5.    06 Aug 2015 #15

    My symptoms after upgrading to Win10: after 5 minutes to a few hours, Windows will begin to become unresponsive, culminating to the point that a hard reboot is required. A bad-driver hunt did not find a problem. Disabling various drivers did not help. The generic MS display driver still showed the problem.

    One early symptom when Win10 starts to become unresponsive was all browsers losing internet connection, even though the computer thought I still had a connection (e.g. pinging a site still worked). So I tried treating this symptom with "netsh winsock reset" from the command window then a restart, as suggested in this thread: Internet connection only on Microsoft Edge!

    So far after 8 hours, Win10 is still stable, which is longer than before. Hopefully this solution works.
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       06 Aug 2015 #16

    Removing Speccy was a solution to my freezing.
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       06 Aug 2015 #17

    sichoy said: View Post
    My symptoms after upgrading to Win10: after 5 minutes to a few hours, Windows will begin to become unresponsive, culminating to the point that a hard reboot is required. A bad-driver hunt did not find a problem. Disabling various drivers did not help. The generic MS display driver still showed the problem.

    One early symptom when Win10 starts to become unresponsive was all browsers losing internet connection, even though the computer thought I still had a connection (e.g. pinging a site still worked). So I tried treating this symptom with "netsh winsock reset" from the command window then a restart, as suggested in this thread: Internet connection only on Microsoft Edge!

    So far after 8 hours, Win10 is still stable, which is longer than before. Hopefully this solution works.
    Finally someone with a possible solution, i will try it!
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  8.    06 Aug 2015 #18

    Keepoman said: View Post
    Finally someone with a possible solution, i will try it!
    hope u got this fixed

    incase the issue still persist
    did u already take a look event viewer? and see for error message/log in there
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       06 Aug 2015 #19

    slyphnier said: View Post
    hope u got this fixed

    incase the issue still persist
    did u already take a look event viewer? and see for error message/log in there
    Yes i already looked at the Event viewer and it shows absolutely nothing..
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  10.    10 Aug 2015 #20

    Was praying this was my solution too but sadly not. Even after doing this and rebooting the next time Windows loads i get the eventual freeze and same symptoms you described. I have now regressed back to win7 which works perfectly. I will try a clean install of Win10 when I have time to rule out any s/w issues.

    Thanks anyway.

    sichoy said: View Post
    My symptoms after upgrading to Win10: after 5 minutes to a few hours, Windows will begin to become unresponsive, culminating to the point that a hard reboot is required. A bad-driver hunt did not find a problem. Disabling various drivers did not help. The generic MS display driver still showed the problem.

    One early symptom when Win10 starts to become unresponsive was all browsers losing internet connection, even though the computer thought I still had a connection (e.g. pinging a site still worked). So I tried treating this symptom with "netsh winsock reset" from the command window then a restart, as suggested in this thread: Internet connection only on Microsoft Edge!

    So far after 8 hours, Win10 is still stable, which is longer than before. Hopefully this solution works.
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