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  1.    16 Feb 2016 #421

    thank you for complete isntructions.
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  2.    16 Feb 2016 #422
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    Quote Originally Posted by danilobr View Post
    UPDATE:

    After I install programs below, I had one freeze then after hard restart, a blue screen (irql_not_less_or_equal) about 10 minutes after boot.
    Attachment 63865

    Detail:
    The previous system shutdown at 3:26:28 PM on ‎2/‎12/‎2016 was unexpected.

    The computer has rebooted from a bugcheck. The bugcheck was: 0x0000000a (0x0000000000000000, 0x0000000000000002, 0x0000000000000000, 0xfffff8008e8fc32e). A dump was saved in: C:\WINDOWS\MEMORY.DMP. Report Id: c7d73981-f988-4d6d-ad41-0ba5aa529a7f.

    Attachment 63864
    UPDATE:

    Just a final feedback on my problem:

    Finally solved by reverting drivers of Intel/Radeon.

    So the problem was video card drivers in my situation (smart switchable graphics)

    <https://www.community.sony.com/t5/VAIO-Windows-10/Vaio-SVE14A27CXH-keeps-freezing-on-Windows-10/td-p/539951/page/5>
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  3.    19 Feb 2016 #423
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    for those who windows 10 keeps freezing, what Power Options are u using?
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  4.    20 Feb 2016 #424
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spidergames View Post
    for those who windows 10 keeps freezing, what Power Options are u using?
    Try disabling C1E or c-states in the bios. That worked for me.
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  5.    21 Feb 2016 #425
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    Quote Originally Posted by ripd View Post
    Try disabling C1E or c-states in the bios. That worked for me.
    where would find the C1E in the settings?
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  6.    21 Feb 2016 #426
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    Quote Originally Posted by ripd View Post
    Try disabling C1E or c-states in the bios. That worked for me.
    okay I tried it, and it seems it was always off....
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  7.    21 Feb 2016 #427
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    Only thing that seem to work for me was a reinstall windows than disable windows update, as soon as I updated the lag spikes returned.
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  8.    21 Feb 2016 #428
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    Quote Originally Posted by danilobr View Post
    UPDATE:

    After I install programs below, I had one freeze then after hard restart, a blue screen (irql_not_less_or_equal) about 10 minutes after boot.

    Detail:
    The previous system shutdown at 3:26:28 PM on ‎2/‎12/‎2016 was unexpected.

    The computer has rebooted from a bugcheck. The bugcheck was: 0x0000000a (0x0000000000000000, 0x0000000000000002, 0x0000000000000000, 0xfffff8008e8fc32e). A dump was saved in: C:\WINDOWS\MEMORY.DMP. Report Id: c7d73981-f988-4d6d-ad41-0ba5aa529a7f.
    It's more likely than not due to drivers.... if you have a broadcom wifi card, it's driver's are likely the issue. Are you running an upgraded Windows 10 install or a clean install?

    Quote Originally Posted by nijjhar View Post
    Chipset drivers link please.
    They'll be located on the support page for your PC on the PC manufacturer's website.
    Quote Originally Posted by 007me View Post
    Hi,

    I have Windows 10 Enterprise Ver. 1511 on Dell Latitude E5550.
    The computer randomly freeze from time to time, can be once every 10-15 minutes for few seconds.
    It just freeze and I have to wait that it will go out of this state.
    I've updates also all Dell HW patches.
    This was a fresh install of Windows 10.
    Any solutions?

    Thanks.
    This is also more than likely due to drivers. Please refer to my reply to danilobr's post.

    Quote Originally Posted by nijjhar View Post
    I have the same problems but mine needs shutting off and restarting. Many a times a day. A great mistake in upgrading.
    See above

    Quote Originally Posted by nijjhar View Post
    All these problems were almost missing in Win 7. So, many problems have been created by Win 10 bringing ms to a great shame.
    You cannot compare one OS to another, however, many seem to want to do this. Please use google to learn why this is not a legitimate point.

    Windows 10 performs far better than Windows 7 in every way. While there are legitimate bugs in Windows 10, which all OSes and programs have, 90% of the issues users are having with WIndows 10 are driver related, with most a result of a failure to clean install or not following the proper clean install procedure.

    Quote Originally Posted by hide24 View Post
    Only thing that seem to work for me was a reinstall windows than disable windows update, as soon as I updated the lag spikes returned.
    This is NOT recommended. Anyone doing so will have their PC exploited at some point. Windows Updates are patches, some for buggy code, majority for exploit patches. Once a patch is pushed, by default, it shows everyone exactly how to exploit a PC without the patch (which is also why Windows XP should not be ran by anyone without a corporate contract).

    There's a possibility you installed a driver update via Windows Update that is causing the issue. Regardless, it's a simple thing to fix. You'll need to look in Programs and write down the KB #'s of all the updates that were installed the last time you ran Windows Update. You'll then uninstall them one at a time, reboot, and see if the issue is still present. Continue until the problem update is found.

    Quote Originally Posted by Spidergames View Post
    for those who windows 10 keeps freezing, what Power Options are u using?
    This would be a one off problem, and is not the cause of the the system hangs individuals are experiencing. The hangs are almost always related to drivers, whether it be running an upgraded Win 10 install, or because the drivers installed are buggy (which is the case with all Broadcom/Dell Wireless wifi drivers for Windows 10).
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  9.    21 Feb 2016 #429
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    Quote Originally Posted by JW0914 View Post
    It's more likely than not due to drivers.... if you have a broadcom wifi card, it's driver's are likely the issue. Are you running an upgraded Windows 10 install or a clean install?


    They'll be located on the support page for your PC on the PC manufacturer's website.

    This is also more than likely due to drivers. Please refer to my reply to danilobr's post.

    See above

    You cannot compare one OS to another, however, many seem to want to do this. Please use google to learn why this is not a legitimate point.

    Windows 10 performs far better than Windows 7 in every way. While there are legitimate bugs in Windows 10, which all OSes and programs have, 90% of the issues users are having with WIndows 10 are driver related, with most a result of a failure to clean install or not following the proper clean install procedure.


    This is NOT recommended. Anyone doing so will have their PC exploited at some point. Windows Updates are patches, some for buggy code, majority for exploit patches. Once a patch is pushed, by default, it shows everyone exactly how to exploit a PC without the patch (which is also why Windows XP should not be ran by anyone without a corporate contract).

    There's a possibility you installed a driver update via Windows Update that is causing the issue. Regardless, it's a simple thing to fix. You'll need to look in Programs and write down the KB #'s of all the updates that were installed the last time you ran Windows Update. You'll then uninstall them one at a time, reboot, and see if the issue is still present. Continue until the problem update is found.

    This would be a one off problem, and is not the cause of the the system hangs individuals are experiencing. The hangs are almost always related to drivers, whether it be running an upgraded Win 10 install, or because the drivers installed are buggy (which is the case with all Broadcom/Dell Wireless wifi drivers for Windows 10).
    do u have the same problem?
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  10.    21 Feb 2016 #430

    Could be. I tried to update my software, it will not. My computer is acer and I went to their website.

    Quote Originally Posted by Spidergames View Post
    do u have the same problem?
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