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  1. Does your Reliability History give any indication...

    Does your Reliability History give any indication of failures? A common cause of freezing is often the graphics card driver and with Intel can show up in the Tech Details as "nvlddmkm.sys"If so,the...
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    Also have a look at your Reliability History to...

    Also have a look at your Reliability History to see if it has any listings.
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    Does your Reliability History give any...

    Does your Reliability History give any problems?Screen freezing can also be caused by the display driver playing up.If so,then Display Driver Uninstaller [DDU] used in safe mode,can be effective.
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    Does your Reliability History give any indication...

    Does your Reliability History give any indication of a problem? Using Display Driver Uninstaller [DDU] is a better option and use it in Safe Mode only.
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    The other benefit of imaging with Macrium is that...

    The other benefit of imaging with Macrium is that this action makes all the files contiguous,making the pc faster.
  6. Thread: PC crashing randomly (No BSOD) by joeandmarg0
    Forum: General Support
    Replies 5 Views 1,082

    Type in dxdiag in your search box and see if it...

    Type in dxdiag in your search box and see if it gives you any info.This checks your DirectX.
    What did your Reliability History show?
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    When your pc is working,in the search box at...

    When your pc is working,in the search box at bottom left,start to type in reliability history.Ater about the second or third letter,an app will appear,select it and see if any red flags show.If...
  8. Thread: Black Screen Issues by joeandmarg0
    Forum: General Support
    Replies 4 Views 1,087

    Freezing is often caused by graphics card or...

    Freezing is often caused by graphics card or driver or both.As suggested by Caledon Ken,your Reliability History should show the initial problem.
    If it is a TDR[timeout detection and response]...
  9. Thread: Computer freezeup by joeandmarg0
    Forum: General Support
    Replies 8 Views 2,367

    The suggestion to reset the graphics driver was...

    The suggestion to reset the graphics driver was to be done after "nothing works",which required a restart.Freezing is often caused by card or drivers or both and is a logical place to start.If there...
  10. Thread: Computer freezeup by joeandmarg0
    Forum: General Support
    Replies 8 Views 2,367

    Try resetting your graphics driver,use...

    Try resetting your graphics driver,use keys----win+ctrl+shift+b.The screen may flicker,nothing to worry about.
    Then check your Reliability History for any relevant flags and info in "View tech...
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    Check Reliability History for any flags,then use...

    Check Reliability History for any flags,then use --Dism /Online
    /CleanupImage /RestoreHealth
    Then run sfc /scannow as a further check.
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    If the freezing continues,try resetting the...

    If the freezing continues,try resetting the Graphics drivers.Press the following keys, win+ctrl+shift+B.The screen may flicker,nothing to worry about.
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    Also check Reliability History for any red flags...

    Also check Reliability History for any red flags and if so,then view tech details for a cause.Often,freezing is caused by either drivers or graphic card,or both.Then check your Directx,which can be...
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    Solved Give videohelp.com a try,the site specializes in...

    Give videohelp.com a try,the site specializes in audio/video and is as safe as this site.
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    Have you tried using VLC with it's many tools and...

    Have you tried using VLC with it's many tools and options?Time spent reading the extensive User Manual wood be well worth it.Also,have a look at videohelp.com a safe site specialising in video/audio.
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    Have a look at videohelp.com,this site...

    Have a look at videohelp.com,this site specializes in audio/video and has many programmes,mostly free,to make life easier.
  17. Thread: Unsolicited Facebook emails by joeandmarg0
    Forum: Browsers and Email
    Replies 4 Views 388

    Contact your ISP and request an e-mail suspension...

    Contact your ISP and request an e-mail suspension for about a week,telling them about your problem.During that period,all e-mails will,or should,be returned to sender,The only other viable option is...
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    Have a look at your directx,in the left hand...

    Have a look at your directx,in the left hand Search bar,type in dxdiag and check the sound pages.they might have some info,or not.
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    Does your Reliability History give any...

    Does your Reliability History give any indications,in particular nvlddmkm.sys? If there are any indicated driver problems then it may help to use DDU,in Safe Mode and see if there's any improvement.
  20. Thread: Jukebox album CDs for use in cars by joeandmarg0
    Forum: General Support
    Replies 29 Views 2,439

    Go to videohelp.com,there are heaps of...

    Go to videohelp.com,there are heaps of programmes,mostly free and an absolutely safe site from which to download.There are members who specialize in audio/video.
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    Try disconnecting all drives,except the ssd and...

    Try disconnecting all drives,except the ssd and see if that has any effect.
  22. In your search box,type in dxdiag and have a...

    In your search box,type in dxdiag and have a look at the sound pages to see if they identify any problems.If not,then check Reliability History and see if there are any reports.
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    Solved Try booting from a rescue usb or disc,e.g. Kyhi's...

    Try booting from a rescue usb or disc,e.g. Kyhi's and see if it operates O.K.If it does then a clean install might be the next step.This does seem to be a corrupted OS.
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    Try disconnecting the hdd and changing the boot...

    Try disconnecting the hdd and changing the boot order to
    cd/dvd
    ssd
    and see if that has any effect.
    Having a slave drive as first boot is unusual.
    If you have access to the motherboard...
  25. Does your Reliability History give any...

    Does your Reliability History give any information about the hanging?
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