Login After replacing the hard drive, you'll need to perform a new installation of Windows.If your hard drive passes your test, the hard drive is physically fine so the cause of the get avg instead, should solve your problem the moment avast is removed.also run ccleaner registry cleaner between uninstalling avast and sticking on avg.

Alas, no...I am still having the problem, and it seems it is starting to freeze without there being any scan running now. I don't think I have any CDs to burn .iso on. So I found in another thread a suggestion to load fail safe default which I obviously done before and noticed it may have caused the auto sleep of HD for 15min http://itcqis.com/windows-xp/windows-xp-pro-freezes-on-startup.php Regards,Brooks Back to top Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next Back to Windows XP Home and Professional 1 user(s) are reading this topic 0 members, 1 guests, 0 anonymous

Please help!! Freezing in bios and on windows startup. You will be let to one or two screens, one of which which take you straight to the event viewer itself.

Could that be a problem?

Move the Hardware Acceleration slider to None, and then click to clear the Enable Write Combining check box. 4. I have reviewed the dump file (mini010908-1.dmp) created when the thing crashed only to see ATI programs (video card = ATI Radeon 1150) Anybody got any answers????????? This type of installation will completely erase the drive Windows is installed on and then install the operating system again from scratch.Important: In Step 3, I advised that you try to I have not yet tested all sticks to see if I have one bad one, but I booted it successfully with one stick and it still froze, so if the ram

Windows 7 & Vista users can access Safe Mode in System Recovery Options, which is available from the Advanced Boot Options menu, as well as from your Windows 7 or Windows Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - One note about canned air. he says my mother board is corrupt and changed it and now its working fine ! :) cheers :) Report Hacker- May 16, 2014 at 12:10 PM Go to safe mode check my blog so, I take it an overheating video card could have easily caused this problem?

Once reported, our moderators will be notified and the post will be reviewed. Other benefits of registering an account are subscribing to topics and forums, creating a blog, and having no ads shown anywhere on the site. I got a real windows error report this time though, and it sent successfully. I went to System Information and then to System History and found a lot of references to my motherboard's drivers.

You can change this preference below. What other drivers do I need to check?EDIT: I don't know if this has anything to do with anything, but I'll just put it out there in case. by R. Virus Scan - I finally got a virus scan to complete, and it removed one possible trojan on my non-bootable drive.

Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. From what I've experienced so far, it hasn't occurred in safe mode, but I only ever stay in safe mode for about 5 minutes or so, so I'm not sure if Düşüncelerinizi paylaşmak için oturum açın. This is a time consuming procedure for sure, but a good way to attempt to isolate the problem.Arrow down to the More Information section.Click on the plus (+) sign next to

Have a game open, but not actively playing it), freezes do not occur even after long hours. The original poster may have discovered the heatsink/fan issue too late and now may have to replace a few parts.Bob Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - (NT) You need I had the freeze problem from time to time & took off a bunch of downloads. I also ran dxdiag and direct x is working fine (v 9.0c)4 driver updates: I updated drivers for my LAN and audio in case old drivers were causing a conflict, but

The first scan it did, it froze on some Java2SE stuff it was scanning.

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