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Hi
My computer has had a freezing problem for ages - no blue screen, it just hangs. Sometimes it occurs as soon as windows loads and other times after a few hours. I have concluded it is not the RAM (despite memtest freezing), by taking RAM out of another computer and installing it in this one and it still freezes.

I have checked the system temperatures on BIOS which are fine- CPU 38C and System 28C.

I have also done a low level format - which didnt work, and ran seatools(?) to check if there is something wrong with the harddrive , but no errors were reported.

Finally I have taken my graphics card out, which also didnt solve problem.

The spec is:
matsonic ms8308e harddrive, BIOS V.100
windows xp sp2
AMD athlon processor, MMX, 3D Now 1.2ghz
728mb RAM
directx 9.0c

I dont have a clue what the problem could be...any help would be much appreciated.

Steve

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Last Post by Thinka
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Hello mate, first things first you're in the wrong forum, if you've got an XP machine then you should post in the XP forum. This way you stand a better chance of getting the help you want, as the people who can help will only be checking those forums.

As to your freezing problem, have you run an anti-virus scan to determine that it's not a bug? Apart from that I can't think of anything else sorry, maybe a bad build? If you can get your hands on one of those Machine Motherboard Diagnosis test things, that could be helpful too, they're quite cheap from eBay.

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