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window 98sec freeze up on about anything i do on my web server,media player
takes about 2 min and its froze up haft to restart.all the time.search the net
it will freeze up to but not as bad
have a S2390B Trinity KT-A MOTHER BOARD 1.2 G PROSESSOR 15gb hard drive
mem three banks 252,252,512mb.
any body have any idea how to correct this

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(suggestion)BIG"B's Linked Online Security FOR XP
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SOFTWARE
Top Four Security Downloads (you must have them)

Note: All downloads above are worthless without updates

HARDWARE

  • ROUTERS
  • Netgear

    RP114, RT314, RT311, MR314, RP334, RP614, MR814, HR314, DG814

  • D-Link

    DI-713P, DI-604

  • Linksys

    BEFSR41 with firmware version 1.43 or later

    BEFSR81 with firmware version 2.42.7.1 or later

    BEFW11S4 with firmware version 1.42.7 or later

  • SMC

    SMC7004ABR

  • Siemens

    SpeedStream 2624 Wireless DSL/Cable Router

  • ECT...
  • Routers built without NAT will serve no protection
  • QUESTION: What is NAT BIG"B"
  • DEFINITION:Network address translation(NAT) is used to remap IP #'s from one address range to another range of network addresses. For TCP and UDP, this also can include the port numbers. The IP#'s/port #'s are changed when a packet is going out through an interface and IP Filter matches it against a NAT rules.

    Packets coming back in the same interface are remapped, as a matter of course, to their original address information.

SUPER SECURITY MEASURES

  • SMOOTHWALL
  • QUESTION: What is SMOOTHWALL BIG"B"
  • DEFINITION: SmoothWall is a best-of-breed Internet firewall/router, designed to run on commodity Intel (or compatible) PCs, and to give an easy-to-use administration interface to those using it.
  • SMOOTHWALL.ORG

This has been another BIG"B" PRODUCTION

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Well, usually freeze up problems have been associated with drivers of VGA cards or old drivers, eventhough your Windows Version might not suggest that. My problem was solved by flashing the BIOS. It might be a thing to consider, take care in doing it so though...

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