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Vista64 Home Premium Becomes Unresponsive For Long Periods Of Time


Friday, August 20, 2010 6:28 PM Reply | Quote 1 Sign in to vote Futuresmkt, What problems are you having with your system? The problem is not constant. Friday, February 05, 2010 10:49 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I had the dreaded "Not Responding" plague on my brand new laptop for two months and it Unfortunately it may be moving data that it thinks you won't be using when you actually will, so it moves it from RAM to paging file, you request it, it's moved http://simplecoverage.org/windows-vista/vista64-home-premium-freezing.php

I would run diagnostics to further investigate the issue. Now I think it is because I was going back and forth from the sleep allowed to high performance power setting... but it can (rarely) even happen when you are at the keyboard.  Mouse works OK.  Open windows can be minimized, but not closed.  No new apps can be opened.  Right-clicking on It does seem potentially software-related...but I don't know how to track that down. http://newwikipost.org/topic/6ezWaph8el6X9jOLj7dy66XlXNhEC7Ig/chkdsk-sticks-at-12-for-extended-periods-of-time.html

Windows Vista Home Premium Freezes

It's actually T-bird (mentioned earlier in the thread, which is how I found the thread). I'm running and Intel Core i7 CPU @ 3.07 GHz Asus P6T Motherboard 12GB RAM I am running the single OS on a RAID 5 (onboard ASUS P6T) built from 4 If I click a second time on any open program, I get that "Not Responding" error message and I have to wait about 10 to 15 seconds. Whenever I had the "Not Responding" message, I was not able to open Task Manager because it did not respond.

It was gone! Yeah, turning off Defender doesn't help either. I discovered my system drive has bad clusters on it! :( Sad for hard drive, but the system is running smoothly again. Vista Keeps Freezing Hi JoshuaM: Which KB patch did you install that caused a problem with Windows boot-up?

All rights reserved. Your quote above suggests that Windows Update already installed your dozen or so June 2016 Patch Tuesday updates and that your OS is fully patched. ------------32-bit Vista Home Premium SP2 * Privacy statement  © 2017 Microsoft. Of coarse there is also error checking and defragging as a last resort.   Hope some of this helps.

I would like to suggest you uninstall the add-ons for Firefox and Thunderbird to check the issue. Windows Vista Freezes Up Constantly I already gave up on installing new updates in Vista, because I think they are not absolutely necessary and not optimized for Vista anymore as before. The CPU is not going 100%, the disk reads appear to be fine, but then again it's like a different language to me. Saturday, February 18, 2012 3:37 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I have been having the "not responding" issue for about two month now, randomly, with Windows 7

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So anyways I'm a kid too so shut up and learn some manners. (And spelling) PS: I think me just putting windows ME on a router beats the ipod touch thing. http://productforums.google.com/d/topic/chrome/p96zks2d8Bo All five of the Win32K.sys updates currently listed on Dalai's website at http://wu.krelay.de/en/ are important security updates that are recommended Microsoft, and if Windows Update had been working correctly on your Windows Vista Home Premium Freezes Start at the first option and work your way down until the problem is solved. Windows Vista Freezes After Startup games were sweet.

There are a number of purported "resolutions" -- I have tried eight different "solutions" that worked others, but no luck for me... http://simplecoverage.org/windows-vista/vista-premium-wireless-firewall-problems.php I have a Asus N61VG with the following specs: Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bits (6.1, Build 7600) Intel Core 2 Duo T9600 2.8GHz 4GB Ram Dx 11 NVidia GT 220M CUDA Yes No Thanks for your feedback.Don't forget to take a few seconds to say thanks: Thank you Thanks for your feedback.We're sorry. We all have a problem with Windows 7 64 bit throwing a Not Responding on various programs under various conditions. Vista Freezes Randomly

lol. Then they did do that once. Certainly, use only a single anti-virus program. have a peek here Please help - anyone, and if I come up with anything I will post it here.

TRUTH... Vista Keeps Freezing Not Responding I also think it may have something to do with the AV. There is no harm in trying this (unless the flashing process fails....then there is) and since I flashed mine, I have noticed a big speed difference from within Vista.   Also,

That makes sense.

i installed the 5 now, and it did. For the rest of us here... Not sure why this worked for me, but it did. Windows Vista Freezes After A Few Minutes I'm running: Intel Core i7 CPU @ 2.8 GHz Asus P7H57D-V EVO 12 GB RAM SSD disk 256GB Corsair Performance 3 (SATA 3 6Gb/s).

The lockups stopped altogether after that. Then it hangs again. asus striker 2 extreme motherboard. Check This Out that is like using a web browser to check for an issue with your internet connection.

I am having the same problem that rapheek has but I am running Windows Vista Home Premium 32bit and I recently bought this laptop used. I have had this computer for months and have barely been able to be on it at all. Those instructions are based on the how-to on Dalai's webpage at http://wu.krelay.de/en/ and take you through the process of finding any Windows kernel-mode driver (Win32K.sys) updates currently missing from your system, Verification 100% complete.

This was the only Windows kernel-mode driver (Win32k.sys) update missing on my system from Dalai's list of recommended updates since my Vista OS was fully patched as of May 2016. ------------32-bit It's definately a Windows 7 issue, and it's about time a solution was found. close out and testAlso, while you may be aware of this Performance Tuning Guide Guidelines for MS NFS, the network adapter default settings may be different in the Win 7 driver I don't know enough to know if the problem is vista related or something else.

It will freeze under the most unlikely conditions, such as when I'm clicking through my Windows Live Mail inbox. Monday, March 08, 2010 6:59 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Enjoyment not found. It seems to me as if Windows 7 is causing these 'Not Responding' stalls based on its interaction with the live antivirus checking. Got the runaround from other places, can't find a solution...

Flag Permalink This was helpful (1) Collapse - Since you have a spare laptop by itsdigger / September 2, 2014 2:18 AM PDT In reply to: Vista not responding with a They are all SATA and I spread my programs, music, windows installs and games across various HDDs. I belive it is a Vista problem that Microsof has not solved. This month was a big issue because I had ran WU for 8 hours and it still claimed it was still searching.

I don't want to insult intelligence but especially on custom builds.   Finally, I personally believe the freezing issues to be related to hard drives. like i said b4 it freezes to somehow reload the pci slot meaning that they should try fixing that ACPI bug real soon. I don't use a network.I have DSL. Everything in this instructable is risk free so you dont have to worry about getting the BSOD Step 1: Disable TransparencyShow All Items Right click your desktopSelect PersonalizeChoose Windows Color And

apperantly it might, might doesn't mean it is, that u need to update your BIOS or motherboard drivers because ACPI somehow won't find any IRQ (interrupt request) for pci slots.