I plan to get a different motherboard. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? May 9, 2011 #16 Bark4Soul TS Member Topic Starter Posts: 74 Hey, so it's been a few weeks and this issue is still happening, any other info I can provide to At the command prompt type in chkdsk /r (include the gap) and hit Enter. Source
My biggest issue is the computer becoming nonresponsive and only... You could also have a look in your Bios and make sure that your BIOS is set to S3 Sleep Mode in Power settings. Sometimes I will see the mouse cursor and desktop freeze for about a second before the screen goes black; sometimes I won't. It's a bit lengthy but I believe it still applies to your case.http://forums.cnet.com/5208-7813_102-0.html?messageID=2912985#2912985Since it appears you're running a desktop you actually have several more options on the table for identifying and https://www.eightforums.com/performance-maintenance/47264-computer-freezes-3-minutes-after-logon-wakeup.html
You could restore the video drivers and this would help, but eventually you would be back to where it hung about 80 % of the time. I just ended up doing a system restore and things were working fine for a while. Posting Permissions You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not post attachments You may not edit your posts BB code is On Smilies are
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Thank you in advance, -Bark May 3, 2011 #1 Mark56 TechSpot Paladin Posts: 1,889 Had you installed any new software or made any changes before the problem started. I thought I had already tried booting with all startup programs disabled, but given what I've done this morning) see below, I'm no longer so sure. Look in the centre pane under "Summary or Administrive Events" for Critical errors in the last hour, click the + to expand it and post back the details. http://newwikipost.org/topic/9hn1pFaLIRS34WrLg0L98CWV4CC8yedr/Computer-freezes-about-15-20-minutes-after-logon.html Many thanks for getting back to me (apologies for not adding much to my system specs - I was posting a hurry last night, but have now sorted the specs, FWIW).
Mainly, I'm interested in fixing the problem with the werid freeze after waking the computer. I did find a site that told me to run the SFC /scannow command and it gave me a detail list of the process. Computer Type: PC/Desktop OS: Windows 10 Pro 64-bit CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo 4300 Motherboard: Asus P5N32-E SLI Memory: 8GB Graphics Card: Nvidia 650 Ti Boost 2GB Sound Card: Firestone Audio I let the program fix the battery power setting issue and then reran the program and it still found the same battery power setting issue.
Forum New Posts FAQ Tutorial Index Tutorials Join Us Forum Windows 10 Forums General Support Windows 10: Windows 10 upgrade - random freezes and PC becomes unresponsive Page 1 of 6 https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/508054/strange-temporary-freeze-after-waking-computer/ Go to Computer (right-click)>Manage. The only joke here is your complete lack of knowledge of the history of PCs and their operating systems.Third, the only reason why a computer running Linux and an identical one Is anyone else having this issue or is it just me?
I did find a site that told me to run the SFC /scannow command and it gave me a detail list of the process. this contact form Dismiss Notice TechSpot Forums Forums Community Ask a Question Today's Posts Computer freezes after I wake itup ByBark4Soul · 21 replies May 3, 2011 Post New Reply I don't know how Maybe throw it out to the members/readers and maybe I'll get something or maybe you'll have an idea or two. It also mentioned that it found some corrupt files and couldn't fix them.
I don't know if that's a problem or not. I noticed that it mentioned something about PROCESSOR_ARCHITECTURE and AMD64, which is weird because I have an Intel processor. Every other incident could be traced to one of four things:1) Outdated drivers, most commonly audio, video or DirectX (I include DirectX in this though it is not necessarily a driver, have a peek here I have checked my device manager and everything is OK and no yellow warning marks.
Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - All different kinds of issues by DDRDiesel / May 28, 2010 10:48 AM PDT In reply to: Why does my Windows 7 system I now put the PC to sleep whenever I will not be using it for more then a very short time. Flag Permalink This was helpful (3) Collapse - Buy a MAC; what a joke by andyslaptop / June 11, 2010 6:17 PM PDT In reply to: Windows 7 & system freeze.
A hard restart is required to get it back working. I just ended up doing a system restore and things were working fine for a while. Remember the easy work around is to disable Hibernation. At this point I am not sure what to do.
If your processor or computer has a NVIDIA graphics card, make sure you have the latest updates installed. Flag Permalink This was helpful (4) Collapse - Mac is NOT a Linux distro by GlassDeviant / June 12, 2010 1:32 PM PDT In reply to: Buy a MAC; what a Ctrl-Alt-Delete doesn't do anything - but the hard drive light still flashes, as if Windows is still running. (The error logs don't *seem* to show anything out of the ordinary, other http://fixmyacer.com/computer-freezes/computer-just-freezes.html Good Luck!
Unfortunately this is most likely the very common case of bad hardware. You can also hear the disk drive go on and off. Make sure did update all system drivers from PC manufacturer's site and if they do have them.Disable sleep and hibernate for now if using as already recommended use Power option, high If this doesn't work then it may be time to go down a different route.