|Help me! My computer keeps freezing once I browse the web to watch YouTube videos, start up TweetDeck or any other programs. I ran CCleaner already and cleaned up the registry of my computer, defragged, ran anti-virus scanners, removed junk and cleaned up inside of my computer for dust.|
Today, I tried to restart my computer and it just kept saying "Logging off" for about an hour, until I hit the turn off button. It then popped up with Startup repair and told me to remove any new devices that I attached, which I haven't done so..
This also happened to me a long time ago and other guys from tech forums told me it was a power supply issue or corrupted hard drive. I bought a new 640GB hard drive and 850W power supply and was still getting random freezes and crashes. Now several months later, I had enough it's back again. I need to fix this once and for all.. I also use the num lock trick to see if my computer responds, which it doesn't most of the time.
At that time I reformatted my computer but the problem still comes back. So I give up on that.. I also tried memtest86+ and ran the test several times which all passed.
It has to be CPU related because while it was freezing up I managed to run the resource monitor and the ram and hard drive statistics were still operating and showing graphs. But the CPU had no information for processes or graphs. And also, I ran Speccy to see the temperature of my hardware and it was loading forever and said "Unable to load CPU DLL".
Sorry if my grammar doesn't make any sense, I'm trying to type as fast as I can before it crashes or freezes again!!!
The number changes. I read another post on this website and it said to disable SpeedStep? Which I did.
Core Speed: 2004.2 MHz/3006.2 MHz
Bus Speed: 334.0 MHz
Rated FSB: 1336.1 MHz
Hard Drive: 39oC
OS: Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit
Motherboard: G31-M7 TE
CPU: Intel® Core™2 Duo CPU E8400 @ 3.00GHz
Video Card: Palit ATI Radeon HD 4850 512MB
Hard Drive: 640 GB SATA II Seagate