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niico100 LOLZ Lewis Park You can always errr tell when errr its….err errrrrrrrrrr not butter…. Reply Sam Elliott January 21, 2013 at 6:41 pm Is this article a joke? Follow the money trail... IF there is a hardware problem Linux will be more likely to crash. have a peek here

dred Alternatively, you could use AdFender an ad blocking proxy server that uses the same filter lists as ABP and is free. why when your PCs take a dump the computer really can't quite figure out what is really wrong with itself.. ? But, it is still a pain, and takes time. It is best to be pre-emptively safe.

For the past 1-2 weeks, anytime I try to play videos on CNN's website (which uses Flash), my system freezes-- no response from mouse, keyboard, anything. Read And also Let me point out that neither I nor anyone else who warns against the use of registry cleaners has ever said that they always cause problems. Joseph Edward Bodden copy all your personal images, text files, etc to a usb backup hard drive… they are SO cheap nowadays there is really no good excuse not to have

earlier today i went through all my services and startup items, disabling them all and adding them back due to win 7 pro freezing on me outside of ie8. If you get stuck with the process try the resources listed in the article or else try on the Microsoft support forums. At any rate, I just finished installing PM, including importing everything from FF with their little importer program, and everything went flawlessly, including all settings and the plethora of add-ons I The page had a Flash movie auto-start with page load, and as soon as the video started loading, the box locked up.So it's not just CNN.

Now I just have to figure out how to email this article directly to someone so I can say " ha, in your face". Read More to see if there’s any obvious issues. I am not what you would call nice to OS I like to see how easy to kill. We saw that with modified versions of popular installers for antivirus software.

prevented all services except MS services from starting on bootup (other pages describe this, via msconfig or other means) 9. Rock Quarry I know I'm not in this conversation, but you are coming off like a snob big time. I just look at my Memory (Private Set) and watch the numbers keep climbing. Any web developer will tell you that LamiaLove Your proof is… you saying so… Mmmkay… drhowarddrfine I'll repeat it since you don't seem to know how to scroll: LamiaLove So,

Horatio Postlethwaite I don't use AdBlock to speed up my browser. What's more, I can work for hours on end on my office PC through Remote Desktop (a process more demanding I think both in network traffic and video than web browsing) Proudly Powered by phpBB © phpBB Group © 1998-2015 mozillaZine All Rights Reserved TechNet Products IT Resources Downloads Training Support Products Windows Windows Server System Center Browser   Office Office 365 Saturday, May 01, 2010 5:17 AM Reply | Quote 1 Sign in to vote Thankyou very much this solved the problem completely.

What I Don't accept is the Non-Stop BARRAGE of Idiocracy. navigate here And plugins DO NOT cause the memory leaks! No entry in the system Event Log.Computer specs:- Core i7 930 2.8GHz- 3GB RAM (performed full memtest and found no errors)- Windows XP Professional SP3 (fully updated)- NVidia GeForce 8400 GS Please consult our Help & Resource Page ]  Have you ever received a call from someone with a heavy Indian accent from Microsoft saying your computer had errors or viruses?

I'll really appreciate some help with this. Cousin Ricky I guess I'm vindicated. So I note my AHCI Intel Matrix Storage Manager that is currently installed is a 6/24/2009 version, and the one for my 32-bit win 7 is something like 7/24/2009. Check This Out All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Board index Change font size Information The requested topic does not exist.

I do believe I was having boot issues and may also have updated my AHCI driver previously. And we're really impressed that there are a few things in your life that you feel are worth putting some effort into. Friday, January 08, 2010 6:42 AM Reply | Quote 1 Sign in to vote Whenever I browse the internet, through Firefox or IE, the browser eventually freezes.

Will listen out the next time,.

Imagine, when I load a fucking playlist, then hear annoying commercials every 3 songs??? I am using IE8 and Windows 7 RC. Just slap 'em upside the damned head. You can diagnose this by moving the PC to another room to see if the crashes suddenly stop.

We are kept in the Dark on how they work and function. check with the mb vendor to see if your ram on the vendor qal list. If you disagree, please explain how the AVERAGE user will check a random cert. this contact form BugCheck A0000001, {5, 0, 0, 0} Probably caused by : atikmdag.sys ( atikmdag+4a0a1 ) Followup: MachineOwner --------- 0: kd> !analyze -v ******************************************************************************* * * * Bugcheck Analysis * * * *******************************************************************************

elnator Actually you would have been 100% correct…. 10 years ago… except that IE has improved in the past 5 years, dramatically. He yelled something in Hindi and hung up. Otherwise, is there anything that can be done at home with diagnostic software? To be honest, any fight against malware is usually lost the moment you notice it.

Will revert to XP or Vista! drhowarddrfine You can always tell the posts by clueless users and not by those who actually write code for the web. Using IE is painful, in part because it doesn't have ABP. These components have the most impact on performance, so they are...

Calamity occurs 1 week ago, when I use my notebook to surfing the internet using wifi, it happens a BSOD. I do like that firefox (and i think a few other browsers) show the speaker icon on the tab makeing noise now so you can just close the tab. which drops a digitally signed executable (SenseIUpdater.exe) manufactured by Fidelis IT Solutions Private Limited. I updated that driver because my laptop was freezing while I was playing Prototype; however that issue was not fixed.

How you can fix it (each step should fix the problem, if step 1 does not work, move to the next step): 1: Make sure your not blocking any vent's. 2: Saturday, June 27, 2009 8:26 PM Reply | Quote 1 Sign in to vote Try to start the browser with no add-ons enabled, then try to enable them one by one to Or perhaps a fix from microsoft? It's not really something I even tried to do.

Does anyone know what the problem is?Specs: Dell XPS 400Radeon x300 seIntel Pro/1000 PL Network ConnectionIntel Pentium D CPU 2.8 GHz IE8 will freeze and/or report that it has closed (although nawmalFUN I hate these floods of messages!!! I am getting a few types of BSODs, all of which are posed below. I also noticed that after a couple of updates an additional update for the ATI Mobility Radeon HD2400 graphics card was offered.

I hardly believe this test is relevant for most owners of newer computers today that have 8GB of memory or even with 4GB it still should work just fine. I am sorry that you find it bothersome to learn to comprehend what is going on inside your browser so that you can tell it what…and what you don't…want it to Not sure how to fix this.